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 https://www.pewresearch.org/hispanic/2020/08/11/about-one-in-four-u-s-hispanics-have-heard-of-latinx-but-just-3-use-it/

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The call for papers for our special issue on “social justice” at Agricultural and Resource Economics Review is now live, https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/agricultural-and-resource-economics-review/call-for-papers.

Deadline of November 1, 2020.

Direct any questions re potential fit to #MieshaWilliams or me. https://twitter.com/aviceisza/status/1283840111990497281

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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, https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/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." https://twitter.com/ScienceMagazine/status/1292860920847368193

Science Magazine@ScienceMagazine

"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: https://fcld.ly/skgpqzm

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