Atlanta, GA

ASHE sponsored sessions and events


Friday, January 4

Labor Markets, Discrimination and the Academy (J7, I2)

10:15 AM – 12:15 PM

Paper Session

Atlanta Marriott Marquis, M105

Hosted By: National Economic Association & American Society of Hispanic Economists

Chair: Omari H. Swinton (Howard University)


Labor Market Conditions and Charges of Discrimination: Is There a Link?

Karl David Boulware (Wesleyan University)

Kenneth N. Kuttner (Williams College)


Student Debt and Labor Market Outcomes

Gerald Eric Daniels Jr. (Howard University)

Andria Smythe (Howard University)


Hispanics in the Michigan Labor Market

Leonidas Murembya (Michigan State University)


The Problem of the 21st Century Revisited: Black and Hispanic Faculty and the Economics Color Line

Sue K. Stockly (Eastern New Mexico University)

Gregory N. Price (Morehouse College)


Metacognitive Awareness and Academic Performance: A Field Experiment

Angelino Viceisza (Spelman College)

  1. Nayena Blankson (Spelman College)

Jimmeka Guillory (Spelman College)

Francesina Jackson (Spelman College)

Bruce Wade (Spelman College)



ASHE Annual Business Meeting

4:45 PM – 5:45 PM


Atlanta Marriott Marquis, L503

Hosted By: American Society of Hispanic Economists

Annual Business Meeting. All are welcome.



Saturday, January 5

Economic Policy and Vulnerable Populations (J6, O1)

10:15 AM – 12:15 PM

Paper Session

Atlanta Marriott Marquis, M103

Hosted By: American Society of Hispanic Economists

Chair: Susan Pozo (Western Michigan University)


Drug-violence, Immigration Enforcement, and Selectivity: Who Is Migrating Today from Mexico to the United States?

Sandra Orozco-Aleman (Mississippi State University)

Heriberto Gonzalez-Lozano (Mississippi State University)


The Effect of the Safety Net on United States Hispanics’ Labor Market Activity

Pia M. Orrenius (Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas)

Madeline Zavodny (University of North Florida)


Efficiency, Morality, and the Minimum Wage: A Choice Experiment

Jose M. Fernandez (University of Louisville)

Stephan Gohmann (University of Louisville)

Conor Lennon (University of Louisville)

Keith Teltser (University of Louisville)


Publicly provided healthcare and migration

Clotilde Mahé (UNU-MERIT and Maastricht University)


Cheap Talk and Coordination in the Lab and the Field: Collective Commercialization in Senegal

Angelino Viceisza (Spelman College)

Kodjo Aflagah (University of Maryland)

Tanguy Bernard (IFPRI and University of Bordeaux)


CSMGEP, ASHE, and NEA Cocktail Reception

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM


Atlanta Marriott Marquis, A601

Hosted By: Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession, American Society of Hispanic Economists & National Economic Association

Cocktail Reception