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ASHE

The American Society of Hispanic Economists

To Promote the Vitality of Hispanics in the Economics Profession
Through Education, Service and Excellence

 

2006 Southern Economic Association (SEA) annual conference

There was an ASHE-sponsored session entitled "The U.S. Hispanic Community and the Labor Market" held at the Southern Economic Association 76 th Annual Conference in Charleston, SC on November 18, 2006.  The session included the following papers.

  1.  Childcare Labor Market Characteristics and Migrant Head Start in Michigan : Implications for the Quality of Childcare for Hispanic Children

Rene Rosenbaum, Michigan State University

  2.  Coming to Work: The Working Hours of Immigrants from Mexico and Latin America

Fernando Antonio Lozano, Pomona College

  3.  Life After High School: Transitions to Work and College for Hispanic Youth in the New Millennium

Krista M. Perreira, Kathleen M. Harris, and Dohoon Lee, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  4.  Are Daughters More Generous? An Inquiry into the Remitting Patterns of Hispanics the U.S.

Susan Pozo and Carlos Vargas-Silva, Western Michigan University

The discussants in attendance included:  Kwabena Gyimah-Brepong, University of South Florida ; Sue K. Stockly, Eastern New Mexico University ; and Marie T. Mora, The University of Texas-Pan American.  Marie Mora also chaired the session.

 

 

 

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