The Society runs/works in partnership on the following annual events:
The Society invites applications from researchers for its Small Grants Scheme. Grants of up to £500 are available for PhD students for conference travel expenses and up to £2,000 for other projects. Please download the application form as [DOCX] or [PDF]
The 2017 Annual Conference is planned for April 2017 in Perth. The Society welcomes papers and proposals for organised sessions from all areas of Economics, Economic Policy and Econometrics from academics and practitioners regardless of sector.
The Society places particular emphasis on the application of economics to policy and there will be invited sessions in separate policy and pedagogy streams. Wednesday's events have been re-designed to provide a well-rounded sub-programme for day delegates and contain sessions that aim to support PhD students and young lecturers.
Please see the conference page for details.
The aim of this workshop is to introduce delegates to CORE, including what differentiates it from other first year economics principles modules, and the impact its implementation has on teaching. Presenters will share their experiences of teaching CORE in a number of universities and address both the benefits and difficulties of implementing such a course. Delegates will also be introduced to the additional resources available for teachers, as well as given examples of how the material has been used in the classroom in a variety of settings.
This workshop will be hosted by the University of Glasgow and supported by the Scottish Economic Society.
Find out more about CORE at core-econ.org
The traditional Scottish Government Economic Policy Forum is planned for October 2016 at the Scottish Government offices in Edinburgh.
Last year's Student Teacher Event was held at the Perth concert hall, Perth, on November 1st, 2016.
Information on this year's STE will follow.