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Timothy Hogan

Timothy Hogan

Director, Professor, Economics, Seidman Institute, Center for Business Research

tim.hogan@ASU.Edu

480-965-5463

Center for Business Research
Arizona State University
POB 874406
Tempe, AZ 85287
USA

Titles

  • Director, Professor, Economics, Seidman Institute, Center for Business Research

Journal Articles

1996

Hogan, T. D. and D. Steinnes. 1996. Arizona Sunbirds and Minnesota Snowbirds: two species of the elderly seasonal migrant genus.. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 129-140.

1995

McHugh, K. E., T. D. Hogan and S. K. Happel. 1995. Multiple residence and cyclical migration: A life course perspective. The Professional Geographer 47(3):251-267. DOI: 10.1111/j.0033-0124.1995.00251.x. (link )

1994

Hogan, T. D. and D. Steinnes. 1994. Toward an understanding of elderly seasonal migration using origin-based data.. Research on Aging 463-475.

1993

Hogan, T. D. and D. Steinnes. 1993. Take the money and sun; elderly migration as a consequence of gains in unaffordable housing markets.. Journal of Gerontology

1988

Happel, S. K., T. D. Hogan and E. Pflanz. 1988. The economic impact of elderly winter residents in the Phoenix area.. Research on Aging 10(1):117-133. DOI: 10.1177/0164027588101006. (link )

Hogan, T. D. 1988. The effects of growth on local inflation rates. Annals of Regional Science 70-80.

Posters

2000

Nelson, A. L., S. L. Harlan, T. D. Hogan, T. R. Rex, E. J. Hackett, B. Bolin, E. Sadalla, K. Pijawka, E. K. Burns and A. M. Kirby. 2000. Phoenix area social survey. Poster presented at 19 January 2000, CAP LTER Second Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link )

1999

Becker, T., M. B. Ormiston and T. D. Hogan. 1999. The economic value of living near open space. Poster presented at the 22 January 1999, CAP LTER First Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe.