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We hope that this website can be used as a resource by anyone interested in pursuing the field of economics, students on the job market, economics faculty and departments, or anyone interested in networking with minority students and economists. As one of its resources, CSMGEP publishes The Minority Report, an annual newsletter, jointly with the American Society of Hispanic Economists and the National Economic Association.

CSMGEP often participates in professional development sessions at various conferences attended by economists

Professional Development Session
Session Title: Getting Published: Advice from Editors - Professional Development Session

Francisca Antman, University of Colorado at Boulder
Wesley W. Wilson, University of Oregon (Publishing in Economics)
Darren Lubotsky, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Getting Published--Advice from Editors)
Craig A. Depken, II, University of North Carolina-Charlotte (Tips on How to Get Published)
Amelie Constant, IZA, George Washington University, and Temple University (IZA Journals)


Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession


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Newsletter & Resources

New Wiki: Diversifying Economic Quality



Committee Members

Annual Reports

Committee History

CSMGEP Profiles:

William A. Darity, Jr.
William A. Darity, Jr.

Samuel DuBois Cook Professor of Public Policy, African and African-American Studies, and Economics; Chair, African and African-American Studies; Director, Research Network on Racial and Ethnic Inequality, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

"Changing Conceptions of Poverty" - Profile

Previous Profiles

Seth B. Carpenter
Larry Chavis
Cecilia A. Conrad
Lisa D. Cook
Sheldon Danziger
Philip N. Jefferson
Marie T. Mora
Samuel L. Myers, Jr.
Ronald Oaxaca
Lashawn Richburg-Hayes
Cecilia Elena Rouse
Margaret C. Simms
William Spriggs
Steve Trejo


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