The Association for Social Economics publishes two Journals, the Review of Social Economy (founded in 1942) and the Forum for Social Economics (founded in 1971).

Membership in the Association includes online access to current and previously published volumes of each journal. Members may also subscribe to print editions at a special members-only rate.

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The Review of Social Economy aims to promote interdisciplinary perspectives on economic behaviour, institutions and outcomes at both micro and systemic levels, and to strengthen the connections between economics and related disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, including philosophy, political science, and sociology.

The Forum for Social Economics, founded in 1971, is a high-quality peer-reviewed (double-blind), international academic journal sponsored by the Association for Social Economics (ASE). It is committed to the development of social economics as a values-based, complex and policy-oriented science in the service of the common good.