Neil Howe is an economist, demographer, and historian who writes and speaks frequently on the aging of the population, long-term fiscal policy, and generations in history. He is a senior associate at CSIS, where he works with the Global Aging Initiative, and a senior adviser to the Concord Coalition. He is also founding partner and president of LifeCourse Associates, a marketing, human resources, and strategic planning consultancy serving corporate, government, and nonprofit clients. Howe is the author or coauthor of numerous books and policy studies, including The Graying of the Great Powers: Demography and Geopolitics in the 21st Century (2008); Millennials Rising (2000); The Fourth Turning (1997); 13th-Gen (1993); Generations (1991); and On Borrowed Time (1988). He holds graduate degrees in history and economics from Yale University.
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