Richard Hokenson holds an undergraduate degree in economics with honors from the University
of California at Berkeley and an M.A. in Economics from the University
of Michigan. Mr. Hokenson did his Ph.D. research at New York University.
He is a trustee of the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) based in Washington,
D.C. Richard Hokenson is also a member of the Executive Committee of PRB
and chairs the Investment Committee. He is also a member of the Society
of Labor Economists, the Population Association of Americ, the American
Economic Association and the International Union of Social Science Professionals.
Besides material published by DLJ and CSFB, his
written works include “Demographic
Trends and the Impact on Municipal Finance” published in the Municipal
Finance Journal (Winter 1994), “The Demographics of Global Investing” published
in The Global Guide to Investing (Financial Times Press, September 1995) and "Migrant Labor" published in the China Economic Quarterly (September 2005). Other written work can be found on this website.
1973 to 1976 Senior Economist at Data Resources, Inc
1976 to 1977 Senior Economist at Merrill Lynch Economics
1978 to 1995 Senior Economist at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (DLJ)
1995 to 2000 Chief Economist at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (DLJ)
2000 to 2002 Director of demographic Research at Credit Suisse First Boston (after the merger with DLJ)