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Follow the links to the best-selling Boom, Bust & Echo books (Entre le Boom et l'Écho en français), or find out more about the author, Professor David K. Foot, his keynote presentations, conference seminars and workshops, and demographic consulting.
Michael Adams on Boom, Bust and Echo: How to Profit from the Coming Demographic Shift (Literary Review of Canada, December 2015)
The Boomer Shift: David K. Foot on where an aging Canada is headed (The Globe and Mail, November 13, 2015)
We asked 10 Canadian economics experts: David K. Foot (The Globe and Mail, September 17, 2015)
Government spending can't solve Canada's demographic problems (The Globe and Mail, June 11, 2015)
The Business of People (Interview on Green Majority Radio, February 2015)
A tip of the hat to Prof. Piketty (The Globe and Mail, December 29, 2014)
David K. Foot : «Il n’y aura pas de pénurie de main-d'oeuvre» Q & R avec David K. Foot, Professeur au Département d'Économie à l'Université de Toronto
(Premiéres en Affaires, Octobre – Novembre 2014)
An Older, Wiser World: Some Economic Consequences of Population Aging
(Public Policy & Aging Report, Spring 2013, p. 31)
Retirement Savings in Canada: A Slow and Steady Crisis on the Horizon. PSD in Conversation with David Foot (Public Sector Digest, Winter 2013, pp. 40-42)
The destiny of demographic change (Policy Options, April-May, 2013, 55-57)
Demographics and the economy: An interview with David K. Foot
(Investments & Wealth Monitor, January/February 2013, pp. 10-12, 31)
The long goodbye: demographer David K. Foot on Canada's retirement 'boom'
(The Canadian Press, May 29, 2012)
Boom, Bust and Echocardiogram (The Health Professional, May 2011)
Number of births up for sixth year in a row (The London Free Press, April 27, 2011)
demographic trends and their effects
(HR Professional, February/March 2009)
The Economic Impact of Changing Demographics: An Interview with David K. Foot (Investments & Wealth Monitor, January/February 2009)
The Bust Generation (Profit Magazine Meet the Experts Video Interview, January 2009)
Look at Canadian population pyramids from 1871-2051.