The Penn-Wharton Conference on Race and Economics - Wharton Events
I'm thrilled to announce the Penn-Wharton conference on race and economics, in honor of the upcoming 100th anniversary of Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander receiving her PhD in economics from Penn. October 16th, 10:30-5:30ET, register here:
Outstanding lineup of papers and scholars for Penn-Wharton Conference on Race and Economics, in honor of the 100th anniversary of Sadie Alexander’s economics PhD from Penn. (1/2)
1) I would not understand this issue nearly so well without working side-by-side with
. 2) Everything else I learned from
. Learn from them October 16th!
Kory Kantenga Modibo Sidibe
Dean Erika James
On Oct. 16 we honor the legacy of
alum & Philadelphia pioneer Sadie Alexander, the 1st black woman in the U.S. to earn a PhD in #economics. Proud to lead off an event elevating current black economists & promoting race-related research in the field.
Sandy Darity, Retweets do not mean e
Excited to be giving the keynote lecture for the Penn Wharton conference honoring Sadie Mosell Tanner Alexander, the first black economics Ph.D. recipient in the US.
This event looks fantastic. Looking forward to attending on Friday.
will present at the
Conference on Race and Economics! Conrad will discuss his research on race and policing and Ellora will present her work on minimum wages and racial inequality. Register below!
Required reading for the economics profession, argues
at #pennraceandecon conference. Panel discussion on how economics studies race with
and Omari Swinton
We will record most and post here afterward