See below for a listing of relevant academic journal articles and public lectures related to the Generationed City research.


Moos, M., Walter-Joseph, R., Williamson, M., Wilkin, T., Chen, W. & Stockmal, D. (2015). Youthification: The New Kid on the Block. University of Waterloo: School of Planning Working Paper Series 015-01.

Moos, M. (Forthcoming, 2015) Generational change and the city: How age defines the urban landscape. In P. Filion, M. Moos, T. Vinodrai and R. Walker (Eds.). Canadian Cities in Transition: Perspectives for an Urban Age (Fifth Edition). Oxford University Press.

Moos, M. (2014, October). From gentrification to youthification: How inner city redevelopment and the influx of young adults are increasing the importance of age in delineating urban space. Paper presented at Association of Collegiate School of Planning Conference: Big Ideas, Global Impacts, Philadelphia PA.

Moos, M. (2014) “Generationed” space: Societal restructuring and young adults’ changing location patterns. The Canadian Geographer, 58(1), 11-33.

Moos, M. (2014) A city divided by age? Generational shifts in urban development. Our Schools, Our SelvesThe Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 23(3), 101-106.

Moos, M. (2013) Generational Dimensions of Neoliberal and Post-Fordist Restructuring: The Changing Characteristics of Young Adults and Growing Income Inequality in Montreal and Vancouver. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.


Public lectures

Moos, M. (October 17, 2014) Millennials in the city: Exploring linkages between generational and societal change towards sustainability. Environment Seminar Series. Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo.

Moos, M. (October 10, 2014) From gentrification to youthification: Millennials’ preferences for urban living and the implications for planning. Social Planning Council of Kingston & School of Urban and Regional Planning, Queen’s University.

Moos, M. (September 14, 2014) How are Millennials changing our cities? The planning implications of generational change. Public lecture. Simon Fraser University, City Centre, Continuing Studies & Metro Vancouver TransLink.