Third Demographics of Wealth Essay Premiers in New York Times
The decline of the white working class over the past 25 years was unique among groups of families defined by race and class. The New York Times showcased this and other findings from the third and final essay in the Demographics of Wealth series.
Financial Crisis Retrospectives Highlight Center Research
Center research finds that the recovery of household balance sheets following the Great Recession has been uneven. Coverage by the BBC, St. Louis Public Radio, and the New York Times pair Demographics of Wealth findings with lived experiences.
Second Demographics of Wealth Essay Receives Widespread Media Coverage
The second essay in the Demographics of Wealth series was covered by The New York Times, Bloomberg, WSJ, CNN Money, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and Daily Mail, among others. The coverage highlighted the essay’s main finding that the 1980s generation is at greatest risk of becoming a “lost generation” in terms of wealth accumulation.
Center Report on Racial Disparities in Student Loan Debt Covered by Reuters
Visiting Scholar Fenaba Addo’s In the Balance report served as a fact base for an article in Reuters. Addo’s research findings showed that rising college costs may prolong the “long unstable and fragile position of the black middle class”.
New Demographics of Wealth Essay Picked Up by CNN Money and WSJ
The first of three new essays in the popular Demographics of Wealth series was featured by both CNN Money and WSJ in early March. Both articles highlight how “inherited” demographic traits—age, race, and (new to this series) parental education—can provide headwinds or tailwinds to adult financial outcomes. Read more at: