The American Society of Hispanic Economists is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for the 2022 ASHE Annual Dissertation Award.

ASHE Profile: Dr. Alberto Davila

Dr. Alberto Davila

Dr. Alberto Davila is the Dean of the Harrison College of Business and Computing at Southeast Missouri State University. His work has contributed substantially to understanding the factors that affect migration and Hispanic entrepreneurship, leading to over fifty publications. He co-founded the American Society for Hispanic Economists (ASHE), and his contribution to ASHE has been invaluable for the association.

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Announcing the 2022-2024 IRP Emerging Poverty Scholars! @Daniel2Auguste @FAUArtsLetters, Dr. Karina Chavarria @csuci @UCLA_CSRC, Dr. Linsey Edwards @NYUSociology, @DrCDNichols @txstla @TXSTHistory & @berto_econ @IUONeill @IUBloomington @ASHE_ASSA https://www.irp.wisc.edu/training/emerging-poverty-scholars-fellowships/#2021-2023-emerging-scholars 1/2

Happy #HispanicHeritageMonth!! As a #Latina trainee in #econdevelopment submitting PhD applications this cycle, I am grateful that groups like @ASHE_ASSA promote and support my heritage. I look forward to more learning from #lafamilia through @MITEcon AAMP this year. #EconTwitter

Today begins Hispanic Heritage Month! We want to celebrate by featuring a Hispanic Economist a day. We start this thread with @UofLEcon, an Associate Professor and Dept Chair @uofl, a member of @AEACSWEP, and past President of @ASHE_ASSA. His research is on labor, IO, and health

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