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The Economics Network aims to enhance the quality of learning and teaching throughout the higher education economics community.

"By providing additional support to lecturers and students alike, [the Economics Network] plays an invaluable role in furthering the university study of economics.” - Charlie Bean, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England

To subscribe to the Economics Network, please complete this form. If you have any queries, please contact Ashley.

Some of the benefits for subscribers:

  • Priority access, booking and reduced prices for all Network events, including workshops for early careers academics, the Developments in Economics Education conference and thematic one day conferences.
  • Advice, support and consultancy for internal departmental workshops and away days.
  • Liaison with subscribing institutions' central training programmes to negotiate part exemption for individuals' attending the Network's early careers workshops.
  • Opportunities to take part in Network research activities.
  • Join our community in promoting economics as a discipline including:
    • encouraging the study of economics;
    • discussing and critically reviewing economics curricula.

Subscribing departments

This list is correct as of 11 February 2020.

University of Bristol
(which also hosts the Network)
University of Birmingham
University College London
University of East Anglia
University of Aberdeen
Aston University
Birmingham City University
Bournemouth University
City, University of London
Coventry University
De Montfort University
University of Dundee
University of Edinburgh
University of Exeter
University of Greenwich
Heriot-Watt University
Imperial College London
University of Kent
King's College London
Lancaster University
University of Leeds
London School of Economics and Political Science
University of Manchester
Newcastle University
New College of the Humanities
Northampton University
University of Northumbria
Nottingham Trent University
Open University
Oxford Brookes University
University of Portsmouth
Queen Mary, University of London
Queen's University Belfast
University of Sheffield
University of Surrey
Swansea University
Ulster University
University of Warwick
University of York


Learned societies

We gratefully acknowledge funding and support from:

The Royal Economic Society
The Scottish Economic Society