October 23, 2014
 

UCSUR
3343 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

412-624-5442
412-624-4810 fax
Email

UCSUR Overview UCSUR News Blog

March 31, 2011

Key Metrics About Pittsburgh: Doug Heuck interviewed by The American Entrepreneur, Ron Morris

Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 08:15 am ET

Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Why Is It Important To Understand The City In Which You Live and Work?


Doug Heuck, Director of PittsburghToday.org and Pittsburgh Quarterly, is interviewed by The American Entrepreneur, Ron Morris.

Listen to the interview here at taeradio.com.
You can also listen via TalkShoe.

"Think about the city you call home. It may be where you reside, or where you work, but how much do you know about your city? You may know some history and some neat trivia, but do you know about the key metrics that make your city thrive, or the benchmarks that your city should attain to grow so that you, in turn, can prosper? Doug Heuck of Pittsburgh Quarterly thinks you should, and using the Steel City as an example, he talks with The American Entrepreneur, Ron Morris, about the metrics that make Pittsburgh tick, and what the city needs to do to return to prominence."

Permalink


March 13, 2011

Census Figures: Chris Briem in the Beaver County Times

Posted on Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 04:35 pm ET

Sunday, March 13, 2011
Mixed message revealed in census figures
by Michael Pound, Beaver County Times


Regional Economist, Chris Briem, is quoted regarding Census trends.

"We see slow-to-moderate growth, and we see that continuing for the next 10 years or longer. No one's ever going to mistake Pittsburgh for Phoenix, but we're finally going to start to come back."

Permalink


March 10, 2011

Pittsburgh Population Decrease: Chris Briem on DUQ 90.5FM

Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 09:18 am ET

Wednesday, March 10, 2011
U.S. Census Reports Pittsburgh Population Decrease
DUQ 90.5FM


Regional Economist, Chris Briem, interviewed on WDUQ 90.5FM

"The job loss here, the loss of heavy industry here, was about as extreme as you would find even by Rust Belt standards. So I think a lot of those long term demographic trends are impacting us more than elsewhere."

Permalink


March 10, 2011

Population Down, Outlook Up: Chris Briem Quoted in the Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 07:54 am ET

Wednesday, March 10, 2011
Census: Western Pa. population down, but outlook up
By Brian Bowling. Pittsburgh Tribune Review


Regional Economist, Chris Briem, is quoted regarding counnty population Loss.

"A lot of the population lost in the region and in (Allegheny) county was in the early part of the decade."

Permalink


March 10, 2011

Populatoin Loss Slows: Chris Briem Quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 07:51 am ET

Wednesday, March 10, 2011
Pittsburgh region's population loss slows slightly in 10 years
By Rich Lord, Joe Smydo and Len Barcousky, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Regional Economist, Chris Briem, is quoted regarding Pittsburgh Population Loss.

"The numbers suggest that Pittsburghers are leaving the city but remaining in the region."

Permalink


March 08, 2011

Growth Year for Pittsburgh: Chris Briem Quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Posted on Tuesday, March 08, 2011 at 12:16 pm ET

Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Population estimates see growth year for Greater Pittsburgh
By Rich Lord, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Regional Economist, Chris Briem, is quoted regarding Pittsburgh Population Growth.

"If you're just comparing trends over a 10-year period, you're missing what may be happening year over year."

Permalink


March 08, 2011

Bucking Population Trend Decline: Chris Briem Quoted in the Valley News Dispatch

Posted on Tuesday, March 08, 2011 at 10:31 am ET

Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Butler County bucks Alle-Kiski Valley population trend decline
By Michael Aubele, Valley News Dispatch


Regional Economist, Chris Briem, is quoted regarding Butler County Population changes.

"A 'big chunk' of the population that moved into Butler County migrated from neighboring counties."

Permalink


March 07, 2011

Census Shows Population Gains: Chris Briem Quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Posted on Monday, March 07, 2011 at 09:24 am ET

Monday, March 7, 2011
Census figures show population gains in 4 counties
By Rich Lord, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Regional Economist, Chris Briem, provides insight regarding population growth in the Pittsburgh Area.

"I'm quite sure, given the numbers, that there's at least another year of net population migration into the region, following a similar trend from 2008 to 2009 in which more people moved into the region than out."

Permalink


UCSUR News RSS Feed

UCSUR

Archives

A University of Pittsburgh Interdisciplinary Research Center
© 1995-2014 University of Pittsburgh