ASHE seeks to promote the vitality of Hispanics in the economics profession through education, service, and excellence.

The American Society of Hispanic Economists (ASHE) is a professional association of economists who are concerned with the under-representation of Hispanic Americans in the economics profession at a time when Hispanics represent over 16 percent of the United States ‘ population. Our primary goals include:

• Promoting the vitality of Hispanics in the economics profession through education, service, and excellence;

• Promoting rigorous research on economic and policy issues affecting U.S. Hispanic communities and the nation as a whole; and

• Engaging more Hispanic Americans to effectively participate in the economics profession.

Please see our Institutional Members Directory for more information about each institution below.

NEW: DYK only 23% of U.S. Hispanic adults say they have heard the term Latinx? Just 3% overall use it to describe themselves. @pewhispanic @pewresearch

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The call for papers for our special issue on “social justice” at Agricultural and Resource Economics Review is now live,

Deadline of November 1, 2020.

Direct any questions re potential fit to #MieshaWilliams or me.

Dr Angelino Viceisza@aviceisza

#MieshaWilliams @MorehouseBAE and I will be editing a special issue on

Social Justice in Agricultural and Environmental Economics

at Agricultural and Resource Economics Review,

More details soon.

Thx for the invite @SarahJacobsonEc & @NAREA_Economics.

"So I want to say this to my fellow foreign trainees: [...] It is scary to stand out as strangers in a foreign land [...] Nevertheless, it is important to share your concerns and ask for help. Send emails and letters. Speak up at town hall meetings. Open up to colleagues."

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"Recently, my experience as a Chinese postdoc working in the United States has taken a darker turn."

Amid escalating U.S.-China tensions, a postdoc shares her anxiety in this #SciMagWorkingLife:

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