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Table 1: Bachelors Degrees in Economics Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 - 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

18431

976

5.30%

936

5.08%

65

0.35%

2001

19438

1034

5.32%

983

5.06%

60

0.31%

2002

20922

1165

5.57%

1016

4.86%

60

0.29%

2003

23009

1280

5.56%

1125

4.89%

87

0.38%

2004

24076

1340

5.57%

1225

5.09%

103

0.43%

2005

24222

1299

5.36%

1275

5.26%

86

0.36%

2006

23812

1319

5.54%

1346

5.65%

94

0.39%

2007

23926

1219

5.09%

1427

5.96%

97

0.41%

2008

25287

1316

5.20%

1469

5.81%

97

0.38%

2009

26307

1271

4.83%

1534

5.83%

120

0.46%

Source and Notes: These estimates come from the National Center for Education Statistics’ Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System for degrees awarded by all U.S. institutions to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Hispanics can be of any race. Ms. Alma Hales provided excellence assistance in compiling these numbers in 2011.

 

Table 2: Bachelors Degrees in Social Sciences Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 – 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

126842

11305

8.91%

8639

6.81%

932

0.73%

2001

127906

11516

9.00%

8703

6.80%

936

0.73%

2002

132729

11854

8.93%

9408

7.09%

840

0.63%

2003

115408

10992

9.52%

8572

7.43%

862

0.75%

2004

120509

11424

9.48%

8965

7.44%

880

0.73%

2005

125480

11950

9.52%

9758

7.78%

915

0.73%

2006

128321

12187

9.50%

10131

7.90%

1005

0.78%

2007

129703

12131

9.35%

10702

8.25%

957

0.74%

2008

132986

12635

9.50%

11400

8.57%

1015

0.76%

2009

133851

12614

9.42%

11790

8.81%

1027

0.77%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

 

Table 3: All Bachelors Degrees Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 – 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

1229730

102725

8.35%

71693

5.83%

8352

0.68%

2001

1237855

105812

8.55%

74010

5.98%

8639

0.70%

2002

1288571

110534

8.58%

78708

6.11%

8680

0.67%

2003

1347148

117318

8.71%

84110

6.24%

9307

0.69%

2004

1398270

123305

8.82%

88753

6.35%

9959

0.71%

2005

1438805

127950

8.89%

94711

6.58%

9663

0.67%

2006

1483428

133389

8.99%

100559

6.78%

10214

0.69%

2007

1524850

137639

9.03%

107407

7.04%

10713

0.70%

2008

1564131

142495

9.11%

114990

7.35%

10770

0.69%

2009

1603121

145926

9.10%

120767

7.53%

11412

0.71%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

Table 4: Masters Degrees in Economics Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 – 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

2163

59

2.73%

50

2.31%

2

0.09%

2001

2134

49

2.30%

36

1.69%

5

0.23%

2002

2327

62

2.66%

46

1.98%

9

0.39%

2003

2582

51

1.98%

63

2.44%

6

0.23%

2004

2824

54

1.91%

71

2.51%

6

0.21%

2005

3092

81

2.62%

99

3.20%

7

0.23%

2006

2948

83

2.82%

83

2.82%

2

0.07%

2007

2973

73

2.46%

67

2.25%

10

0.34%

2008

3188

104

3.26%

70

2.20%

7

0.22%

2009

3241

88

2.72%

78

2.41%

7

0.22%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

 

Table 5: Masters Degrees in Social Sciences Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 - 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

14016

967

6.90%

553

3.95%

84

0.60%

2001

13761

940

6.83%

546

3.97%

98

0.71%

2002

14083

939

6.67%

615

4.37%

74

0.53%

2003

12103

853

7.05%

511

4.22%

56

0.46%

2004

13587

1020

7.51%

608

4.47%

71

0.52%

2005

14059

952

6.77%

674

4.79%

55

0.39%

2006

14384

1050

7.30%

706

4.91%

73

0.51%

2007

14532

1018

7.01%

708

4.87%

75

0.52%

2008

15093

1023

6.78%

707

4.68%

61

0.40%

2009

15706

1045

6.65%

812

5.17%

68

0.43%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

 

Table 6: All Masters Degrees Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 - 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

451416

32816

7.27%

17742

3.93%

2081

0.46%

2001

464139

34752

7.49%

19759

4.26%

2277

0.49%

2002

480328

36696

7.64%

20354

4.24%

2397

0.50%

2003

512772

40001

7.80%

22590

4.41%

2581

0.50%

2004

557589

45007

8.07%

26410

4.74%

2848

0.51%

2005

574579

49158

8.56%

28367

4.94%

2947

0.51%

2006

595154

52876

8.88%

29033

4.88%

3132

0.53%

2007

604840

55608

9.19%

30853

5.10%

3163

0.52%

2008

629516

57650

9.16%

32576

5.17%

3339

0.53%

2009

663560

62081

9.36%

34870

5.25%

3322

0.50%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

Table 7: Doctoral Degrees in Economics Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 - 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

847

18

2.13%

16

1.89%

0

0.00%

2001

847

6

0.71%

15

1.77%

0

0.00%

2002

822

16

1.95%

10

1.22%

0

0.00%

2003

836

8

0.96%

18

2.15%

1

0.12%

2004

849

16

1.88%

24

2.83%

1

0.12%

2005

973

7

0.72%

19

1.95%

0

0.00%

2006

930

16

1.72%

17

1.83%

2

0.22%

2007

941

17

1.81%

22

2.34%

2

0.21%

2008

814

11

1.35%

12

1.47%

1

0.12%

2009

549

4

0.73%

8

1.46%

0

0.00%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

 

Table 8: Doctoral Degrees in Social Sciences Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 - 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

4084

191

4.68%

122

2.99%

16

0.39%

2001

3919

161

4.11%

132

3.37%

17

0.43%

2002

3892

191

4.91%

111

2.85%

18

0.46%

2003

2989

138

4.62%

121

4.05%

20

0.67%

2004

2956

131

4.43%

116

3.92%

12

0.41%

2005

3000

133

4.43%

103

3.43%

12

0.40%

2006

3062

134

4.38%

113

3.69%

15

0.49%

2007

3037

126

4.15%

95

3.13%

15

0.49%

2008

2497

96

3.84%

92

3.68%

7

0.28%

2009

1896

69

3.64%

71

3.74%

9

0.47%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

 

Table 9: Doctoral Degrees Awarded to Minority Students:
2000 - 2009

Year

Total

Black

Hispanic

Native American

2000

44110

2120

4.81%

1216

2.76%

149

0.34%

2001

44239

2059

4.65%

1407

3.18%

162

0.37%

2002

44025

2244

5.10%

1325

3.01%

171

0.39%

2003

46176

2371

5.13%

1458

3.16%

183

0.40%

2004

48573

2729

5.62%

1539

3.17%

205

0.42%

2005

52843

2885

5.46%

1677

3.17%

222

0.42%

2006

56338

2907

5.16%

1728

3.07%

214

0.38%

2007

61008

3476

5.70%

1881

3.08%

232

0.38%

2008

49526

2948

5.95%

1616

3.26%

199

0.40%

2009

37390

2264

6.06%

1377

3.68%

168

0.45%

Source: See the notes to Table 1.

Table 10: Representation of Blacks and Hispanics in Full-Time Economics Faculty Positions in Institutions of Higher Education: 2010-11 Academic Year

 

Tenured and Tenure-Track Faculty

Non-Tenure-Track Faculty

Characteristic

Full Professors

Associate Professors

Assistant Professors

Panel A – Econ Ph.D. Degree Granting Institutions:

 

Blacks

0.9%

3.2%

1.9%

2.6%

Hispanics

2.4%

5.1%

6.2%

3.3%

Panel B – Econ Masters Degree Granting Institutions:

 

Blacks

2.2%

2.8%

3.4%

1.6%

Hispanics

1.3%

1.4%

2.7%

6.3%

Panel C – Econ Bachelors Degree Granting Institutions:

 

Blacks

2.1%

2.6%

3.3%

1.9%

Hispanics

1.4%

1.7%

4.6%

1.9%

Source and Notes: Charles E. Scott at Loyola University Maryland estimated these numbers from the AEA Universal Academic Questionnaire (UAQ). To preserve confidentiality given their small sample size, the numbers of Native Americans are not shown.

 



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