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Does economics do enough race-related research?

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Imran Rasul tells Tim Phillips about new research that shows the fraction of published economics research devoted to the causes and consequences of racial inequality is much smaller than in political science or sociology - and that this inequality has been getting worse. Read more here: CEPR Discussion Paper, DP DP16115 Race-related Research in Economics and Other Social Sciences by Arun Advani, Elliott Ash, David Cai, and Imran Rasul. VoxColumn: Economics and the study of race, Arun Advani, Elliott Ash, David Cai, and Imran Rasul.

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Imran Rasul tells Tim Phillips about new research that shows the fraction of published economics research devoted to the causes and consequences of racial inequality is much smaller than in political science or sociology - and that this inequality has been getting worse.

Read more here:

CEPR Discussion Paper, DP DP16115 Race-related Research in Economics and Other Social Sciences by Arun Advani, Elliott Ash, David Cai, and Imran Rasul.

VoxColumn: Economics and the study of race, Arun Advani, Elliott Ash, David Cai, and Imran Rasul.

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