AEA Papers and Proceedings

ISSN 2574-0768 (Print) | ISSN 2574-0776 (Online)


Vol. 112, May 2022

Find articles in this issue


by Christina D. Romer
(pp. xi–xii)
AEA Distinguished Lecture
Race, Gender, and Financial Well-Being

Black Land Loss: 1920−1997

by Dania V. Francis, Darrick Hamilton, Thomas W. Mitchell, Nathan A. Rosenberg, and Bryce Wilson Stucki
(pp. 38–42)
Equity and Efficiency in Unemployment Insurance
The Impact of Unemployment Insurance Financing on Inequality and the Labor Market
Assessing Youth Labor Market Interventions: Past, Present, and Future
Behavioral Economics and Pension Design
Perception of Policies and Polarization
Police Conduct

Police Frisks

by David S. Abrams, Hanming Fang, and Priyanka Goonetilleke
(pp. 178–83)
Mortality in America at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
The US Economy in the 1920s
Racism in the United States: Evidence from Economic History
Recent History of Global Integration: The Globalization Wave of the 1980s and 1990s
Gendered Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Black Entrepreneurs and Financial Constraints
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Vulnerable Populations
COVID-Related Stresses on Minority Groups
New Approaches for Measuring Poverty and Income
Racial Disparities in Human Capital and Wealth Accumulation
Workplace Benefits
Economic Consequences of Immigration Policy and Enforcement
Immigration: Perceptions and Beliefs
The Behavioral Economics of Risky Choice: New Perspectives
Optimal Unique-Implementation Mechanisms
Algorithmic Pricing
Estimation of Dynamic Causal Effects in Macro: Promises and Pitfalls
Labor Markets and the Transmission of Macroeconomic Shocks
New Lessons in Financial Fragility
Hidden Debt

Hidden Defaults

by Sebastian Horn, Carmen M. Reinhart, and Christoph Trebesch
(pp. 531–35)

Hidden Debt

by Bulent Guler, Yasin Kürşat Önder, and Temel Taskin
(pp. 536–40)
The Division of Power within Families in Developing Countries
Economics of the Family
Identity, Culture, and the Economics of Gender
Gender in the Economics Profession
Why Are Women and Minorities Less Likely to Choose Economics and STEM Majors/Fields
The New Econometrics of League Tables

Inference for Losers

by Isaiah Andrews, Dillon Bowen, Toru Kitagawa, and Adam McCloskey
(pp. 635–42)