Ahead of the EJME, the RES will be hosting a webinar to help candidates prepare. Hear from recruiting departments on what they are looking for, as well as past recruits who will give insights into the EJME.
As previously announced in 2020, the Royal Economic Society will be implementing a new income-related pricing policy for membership from 1 January 2022. Income Based Pricing will link a member’s income to the price they pay for membership.
On 6 October 2021, the Royal Economic Society will host a webinar on the report. This webinar aims to continue the vital discussion on women’s representation in the discipline.
The fund was created to support members who have been particularly affected by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on UK universities and academic departments.
The Royal Economic Society is now inviting applications for the new role of Office Manager.
On Friday 27 August, 9-11am GMT the EEA Education Committee will be hosting a webinar on Teaching and Communicating with Data. The session is open to non-registered participants.
It is with great sadness that we learnt of the death of Professor Konrad Mierendorff on Saturday 7 August 2021 in an accident whilst on holiday.
The Royal Economic Society’s provides grants which further the understanding and application of economics within and beyond academia. To apply, applicants must be RES members.
RES members are invited to propose names for both the RES Council (for the period Spring 2022-2027) and President-Elect for Spring 2023-2024, then President 2024-2025.
Do you want to engage with fellow RES members with similar research interests? The new RES Member directory allows members to create their directory profile and find fellow economists.
In the last month, the Royal Economic Society has published two new videos on our work to promote diversity in the field. Watch them both here.
The 4th European Job Market for Economists (EJME) will be held virtually from Wednesday, December 15 to Saturday, December 18, 2021, co-organised by the Royal Economic Society.
The RES quarterly newsletter for July has now been published, entitled ‘Notes from an online conference’.
The Royal Economic Society is pleased to welcome the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR) and the University of Birmingham as its latest group members.
Through Amazon Smile, RES members and supporters can help the Society raise additional funds for our charitable activities.
The Royal Economic Society (RES) Women’s Committee is looking for female professors and senior economists to mentor female early career researchers for the 2022 Mentoring Retreat.
The Gender Imbalance in UK Economics: Royal Economic Society Women’s Committee Silver Anniversary Report
The economy affects everyone but those studying and researching the economy are unrepresentative of wider society.
On 13 July at 5pm Discover Economics is hosting Discover Economics Careers. This event will showcase the exciting and varied opportunities open to economics graduates.
On 29 June at 7pm the Royal Economic Society and Discover Economics are hosting an event to showcase the contribution of LGBTQI+ economists as Pride Month.
RES Presents was held on June 15. This year RES Presents looked at ‘Brexit, UK and Ireland’.