American Economic Association


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American Economic Association

A professional organization for academics who specialize in the study of economics. It publishes several journals, in addition to sponsoring conferences, encouraging research, and hosting a job fair. It was established in 1885 in New York; its business office is in Tennessee.
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As of 2012, there were 55 associations in related disciplines affiliated with the American Economic Association, including Omicron Delta Epsilon.
In 1911, the American Economic Association began publishing quarterly the American Economic Review.
Report of the Proceedings of the American Economic Association at the Fifth Annual Meeting, Chautauqua, N.
The American Economic Association was founded to provide a more scientific and scholarly approach to the same questions that George addressed.
Our survey instrument was sent to 3,000 randomly-selected members of the American Economic Association in 1993, who held academic positions.
He also was the founding Co-Editor and then Editor of the Journal of Economic Perspectives, a leading journal published by the American Economic Association.
He has been vice-president and member of the executive committee of the American Economic Association, was president of the Association of Public Policy and Management, and has been a member of the boards of directors of the College Retirement Equity Fund and Georgetown University.
Thousands of economists have gathered in San Diego for the annual American Economic Association meeting, drawing some of the biggest names in the profession as well as top policymakers.
In an effort to improve the process, the American Economic Association (AEA), the leading professional organization for economists, began publishing Job Openings for Economists in 1974.
He was recently elected to a high competitive office in the American Economic Association.
While this list only touches on the many activities in which Young was engaged, it is a representative sample of Young's varied endeavors, which included serving as President of the American Economic Association in 1925.
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