Adele Hayutin is Senior Research Scholar and Director of Demographic Analysis at the Stanford Center on Longevity. She directs the Center’s collaborative research and public discourse on the challenges of global and regional population aging and she provides demographic analysis for the Center’s three divisions. During a twenty-year career as a business economist, she specialized in issues and trends affecting business investment strategy. She currently focuses on economic and policy implications of demographic change and is a leader in the field of comparative demographics. She combines broad knowledge of the underlying data with the ability to translate that data into practical, easy to understand language and implications. She has developed a comparative international perspective that highlights demographic differences across countries and illustrates the unprecedented pace of critical demographic changes. She uses a similar comparative approach for illustrating national and regional trends. Before joining the Stanford Center on Longevity in January 2007, she was chief economist of the Fremont Group (formerly Bechtel Investments), senior real estate analyst at Salomon Brothers in New York, and director of research at RREEF in San Francisco. Hayutin received a B.A. from Wellesley College and a Master’s in Public Policy and Ph.D. in Economics from UC Berkeley.
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