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The Review of Black Political Economy

1970 - 2017

Current editor(s): C. Conrad

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National Economic Association
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Volume 31, issue 4, 2004

Co-morbidity and black and white disparities in health and functional status pp. 9-33 Downloads
Alvin Headen, Kenneth Manton and Max Woodbury
Open for business in the black metropolis: Race, disadvantage, and entrepreneurial activity in Chicago's inner city pp. 35-57 Downloads
Cedric Herring
Is discretionary pricing discretionary?: The case of overages in mortgage lending pp. 59-68 Downloads
Harold Black, Thomas Boehm and Ramon Degennaro
New estimates of within occupation African American-white wage gaps pp. 69-88 Downloads
William Rodgers and John Holmes
Racial apartheid in a small North Carolina town pp. 89-107 Downloads
James Johnson, Allan Parnell, Ann Joyner, Carolyn Christman and Ben Marsh
Between fear & hope, globalization and race in the united states pp. 109-111 Downloads
James Stewart

Volume 31, issue 3, 2004

Comments: Outgoing editor pp. 9-10 Downloads
Thomas Boston
Globalization, cities, and racial inequality at the dawn of the 21st century pp. 11-32 Downloads
James Stewart
Poverty and the environment: Sociologizing environmental protection in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 33-42 Downloads
Ifeanyi Ezeonu
The political economy of race and its role in the development of public housing in south St. Petersburg: The case of Jordan Park pp. 43-63 Downloads
Hashim Ahmed
War, women, song: The tectonics of black business and entrepreneurship, 1939–2001 pp. 65-116 Downloads
Juliet Walker
Nickel and dimed and Saving bernice: Contrasting perspectives on welfare reform pp. 117-128 Downloads
Robert Cherry

Volume 31, issue 1, 2003

Introduction pp. 9-14 Downloads
Steven Shulman
The economic well-being of black Americans: The overarching influence of U.S. immigration policies pp. 15-42 Downloads
Vernon Briggs
Immigration and the black-white color line in the United States pp. 43-76 Downloads
Jennifer Lee, Frank Bean, Jeanne Batalova and Sabeen Sandhu
Occupational context and wage competition of new immigrant latinos with minorities and whites pp. 77-94 Downloads
Lisa Cantazarite
Immigration and the employment of African American workers pp. 95-110 Downloads
Hannes Johannsson and Steven Shulman
Do blacks lose when diversity replaces affirmative action? pp. 111-124 Downloads
Gerald Jaynes and Frederick McKinney
Somewhere over the rainbow?: African Americans, unauthorized Mexican immigration, and coalition building pp. 125-155 Downloads
Manuel Pastor and Enrico Marcelli
Immigration and race: What we think we know pp. 157-184 Downloads
Robert Cherry

Volume 30, issue 4, 2003

The Samuel Z. Westerfield Award pp. 9-12 Downloads
Samuel Myers
Introduction of Bernard E. Anderson recipient of the 2003 Samuel Z. Westerfield Award pp. 13-15 Downloads
Margaret Simms
The Samuel Z. Westerfield Award acceptance remarks pp. 17-26 Downloads
Bernard Anderson
Immigration, finance, and urban evolution: An illustrative model, with a Los Angeles case study pp. 27-50 Downloads
Gary Dymski
“Race riots” and black economic progress pp. 51-66 Downloads
Mary King
Committed “armies of compassion”: African American churches building and sutaining community pp. 67-88 Downloads
Sherri Wallace

Volume 30, issue 3, 2003

Race, internet usage, and e-commerce pp. 7-22 Downloads
Hiroshi Ono and Madeline Zavodny
Black enterprise and the legacy of slavery pp. 23-37 Downloads
Tristan Zajonc
The association between maternal depression and prenatal care adequacy pp. 39-53 Downloads
Geoffrey Warner
Race, incentives, and opportunities: The importance of timing pp. 55-69 Downloads
Michael Leeds

