Members are asked to note that the application deadline for grants to attend Conferences taking place in June, July, August, September or beyond, is... Read more
RES Young Economist of the Year essay competition deadline for essays to be uploaded has been extended to midnight Sunday 30 June (was Mon 24... Read more
In the April 2012 RES Newsletter, Diane Coyle reported on a conference sponsored by the Bank of England and the UK’s Government Economic Service to... Read more
Follow the latest news on the 2012 RES Young Economist of the Year Essay Competition.
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Keynote Lectures and some Special Sessions at the RES Annual Conference are filmed and posted as webcasts on the RES web-site. Other webcasts are also produced – for example, from the RES Annual Public Lecture.
The response to on-going financial instability has moved well beyond regulatory reform and is increasingly focusing on issues of culture, purpose,... Read more
RES-York Summer School on Game Theory jointly supported by the Royal Economic Society and the Department of Economics and Related Studies, University... Read more
“Twenty Years after Cadbury, Ten Years after Sarbanes-Oxley: Challenges of Corporate Governance” on 24-25 June 2013 at the School of Management,... Read more
The RES publishes Media Briefings based on current work published in the Economic Journal or presented at the Annual Conference - follow latest Media Briefings.
The 2012 RES Annual Public Lecture will be given by Chris Pissarides, Nobel prize winning Professor at the London School of Economics on 22 November in London and 5 December at the University of York. Link to the Public Lecture for more information and to watch the webcasts of previous RES Public lectures.
The 2012 Policy Lecture was given by Professor Nick Crafts on Returning to Growth: Lessons from History on Wednesday 17th October at the Bloomsbury Theatre, UCL, London. Slides and further details.