This journal examines the intersection of local and global issues concerning economic conditions, race, ethnicity, and gender, along with policy prescriptions that address economic disparities. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical examining the economic outcomes of both public and private sector market forces on groups distinguished by racial, tribal, ethnic, gender, and linguistic differences. Wide-ranging and interdisciplinary, the journal presents work that spans disciplines, including economics, sociology, political science, public policy, and other relevant areas of study.
The journal will be of benefit to researchers in economics and race/ethnicity around the globe.
- Explores the intersection of local and global concerns with economic conditions, race, ethnicity, and gender, and policies addressing economic disparities
- Examining the economic outcomes of both public and private sector market forces on groups distinguished by racial, tribal, ethnic, gender, and linguistic differences
- Wide-ranging coverage includes economics, sociology, political science, public policy, and other relevant disciplines
- Gary A. Hoover
- Publishing model
- Hybrid (Transformative Journal). Learn about publishing Open Access with us
- 49 days
- Submission to first decision
- 210 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 26,090 (2020)
Does Locked Up Mean Locked Out? The Effects of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986 on Black Male Students’ College Enrollment
Entrepreneurship and the Racial Wealth Gap: The Impact of Entrepreneurial Success or Failure on the Wealth Mobility of Black and White Families
As a result of the significant disruption that is being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are very aware that many researchers will have difficulty in meeting the timelines associated with our peer review process during normal times. Please do let us know if you need additional time. Our systems will continue to remind you of the original timelines but we intend to be highly flexible at this time.
JERP announces a Call for Papers that examine trends in socioeconomic outcomes for indigenous groups compared to non-indigenous groups. The call is also interested in studies that explore determinants of socioeconomic outcomes for indigenous groups. Papers can also examine the gaps in socioeconomic outcomes between indigenous and non-indigenous groups over time.
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