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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

Recent ASHE sessions*:

 

2010 Western Economic Association International Annual Meeting
I. A
SHE Session - June 30, 8:15am
II. ASHE Session - June 30, 10:15am

2010 ALLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING
I. ASHE Session - Jan. 4, 2:30 pm, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, International B
II. NEA/ASHE Session - Jan. 3, 8:00 am, Hilton Atlanta, Room 213

 

I. ASHE Session - June 30, 8:15 am,

Title:  Issues in the Economics of Migration
Organizer: Mary Lopez, Occidental College
Chair: Mary Lopez, Occidental College
Papers:

I. ASHE Session - June 30, 10:15 am,

Title:  Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Resource Access and Allocation
Organizer: Marie T. Mora,University of Texas-Pan American
Chair:Ronald L. Oaxaca, University of Arizona, Tucson
Papers:

I.  ASHE Session - Jan. 4, 2:30 pm, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, International B

Title:  Migration Issues in Mexico and the U.S. (JEL Code: J6)
Presiding: Marie T. Mora (University of Texas-Pan American)
Papers:

How Does Adult Child Migration Affect Elderly Health? Evidence From Mexico
Francisca M. Antman (University of Colorado-Boulder)

Internal Versus International Migration in Mexico: 1995-2000
Ernesto Aguayo-Tellez (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon)
Jose Martinez (University of North Texas)

Immigrants’ Employment Outcomes over the Business Cycle
Pia M. Orrenius (Federal Reserve Bank-Dallas)
Madeline Zavodny (Agnes Scott College)

The Effect of Evacuation from Hurricane Katrina on Houston-Area Earnings
Dakshina G. De Silva (Texas Tech University)
Robert P. McComb (Texas Tech University)
Young-Kyu Moh (Texas Tech University)
Anita Schiller (Texas Tech University)
Andres J. Vargas (Texas Tech University)

A Theoretical Exposition of Migration Enforcement on Existing Migrant and Domestic Households
Salvador Contreras (University of Texas-Pan American)

Discussants:
Ronald L. Oaxaca (University of Arizona)
Mary J. López (Occidental College)
Francisco Rivera-Batiz (Columbia University)
Mark Hugo López (Pew Hispanic Center)
 Sue K. Stockly (Eastern New Mexico University)

 

 

II.  NEA/ASHE Session - Jan. 3, 8:00 am, Hilton Atlanta, Room 213


Title:  Income and Growth (JEL Code: O1)
Presiding: Sue K. Stockly (Eastern New Mexico University)
Papers:

Financial Development and the Distribution of Income in Latin America and the Caribbean
Gustavo Canavire-Bacarreza (Georgia State University)
Felix Rioja (Georgia State University)

The Widening Gap Between GDP and GNP: Implications for Developing Countries
Antonio Avalos (California State University-Fresno)

Growth Networks
Raja Kali (University of Arkansas)
Javier Reyes (University of Arkansas)
Josh McGee (University of Arkansas)
Stuart Shirrell (University of Arkansas)

Income Inequality in the U.S.: The Kuznets Hypothesis Revisited
Andre Varella Mollick (The University of Texas-Pan American)

Discussants:
Vicki Bogan (Cornell University)
Javier Arturo Reyes (University of Arkansas)
Luisa Blanco Raynal (Pepperdine University)
David Molina (University of North Texas)

 



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