Welcome to the Royal Economic Society

The Royal Economic Society is one of the oldest and most prestigious economic associations in the world. It is a learned society, founded in 1890 to promote the study of economic science. The Society publishes The Economic Journal and The Econometrics Journal; holds its Annual Conference, a major international gathering of academic economists;  engages with the media and with the policy communities;and supports education, training and career development of economists 
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Support

The Royal Economic Society provides financial and other sources of support to a wide range of economists, including: young economists, undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students, and academic economists and their university departments. Support includes the award of grants and prizes, public and policy lectures and RES Training Schools and PhD Meetings and Job Market. 
Visit our Career and Education section to find out more   
List of RES support.                            
 

Filming the Society Lectures

The Royal Economic Society (RES) has invested in filming its popular lectures from 2012 onwards and has built up a library of webcasts which are freely available to view or use as a teaching resource.
The RES YouTube channel also hosts short video interviews and the latest films from the RES Conference and annual  RES public and policy lectures.  Follow @EJ_RES for alerts to new films.
   
Watch RES Webcasts        RES YouTube       

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    The Economic Journal


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    The Econometrics Journal

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    Royal Economic Society Annual Conference

Headlines

Read the latest briefings on research published July's Economic Journal

Short briefings of the articles published in the July edition of the Economic Journal are now available here including: THE EFFECTS OF REGIONAL TRADE... Read more

BIS requests feedback from analysts on new paper

The UK Government Department Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) has commissioned and published an analytical report that explores the... Read more

Call for Papers: Royal Economic Society. 2017 Annual Conference. University of Bristol, 10-12 April

Submissions of papers and special sessions are invited for the 2017 Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society, taking place from Monday 10 April... Read more

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RES Support

The Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics (CHUDE) comprises Heads of Economics at universities in the UK. CHUDE meetings offer a forum for discussion of issues of interest with government and public sector economists and a vehicle for widening engagement with Economics among schools, colleges and business. CHUDE often acts as the lead for the RES in providing feedback on official consultations. Its Chairperson is co-opted to the Society Executive Committee. More about CHUDE

The Royal Economic Society's Women's Committee aims to identify the current position of women economists in academic departments and in business; to monitor changes in the position of women and to make this data widely available; to support women throughout the economics profession through the establishment of networks and to increase contacts of women in similar situations. More

The RES Newsletter Online  Correspondence, discussion, features and obituaries, with archives from 2004.  Published quarterly by Editor Professor Peter Howells. Read the latest  RES NL here.

  The Economics Network (EN), is a UK national  resource for  the study and teaching of economics, supported both by the RES and UK Universities through CHUDE. Read more about the EN.

"By providing additional support to lecturers and students alike, [the Economics Network] plays an invaluable role in furthering the university study of economics.” - Sir Charles Bean, Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.

Media / Policy

The RES promotes media coverage of its events/activities and distributes media briefings summarising new economic research findings presented at the RES annual conference or published in The Economic Journal. An archive library of briefings on research from 1996 to the current date is also available.

Latest Media briefings from the RES 

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Education and Training

The Royal Economic Society organises events and activities and provides financial and other resources to support the education, training and career development of economists. See the careers/education page for more detail.

Financial support

Grants/Fellowships

Competitions & Prizes

Activities

Career/Education

Postgraduate Economists/Junior Researchers

Academic Economists/Departments of Economics

Undergraduate Economists

Young Economists

Events & Conferences

The RES organises, supports and films a variety of events throughout the year.

See full Events list featuring Events and Workshops sponsored and funded by the RES and academic events organised by other organisations
See Conference Diary
for Calls for papers, workshops and Conference listings

Competitions and Prizes

We offer four annual journal prizes and the students essay competition as well as prizes and competitions from other organisations which may be of interest to our members. More. 


Membership

The Royal Economic Society has approximately 3,500 individual members, of whom 60 per cent live outside the United Kingdom. Join the Society online and get free submission to The Economic Journal, immediate access to articles in The Economic Journal and The Econometrics Journal online, plus instant access to member-only areas of the website.

Read more about the benefits of RES membership

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