research in color
Applications for the 2023 Research in Color Mentorship Program are now closed! Please return in October 2024 to apply for the next cohort.
The Research in Color Foundation (Research in Color or RIC) is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to increasing the number of Ph.D. students of color in economics & economics-adjacent disciplines while amplifying meaningful economic and policy research for communities of color.
Learn Why Diversity in
Economics is Essential
- Brookings Institution (Sept 2019)
- NYT (Feb 2021)
- NYT (Jun 2020)
- NYT (Oct 2019)
- NYT (Feb 2021)
- The Economist (Sept 2019)
- Racism and the Economy: Launched by the 12 Federal Reserve Banks
Learn About Research in Color's
- RIC x J-PAL Economics Transformation Project
- RIC x Innovations for Poverty Action
- RIC x Institute for Fiscal Studies
- Business Today: Changing the Face of Economics
- Importance of Mentorship in Economics
- A Framework for Mentorship
- RIC x Jain Family Institue
- RIC x RX Global
- RIC x RX Foundation pt. 2
- RIC x J-PAL pt. 2
- RIC x J-PAL Global Internal Fellowship
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J-Pal & RIC
Together with J-PAL, RIC is proud to establish the Economics Transformation Project (ETP). ETP is a student-informed, full-pipeline program that aims to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive field of economics for underrepresented minority (URM) scholars.
Learn more about ETP here.
Read 'A conversation with Research in Color' with J-PAL, featuring Rahma Ahmed, RIC Vice President (left) and Chinemelu Okafor, RIC Founder & President (right).