It's got a kitchen-sink-regression feel to it, but I think it's interesting because we look at some outcomes you don't always see (like time to full time employment). And the findings are striking and important: black high school graduates do about as well as white drop-outs, and the difference between grads and drop outs is bigger for blacks than whites.
We should be hearing back from our JEBO resubmission on payday loan use and other "alternative financial services" any day now. I'm awaiting the referees on my Notes and Records of the Royal Society paper. Otherwise I'm focused on making sure that my class papers this semester are written such that I can send them in somewhere without much additional work this winter (to some kind of policy analysis/labor journal for my econometrics paper and a household/family economics journal for my gender paper).