Megan Stevenson, an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law, and Margaret Shin, a J.D. Candidate at the same school, recently put together a new reading list of Black economists writing about crime and criminal justice.

“In a field where minority voices are often underrepresented, this project seeks to highlight the contributions of Black economists in research on crime and criminal justice,” the document states. “This reading list is intended to be a resource for scholars, policymakers, and journalists who seek a diverse understanding on the nexus of economics and criminal justice reform.”

See the full reading list below.