Association for Evolutionary Economics The Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) is an international organization of economists and other social scientists devoted to analysis of economies as evolving, socially constructed and politically governed systems. AFEE Facebook page.
Association for Heterodox Economics AHE is a learned society which aims to promote open and tolerant debate in economics through a pluralist approach to theory, method, and ideology. AHE Facebook page.
Association for Social Economics The ASE welcomes academics and practitioners who regard economic behavior to be the result of complex social interactions with ethical consequences. ASE Facebook page.
Economists for Peace and Security EPS evaluates the economic impacts of security policies, and the security impacts of economic policies, promoting non-military solutions to world challenges. EPS Facebook page. EPS-UK publishes the The Economics of Peace and Security Journal and all articles are open access after 24 months.
International Association for Feminist Economics IAFFE is a continually expanding group of scholars, policy professionals, students, advocates and activists interested in empowering and improving the well-being of women and other under-represented groups around the world. IAFFE Facebook page.
Union for Radical Political Economics Its mission is to promote the study, development and application of radical political economic analysis to social problems. URPE appears to have two Facebook pages, one managed by URPE and another where those who have joined the URPE Facebook group can post.
World Economics Association fills a gap in the international community of economists — the absence of a truly international, inclusive, pluralist, professional association. The WEA has three journals with articles available for free download. See these and other free resources on the WEA front page. The WEA has a Young Economists Facebook page.
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