Economics, Business and Enterprise Association (EBEA)
The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association represents teachers and lecturers of economics, business studies and related subjects in schools and colleges throughout the UK. The EBEA website provides news about the Association and current projects, events, conferences and workshops. Also provides links to related economics and business education sites.International Association for Statistical Education
The International Association for Statistical Education was set up in 1991 as an arm of the International Statistical Institute "devoted to the development and improvement of statistical education on a worldwide basis". The site has comprehensive membership details and a complete listing of all IASE members. There is full-text access to the IASE Review and reports from meetings. Some of the information on the site is available in French.Royal Economic Society
The Royal Economic Society is a professional association which promotes the encouragement of the study of economic science in academic life, government service, banking, industry and public affairs. Currently it has over 3000 individual members, of whom 60 per cent live outside the United Kingdom. The structure and organization of the society is available along with membership details. There is a conference diary, details about grants and fellowships; journals (The Economic Journal and the Econometrics Journal) and publications information. A section of the site is devoted to CHUDE (Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics) which promotes the study and teaching of economics in the UK. Media briefings and news can also be accessed.Royal Statistical Society
The Royal Statistical Society was founded in 1834 and currently has over 6000 members in the UK and elsewhere. The site contains information about the Society: membership details, activities, local and special interest groups and news.Scottish Economic Society
The Scottish Economic Society provides a forum for discussion of Scottish economic issues, and promotes the study and teaching of economics in the widest sense, following the Scottish tradition of political economy inspired by Adam Smith. It publishes the Scottish Journal of Political Economy (Blackwell), holds annual lectures, offers studentships and hosts an annual conference.