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Boom, Bust & Echo: How to Profit from the Coming Demographic Shift

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A Canadian Bestseller! Demographics is the key to understanding the past and forecasting the future. From financial planning to urban planning, Professor David Foot shows us how to track the trends that will have a profound impact upon our lives.

The boomers, the busters, and the echo generation: discover the nation's future - and yours - in demographics, the simple but hi

Hardcover, 245 pages
Published April 1st 1996 by Franciscan Media
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Adam Gordon
Interesting to see what demographic forecasts were accurate with 15 years of hindsight.
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An excellent introduction to demographic forecasting.
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Oh wow, I"m reading this book far too late. Most of what is predicted already came to pass. Interesting way of looking at demographics. I will need to read the next one in the series to see if the author is able to maintain such consistent predictions.
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Although I think this was an interesting book to read, I don't believe demographics can explain as much as claimed by David. Humans are just too complicated creatures.
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