Belinda Reyes

Belinda Reyes

Belinda Reyes

Associate Professor

Office: EP 424
Phone: (415) 338-6160

Faculty Biography

  • B.A., Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Ph.D., Economics, University of California at Berkeley

Demographics, education, immigration, urban economics, opportunity youth, and the social and economic progress of Latinx in the United States. Her work explores the intersection of demographic change and policy to examine institutional policies and practices that limit opportunities and perpetuate unequal outcomes for people of color.

  • LTNS 470: Latina/Latino Immigration to the United States
  • LTNS 415: Economic Progress of Latinos in the U.S.
  • Chair RTP
  • "Department by Laws"

Last 10-years

  • Reyes, Belinda and Umadevi Senguttuvan (2018). Latino Students in Higher Education: Identifying Critical Issues and New Possibilities at a Multiethnic Teaching Institution, in Hispanic College Students Move Forward: Policies, Planning, and Progress in Promoting Access.  Edited by, Acereda, Alberto, Estela Bensimón, Alfredo G. de los Santos Jr., Gary Francisco Keller, Laura J. Rendón, and Richard J. Tannenbaum, N.Y.: SUNY Press.
  • Reyes, B., and Elias Lopez, (2016). Social Lending as a tool for credit improvement for the underbanked,” Communities & BankingFederal Research Bank of Boston,….
  • Bohn, S., Reyes,,B., & Johnson,H. (2013). The Impact of Budget Cuts on California Community Colleges. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California Report.
  • Reyes, B., Lopez, E., Phillips, S., & Schroeder, K.(2013). Replicating Lending Circles: Lessons Learned from Five Bay Area Communities. San Francisco: César E. Chávez Institute Report.
  • Reyes, B., Lopez, E., Phillips, S., & Schroeder, K.(2013). Building Credit for the Underbanked: Social Lending as a Tool for Credit Improvement. San Francisco: César E. Chávez Institute Report.
  • Reyes, Belinda and Max Neiman (2011).  “System of Elections, Latino Representation, and School Policy in Central California Schools,” in Latinos and the Economy: Integration and Impact in Schools, Labor Markets, and Beyond, editors David Leal and Steve Trejo, Springer.
  • Reyes, B., & Nakagawa, M. (2011).  “Young Latino and African Americans Males: Their Characteristics, Outcomes, and Social Conditions.” In Edley, C., & Ruiz de Velasco, J. (Eds), Building Healthy Communities: Improving Education, Social, and Economic Outcomes for Young Men and Boys of Color. University of California Press & California Digital Library.
  • Neiman, M., Reyes, B., Fraga, L., & Krimm, D.(2010).  The Impact of Diversity on California’s School Boards: Latino Representation, District Problems, Priorities and Policies. San Francisco: CCI Policy Series.

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