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 organises many events and activities, including publishing the Economic Journal and the Econometrics Journal and holding the RES Annual Conference, a major international gathering of academic economists.
The Royal Economic Society is a registered charity in England No. 231508 & a charity registered in Scotland: No. SCO43245.
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The RES 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 and the organisation of events such as the RES Training Schools and the Postgraduate Meeting and Job Market. List of RES support.
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The 2014 Annual Conference of the Royal Economic Society will be held at The University of Manchester from Mon 7th April to Wed 9th April 2014.
Keynote Speakers will be David Autor (MIT) EJ lecture; Sendhil Mullainathan (Harvard) Hahn lecture; Hélène Rey (LBS) Sargan lecture. Registration will open in January 2014.
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