ASE @ 2023 ASSA Meetings in New Orleans
Due to unprecedented constraints, the following activities are postponed to a future (to be determined) date and time: 1. General Business and Membership Meeting (Friday,
ASSA 2023 Annual Meeting: Registration, ASE Sessions, and Other Updates
The ASSA 2023 Annual Meeting will be in New Orleans, Louisiana from January 5-8, 2023 and registrations are now being accepted via the AEA website. The
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Contact Information for Membership and Outreach Coordinators
The ASE contact page has been updated to include the contact information for the individual coordinators of the ASE social media accounts, listerv, and newsletter.
ASE Members: Submit your Research Achievements!
The ASE Membership and Outreach Committee will begin compiling an annual report summarizing the collective research achievements of the ASE Membership. By logging in to
ASE General Election Announcement
Congratulations to the following individuals on the following election results to take effect as of 2023: President: Darrick Hamilton President-Elect: Barbara Hopkins Vice President: Belinda
ASE Webinar on State-Sponsored Violence
On behalf of the ASE, we would like to thank Dr. William Oliver and Ayana Best for their presentations on the social and economic implications
ASE Webinar on “How to do ‘interdisciplinary’ research”
Amitava Dutt, Sara Stevano, and Lisa Herzog – members of the editorial board of the Review of Social Economy – gave a talk about how
ASE Webinar on Policy-Related Research
Paolo Ramazzotti, managing editor of the Forum for Social Economics, gave a talk about how to undertake policy-related research. Aimed at junior scholars, the session was
ASE Webinar on Publishing and the Publication Process
Roberto Veneziani, co-editor of the Review of Social Economy, gave a talk about publishing and the publication process. This talk was aimed at junior scholars
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