Australian Capital Territory

Become a Member

Membership of the Economic Society of Australia is open to anyone with an interest in economics.  ESA ACT welcomes people, with an interest in economics, to join and become engaged in the ongoing conversation about economics and its application. We support the Young Economists in the ACT - YE people are requested to join the the local branch.  You are then advised of all activities relating to economics in the Region. 

Membership

Fee:
(includes GST)

Ordinary Membership 

(no journals) includes free to member seminars per year (inc. refreshments), email advice about other economic seminars, briefings and functions in the Canberra Region and information about Australian and international conferences.

$85.00

 

Young Economist Membership

Under 30's. (no journals) includes free to member seminars per year (inc. refreshments), email advice about other economic seminars, briefings and functions in the Canberra Region and information about Australian and international conferences.

$20.00

 

Retired Membership

65 years old or older and no longer in full-time employment can join the ESA (ACT) as a Retired Member with all the same rights as an Ordinary Member at half the annual subscription.

$42.50

Professional Membership

An Ordinary Member may apply to the Management Committee to be a Professional Member of the ESA (ACT), such application to include a statement of tertiary qualifications and professional experience.

$170.00

Institutional Membership

Organisations can join ESA (ACT) and be listed as an Institutional Member on the website and the cost will be related to the number of staff that will be registered as Members.

Please contact
admin@esaact.org.au 

 

OPTIONAL Journal Subscriptions for Members:    
*ER & EP are also available electronically through libraries & workplace on-line subscriptions.

Economic Record - 5 issues (includes Conference Edition)

Hard copy*

RRP is:  $240.00 (approx. – subject to conversion rates) for yearly subscription. 
Issues from 1/7/2013-30/6/2014.

$30.00

Economic Papers - 4 issues – hard copy*

RRP is:  $49.50 for yearly subscription.
Issues from 1/7/2013-30/6/2014.

$24.00

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Membership and Annual Subscriptions Terms and Conditions

4a. General Membership of the ESA (ACT) is open to all accepting its rules and paying its annual subscriptions

b. Membership of the ESA (ACT) is open to anyone, of good character, who is interested in economics. The membership shall consist of Ordinary Members and any of the following classes of members:

Associate Members Including Young Economist members and other persons, as determined from time to time by the Management Committee, shall be eligible to be associate members of the ESA (ACT). Associate members shall not be entitled to vote at meetings of the ESA (ACT).

Life Members Life membership may be conferred, by special resolution of the ESA (ACT) at an Annual General Meeting on the nomination by, and recommendation of the Management Committee, on a member who has rendered long and distinguished service to ESA (ACT) over a period of at least ten (10) years.

Institutional Members An organisation, as determined from time to time by the Management Committee, may be an Institutional Member and may nominate a principal member of the organisation to vote at meetings of the ESA (ACT).

Retired Members An Ordinary Member of the ESA (ACT) who is 65 years old or older and is no longer in full-time employment can join the ESA (ACT) as a Retired Member with all the same rights as an Ordinary Member at half the annual subscription.

Professional Members An Ordinary Member may apply to the Management Committee to be a Professional Member of the ESA (ACT), such application to include a statement of tertiary qualifications and professional experience. An Ordinary Member of the ESA (ACT) may become a Professional Member of the ESA (ACT) if they have:

(a) formal economic education qualifications;

(b) professional economics experience gained over a period of not less than three years; and

(c) approved by a review panel as directed by the Executive

 


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