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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47) The ASSA is a group of more than 50 different organizations that are recognized by the American Economic Association as having a direct connection to economics.
After David Kinley (1913) devoted his American Economic Association presidential address to 'Objections to a Monetary Standard Based on Index Numbers' that is, his vehement objections to Fisher's compensated dollar plan--Kinley's name appeared only infrequently in Fisher's later writings, which tended to attribute the 1896 estimate to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the 1910 estimate to the National Monetary Commission.
Esta base constituye la bibliografia electronica de la American Economic Association (aea) fundada en 1865 para incentivar la investigacion economica, los asuntos relacionados con las publicaciones sobre temas economicos y la libertad de la discusion economica.
In October, over 650 economists, including five Nobel Prize winners and six past presidents of the American Economic Association, said in a joint statement that increasing federal and state minimum wages "can significantly improve the lives of low-income workers and their families, without the adverse effects that critics have claimed.
holding economists selected randomly from the ranks of the American Economic Association.
On the topic of mentorship, the American Economic Association for the past 33 years has hosted a summer program for minority students to introduce them to the rigors of first- and second-year study in master's and doctorate programs in economics.
He is a Fellow of the British Academy, of the Econometric Society, and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, as well as an ex-Vice President of the American Economic Association.
On a personal note, Joe's considerable experience provided unusually helpful advice to me when I was offered the opportunity to serve the American Economic Association in a capacity similar to his position at the SEA.
She has also served with numerous other business, professional, academic, civic, and charitable organizations, including the American Economic Association, Institute of Management Accountants, International Women's Forum, American Economic Association, Economic Association of Memphis, University of Memphis, Memphis Area Chamber of Commerce, Memphis Youth Initiative, and Memphis Partners.
Vickrey knew there were "some details to be worked out"--as he said in his presidential address to the American Economic Association in 1993--but he was also confident that his goal was "sound and workable" (American Economic Review, March 1993, p.
Simon was a Fellow or member of many prominent professional and academic organizations, including the National Academy of Sciences, the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Economic Association, the American Psychological Association, the Econometric Society, the International Academy of Management, and Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi.
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