The RES 2021 Annual Conference included 130 sessions drawing speakers and delegates from across the world. A number of sessions and papers were covered in the media during and after the conference.
For participants who missed or wish to re-watch a special session or keynote lecture, they can be viewed on demand via the Conference platform.
The Royal Economic Society and the Government Economic Service have announced a new partnership where economists working in departments across HM Government will become RES members.
The RES has made awards totalling over £150k following the first round of applications to its COVID Academic Support fund.
Applications are now open for round 2 of RES COVID Academic Support fund, to support members who have been particularly affected by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on UK universities and academic departments.
For the 2021 Annual Conference, RES have launched a platform for attendees.
The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) is launching the Next Generation Economics Competition to promote diversity in economics.
Mervyn King, Rachel Glennerster and Jean Tirole to speak at inaugural lunchtime chats
Voting in the RES Council Elections 2021 now open
The Economic Journal recognises the contribution of exceptional referees with its annual referee prize.
The Conference Grant scheme is now open and will close on Monday 15 February.
Applications are now open for the RES COVID Academic Support fund.
Knowledge transfer grant scheme amongst changes from 2021.
Price rises capped; prices frozen for students and retired.
RES announces major new support fund for UK academic economists.
Marco Minasi-Smith has his essay published in the FT.