The Royal Economic Society would like to highlight a number of upcoming events which you or members of your networks may be interested in attending.
On 11 October 2021 the Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to Professor Guido Imbens, Professor David Card and Professor Joshua Angrist for research using natural experiments which ‘can be used to answer central questions for society’.
The awards ceremony for the 2021 Young Economist of the Year Competition was held at Imperial College London on 20 October.
The Royal Economic Society quarterly newsletter for October has now been published, entitled ‘The Changing Climate’. Members will have received a copy by email or post.
Members are now invited to select their new membership price.
The 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics has been awarded to Guido Imbens, David Card and Joshua Angrist.
As part of Black History Month, Discover Economics is hosting a live event featuring guest speakers from TikTok, the African Development Bank and Goldman Sachs.
Deadline for Call for Paper is Sunday 7 November 2021at 23.59 (GMT)
On 6 October 2021, the Royal Economic Society hosted a webinar on the RES Women’s Committee’s report The Gender Imbalance in UK Economics.
Each year the Royal Economic Society asks Year 12 and 13 students to submit an essay for The Young Economist of the Year Essay Competition, with this year’s competition open to those studying A-Level, International Baccalaureate (IB) or Scottish Highers qualifications.
The RES Women’s Committee hold an annual Mentoring Programme, offering early career female researchers with the opportunity to attend an online mentoring programme.
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.