The Review of Black Political Economy
The Review of Black Political Economy examines a broad spectrum of issues related to the economic status of African-American and Third World peoples. It identifies and analyzes policy prescriptions designed to reduce racial economic inequality. The journal is devoted to appraising public and private policies for their ability to advance economic opportunities without regard to their theoretical or ideological origins.
The Review of Black Political Economy is published in affiliation with the National Economic Association (neaecon.org)
An Analysis of Perceptions of Job Insecurity among White and Black Workers in the United States: 1977–2012
Masanori Kuroki (December 2016)
Nineteenth Century Black and Mixed-Race Physical Activity, Calories, and Life Expectancy: Nutrition, Sanitation, or Medical Intervention?
Scott Alan Carson (December 2016)
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