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Joel Kotkin

Joel Kotkin is a City Journal contributing editor. Described by the New York Times as America’s “über-geographer,” he has, for more than three decades, been one of the nation’s most prolific journalists.

Kotkin is a contributor to Forbes.com, a distinguished presidential fellow in urban futures at Chapman University, and the executive director of the Houston-based Center for Opportunity Urbanism. A respected futurist, he consults for leading economic-development organizations, private companies, regions, and cities. Kotkin lectures widely in the U.S. and worldwide and is sought after as a speaker by major business and financial organizations. He is executive editor of NewGeography.com. Kotkin’s books include The City: A Global History (2006), The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050 (2011), and The New Class Conflict (2014). In 2010, he won the Gene Burd Award for best urban reporting. Kotkin holds a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley.


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  • The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050, The Penguin Press, February 2010
  • The City: A Global History, Modern Library, October 2006
  • The New Geography, Random House, October 2001
  • Tribes, Random House, April 1994

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