Volume 30, issue 2, 2002

The research productivity of black economists: Ranking by individuals and doctoral alma mater pp. 7-24 Downloads
Jacqueline Agesa, Maury Granger and Gregory Price
The impact of equal employment opportunity commission enforcement on the wages of black and white women, 1988–1996 pp. 25-51 Downloads
Sarah Wilhelm
Local labor market structure and the implications for black unemployment in the late 1980s pp. 53-73 Downloads
Theodore Davis
Past labor force experience and heterogeneity pp. 75-89 Downloads
Jorge Valero-Gil

Volume 30, issue 1, 2002

Family connections and the black-white wealth gap among middle-class families pp. 9-28 Downloads
N. Chiteji and Darrick Hamilton
Gender differences in public and private university enrollement in Kenya: What do they mask? pp. 29-55 Downloads
Jacqueline Agesa and Richard Agesa
Empirical destabilization of racial categories: Implications for civil rights enforcement in mortgage lending pp. 57-89 Downloads
Steven Holloway and Elvin Wyly
Are black and white income distributions converging? time series analysis pp. 91-106 Downloads
Ryoichi Sakano

Volume 29, issue 4, 2002

Guest editors pp. 3-4 Downloads
Jessica Nembhard and Anthony Blasingame
Introduction: Tribute to Rhonda M. Williams pp. 15-20 Downloads
Jessica Nembhard
Complete works pp. 21-24 Downloads
Rhonda Williams
Rhonda M. Williams: Competition, race, agency, and community pp. 25-42 Downloads
Gary Dymski and Jessica Nembhard
Queer black marxist feminist political economy in a white-supremacist heterosexist-homophobic capitalist patriarchy: Rhonda M. Williams on method, history, theory, and policy pp. 43-51 Downloads
Mathew Forstater
Speaking truth to power: Race, class, gender, and the intersection pp. 53-61 Downloads
Julianne Malveaux
The Janus face of race: Rhonda M. Williams on orthodox economic schizophrenia pp. 63-75 Downloads
Patrick Mason
Intergroup disparity: Why culture is irrelevant pp. 77-90 Downloads
William Darity
A logit decomposition analysis of occupational segregation: An update for the 1990s of Spriggs and Williams pp. 91-96 Downloads
Valerie Rawlston and William Spriggs
Unions and women’s training for the skilled trades in the U.S pp. 97-122 Downloads
Gunseli Berik and Cihan Bilginsoy

Volume 29, issue 3, 2002

Competition and integration of black enterprises in the American economy pp. 9-50 Downloads
Andrew Brimmer
Minority businesses serving government clients amidst prolonged chaos in preferential procurement programs pp. 51-70 Downloads
Timothy Bates
Swimming upstream?: The relative research productivity of economists at black colleges pp. 71-92 Downloads
Jacqueline Agesa, Maury Granger and Gregory Price
Self-employment, criminal victimization, and community organization: Formulating effective policies for urban development pp. 93-113 Downloads
Sean Wheeler

Volume 29, issue 2, 2001

Access to capital: Milwaukee's continuing small business lending gaps pp. 9-46 Downloads
Gregory Squires and Sally O'Connor
Family structure and the afro-euro poverty gap: When employment policies aren't enough pp. 47-66 Downloads
Steven Shulman
Survey of consumer finances: Asset accumulation differences by race pp. 67-81 Downloads
Ronald Straight
The determinants of infant and child mortality in developing countries: The case of Sub-Sahara Africa pp. 83-98 Downloads
Bichaka Fayissa

Volume 29, issue 1, 2001

Exits from poverty among rural and urban black, hispanic, and white young adults pp. 9-23 Downloads
Teresa Mauldin and Yoko Mimura
Black educational advantage in the inner city pp. 25-47 Downloads
Katrina McDonald and Thomas LaVeist
The ideological origins of Richard M. Nixon's “Black Capitalism” initiative pp. 49-61 Downloads
Robert Weems and Lewis Randolph
The history of community banking and its role in Nigerian rural economic development pp. 63-77 Downloads
C. Okoye and Amon Okpala
Losing the race: Self-sabotage in Black America pp. 79-83 Downloads
Billy Dickens
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