The RES provides a variety of forms of financial support. See a summary of grants and fellowships for more details.
On the left hand menu of the current page, you will find links to application forms for a number of RES schemes and grants.
Links to departments of Economics in UK universities and to centres of economic research.
Links to working papers in Economics published in the UK.
Information on sources of funding for researchers in Economics.
The RES has supported an unusual economics educational project to provide teaching economics resources through the 'Beyond the Bike 2015 The Next Revolution' project. UK teacher Stuart Block, former economist in the City has spent the 2015-2016 year cycling to China on a tandem following ancient and new ‘silk roads’ with his girlfriend and fellow teacher, Claire Le Hur. Keeping the back seat of the tandem free for those they meet en route, Claire will be riding a bamboo bike, built by an African social enterprise. In 2015 they started their journey in East Africa following the journey of key natural resources used in smartphones, such as Copper and Gold, along their supply chains to resource- hungry Asia, in particular China.
Using smartphones to record the adventure, partnering with Fairphone (a mobile phone company which puts social values first), they have explored the shifting balance of power in the world economy, and other geographical, historical and linguistic themes in an educational project aimed at students worldwide. Aiming to engage students with global issues and connect classrooms throughout the world they are producing blogs, videos, skype lessons and other educational resources through Tutor2u, examining themes that have helped shape economic development over the centuries, including trade, technology and education.
TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT, PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE:http://www.beyondthebike.org/
As well as publishing the Economic Journal and the Econometrics Journal, the RES is responsible for the publication of Scholarly Editions including work by Keynes, Ricardo, Malthus, Marshall, and Edgeworth and offers discounted prices on its publications to RES members.
Paperback and downloadable editions of The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes (30 volumes) are now available from Cambridge University Press with special discounts available for RES members.
The RES has supported the Economists’ Papers site for many years, providing an updated version of 'Economists' Papers, 1750-2000; A Guide to Archive and other Manuscript Sources for the History of British and Irish Economic Thought'. View the Economists' Papers
Archives of the Royal Economic Society institutional papers from its genesis are kept at the British Library of Economic and Political Science Archive together with those of the Economic Journal. Researchers are welcome to contact the LSE Library to access the archives. The documents are available for consultation in the Library's Reading Room. For further information about the holdings please contact the Archives and Special Collections Team (email@example.com).
A handlist detailing the files can be accessed here. Amongst other things the archive contains Minute books, cash books, ledgers, registers of members 1890-1980.
Papers relating to the Economic Journal including: management files; correspondence with contributors; and, published and rejected articles.
A full Set of the Economic Journal, 1891-2004.
Austin Robinson files regarding RES, including a list of fellows (1906), files from the 1940s-50s, and, files relating to the revision of the bye-laws in 1967.
Donald Winch (economic historian and RES Publications Secretary) files regarding RES, 1959-2005.
'The works and correspondence of David Ricardo', volumes 1-11, Piero Sraffa with the collaboration of M H Dobb (eds.), 1966.
View information on sources of economic data.
Links to job postings from Econjobmarket.org.
Links to websites advertising job openings in Economics.