The 2022 Minority Report is now available. The Minority Report is the annual news of the AEA’s Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession, the American Society of Hispanic Economists, the Association for Economic Research of Indigenous Peoples, and the National Economic Association.
This issue includes:
- "Marginalization of Indigenous People in Education Data Produces a False Narrative" by Jeffrey D. Burnette, Rochester Institute of Technology
- "A Twenty-Year History of the American Society of Hispanic Economists" by Sue Stockly, Eastern New Mexico University
- "COVID-19 and the Digital Divide Across Ethnic Groups in the United States" by James Peoples, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Tom Larson, California State University, Los Angeles; Don Mar, San Francisco State University; and Paul Ong, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and Center for Neighborhood Knowledge
- "Predoctoral Positions: A New Pathway to a Career in Economics?" by Jevay Grooms, Howard University
And features Alberto Dávila ('82 PhD economics) as an Economist to Watch, along with other program information and announcements.