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Ana Hernández Kent: Publications and Papers

Is College Still Worth It? The New Calculus of Falling Returns
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review, October 2019.

Just How Severe is America’s Racial Wealth Gap?
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed Open Vault blog, Oct. 9, 2019.

Consumer Debt at a New Peak? That Depends
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, Oct. 3, 2019.

The White Working Class: State-Level Declines and Geographic Concentration
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, Oct. 1, 2019.

The White Working Class: National Trends, Then and Now
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, Sept. 24, 2019.

First-Generation College Graduates Get a Financial Boost, but Don’t Catch Up
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis In the Balance, August 2019.

What Wealth Inequality in America Looks Like: Key Facts & Figures
with Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed Open Vault blog, Aug.14, 2019.

A Checkerboard, Not a Melting Pot: Racial and Educational Diversity in the Eighth District
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Bridges, Spring 2019.

Why Is the White Working Class in Decline?
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis In the Balance, February, 2019.

"Like My Father Before Me": How Education Sticks between Generations, The St. Louis Fed Open Vault blog, May 8, 2019.

College Education Persists Less for Blacks and Hispanics
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, Feb. 14, 2019.

“Debtless” Housing Boom Leads Household Wealth Recovery
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, Feb. 18, 2019.

Is College Still Worth It? It’s Complicated
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, Feb. 7, 2019.

Perceived Bias and Income Patterns Differ by Race
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Regional Economist, February, 2019.

Children of College Graduates Earn More and Are Richer, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis In the Balance, February, 2019.

Translating psychological research on social class and socioeconomic status
with Heather Bullock, Kate Griffin, and Erin Toolis
Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 2018.

Static Group Comparison Design
with Richard D. Harvey
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation, 2018.

Measures of psychopathology characterized by dominance: Articulating their structure and relations with personality and other psychopathology
with Kasey Stanton, Patrick Cruitt, Sara Stasik-O’Brien, Stephanie Ellickson-Larew, and David Watson
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 2018.

The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall: The Decline of the White Working Class
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The Demographics of Wealth: How Education, Race and Birth Year Shape Financial Outcomes, Essay No. 3, September 2018.

Meet the “Dream Aspirers”: College-Grad Homeowners under Financial Stress
The St. Louis Fed Open Vault blog, Aug. 1, 2018.

The College Boost: Why Are Wealth Returns from a Degree Falling?
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, July 19, 2018.

The College Boost: Is the Return on a Degree Fading?
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, July 17, 2018.

The College Boost: Grads Still Outearn Nongrads
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The St. Louis Fed On the Economy blog, July 16, 2018.

A Lost Generation? Long-Lasting Wealth Impacts of the Great Recession on Young Families
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The Demographics of Wealth: How Education, Race and Birth Year Shape Financial Outcomes, Essay No. 2, May 2018.

The Financial Returns from College across Generations: Large but Unequal
with William R. Emmons and Lowell R. Ricketts
The Demographics of Wealth: How Education, Race and Birth Year Shape Financial Outcomes, Essay No. 1, February 2018.

Perceived collective continuity and attitudes toward outgroups
with Ruth Warner and Kristin Kiddoo
European Journal of Social Psychology, 2016.

Restoring Sight to the Racially Color Blind
Review of the book The Color Bind: Talking (and not Talking) About Race at Work, by Foldy and Buckley with Richard D. Harvey.
PsycCRITIQUES, 2015.