Research Publications

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Imagine all the People - Haitian

N/A Neighborhoods

Jun 01 2009 Publication Date

"imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life. This recently updated profile contains the new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language
Imagine all the People - Foreign Born (Spanish)

N/A Neighborhoods

Jun 01 2009 Publication Date

Produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority's Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians this is the introduction to the "imagine all the people" series that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural, and economic life. This recently updated profile contains new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language
Imagine all the People - Brazilian

N/A Neighborhoods

Jun 01 2009 Publication Date

"imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life. This recently updated profile contains the new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language
Imagine all the People - Dominican

N/A Neighborhoods

Jun 01 2009 Publication Date

"imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life.


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language
Imagine all the People - Dominican (Spanish)

N/A Neighborhoods

Jun 01 2009 Publication Date

This recently updated profile contains the new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses. "imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life.


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language
Imagine all the People - Hispanic

N/A Neighborhoods

Jun 01 2009 Publication Date

Produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority's Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians this is a profile of the Hispanic population in Boston. The "imagine all the people" series highlights immigrant communities and their economic contributions to Boston's social, cultural, and economic life. This profile includes all Hispanics living in Boston, both native-born and foreign-born.


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Households & Families, Income & Poverty, Race
Imagine all the People - Hispanic (Spanish)

N/A Neighborhoods

Jun 01 2009 Publication Date

Produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority's Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians this is a profile of the Hispanic population in Boston translated in Spanish. The "imagine all the people" series highlights immigrant communities and their economic contributions to Boston's social, cultural, and economic life. This profile includes all Hispanics living in Boston, both native-born and foreign-born.


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Households & Families, Income & Poverty, Race
Mayor Menino's Report on Boston - America's College Town

N/A Neighborhoods

Dec 01 2006 Publication Date

Higher Education, a leading industry in Boston, is a source of economic, social and cultural strength. However, housing markets get pressure from students’ demand for on-campus dormitories and by intensive use of off-campus neighborhood apartments. This report summarizes survey results from the University Accountability Ordinance, a Boston City Council requirement mandating all private colleges with resident students to report both student enrollment and neighborhood location twice annually.


Topics: Education
Insight - The New Pilgrims

N/A Neighborhoods

Dec 01 2005 Publication Date

This report analyzes the potential short-term impact on the state's budget and the long-term impact on the state's economy of the proposed legislation to allow undocumented immigrant students to qualify for in-state tuition rates at Massachusetts colleges and universities.


Topics: Economy & Jobs, Education, Foreign-born
Census 2000 Profile of Boston's Electoral District #9

N/A Neighborhoods

May 15 2005 Publication Date

Selected demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics of Boston's electoral district compiled from Census 2000 data (Summary File 3).


Topics: Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Households & Families, Language, Race