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Adele M. Hayutin

Annenberg Distinguished Visiting Fellow
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Adele Hayutin is an Annenberg Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution. She is an economist and demographer specializing in comparative international demographics and focusing on economic and policy implications of US and global demographic shifts. Her work at Hoover includes research and writing on global demographics. She is working on a book that will provide an overview of global demographic challenges and a geographic tour of demographic hot spots.

Building on her experience in business and academia, Hayutin has developed an innovative comparative international perspective that highlights surprising demographic differences across countries and that illustrates the unprecedented speed and impacts of critical demographic changes. Hayutin is skilled at designing research and consulting efforts around critical policy and strategy questions and is experienced in framing insights and presenting complex information to policy makers and business executives. In her frequent public presentations, she provides a broad perspective on global demographic trends and regional differences.

Previously, Hayutin was Senior Research Scholar and Director of Demographic Analysis at the Stanford University Center on Longevity where she focused on the challenges of global and regional population aging, including shifting age structures, shrinking workforces, increasing diversity, and changing family structures. Before coming to Stanford in 2007, Hayutin had a twenty-year career as a business economist focusing on issues and trends affecting business investment strategy. She was chief economist and director of research at the Fremont Group (formerly Bechtel Investments, Inc.), senior real estate analyst at Salomon Brothers in New York, and director of research at RREEF (Rosenberg Real Estate Equity Funds) in San Francisco. Hayutin received a BA from Wellesley College. She holds an MPP and a PhD in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley. 

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