"Miami is unique in North America," said Kevin Greiner, senior fellow at FIU's Metropolitan Center where he studies the regional housing market. "Only two other cities -- Los Angeles and New York -- enjoy the same international profile. Miami is still a desirable place to live."
Another report published by FIU last week found that Miami-Dade logged the second fastest-growing rate of international migration in the United States — up 397 percent since 2010 — at a time when its domestic migration shrunk considerably.
"Today, far more people are moving out of South Florida than moving in from other parts of the country, and by margins that are growing every year, the analysis shows."
"The event followed a Miami Herald series detailing the negative economic impacts of high housing costs and potential solutions" with Dr. Ned Murray, co-director of the FIU Metropolitan Center as a featured speaker.
"A 2016 report by the Miami-Dade County Commission for Women shows persistent gaps among men and women in the county."
"A groundbreaking research-based community action plan that identifies specific wealth-building strategies to improve economic opportunity and self-sufficiency."
FIU Metropolitan Center's Dr. Maria Ilcheva and Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava on NPR's Topical Currents show discussing the results of the First Status of Women in Miami-Dade County report.
"The study called “The Status of Women in Miami-Dade County” is the first of its kind for the county commission to look at the financial well-being of women."
"Report by FIU’s Metropolitan Center lays out the local dimensions of a longstanding, national divide across the country."
Met Center's Research Assistant, Daniela Waltersdorfer, discussing the gender pay gap and inequality in Miami-Dade County on the Spanish radio station, Caracol 1260.