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Read the latest news and features from the RES, including The Economic Journal and The Econometrics Journal.

The 2nd Conference on Structural Dynamic Models Calls for Papers

  • Published Date: 06 December 2017

The Conferences on Structural Dynamic Models aim to promote and disseminate structural econometric work on dynamic decision processes in... Read more

Video of the 2017 annual public lecture available now

  • Published Date: 06 December 2017

The 2017 Annual Public Lecture took place at the Royal Institution in London on Wednesday 22 November. The Annual Public Lecture was recorded and is... Read more

RES journals to implement new replication policy

  • Published Date: 05 December 2017

That the results of research papers can be easily replicated is commonly regarded as being of central importance and as an integral and essential part... Read more

Special Issue on Econometrics of Networks Published

  • Published Date: 02 December 2017

The Econometrics Journal has published a Special Issue on Econometrics of Networks. The Editorial Board of The Econometrics Journal occasionally... Read more

RES 2017 Annual Public Lecture – University of Manchester

  • Published Date: 29 November 2017

Professor Stephen Machin presents his '“WHY COMMIT CRIME?” Economic incentives for criminal behaviour' in Manchester.   2017 Annual Public... Read more

Royal Economic Society announces support for The CORE Project

  • Published Date: 28 November 2017

The Royal Economic Society (RES) has announced a three-year funding programme for the CORE project. The funds will help to train and build networks of... Read more

RES Undergraduate Video Competition Winners Announced

  • Published Date: 28 November 2017

The Royal Economic Society, in conjunction with the Economics Network, launched an annual video competition earlier this year to encourage... Read more

Live stream the RES 2017 Annual Public Lecture

  • Published Date: 10 November 2017

Tickets for Professor Stephen Machin's '“WHY COMMIT CRIME?” Economic incentives for criminal behaviour' RES Public Lecture have sold out but you can... Read more

Statement from RES Womens’ Committee

  • Published Date: 02 November 2017

Recent coverage of the sexist and discriminatory language used on Economics Job Market Rumours (EJMR) shed an unpleasant light on the treatment that... Read more

Young Economist of the Year Essay Competition: Winners Announced

  • Published Date: 16 October 2017

Winners of the £1000 prize fund have been chosen from over 1000 entries. The Young Economist of the Year Essay Competition received a high level of... Read more

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