|The Society of Business Economists (SBE) is the leading organisation serving business economists in the UK. As a member you will gain access to a network of more than 600 professional economists. |
|The Society offers a programme of evening and lunchtime meetings at which guest speakers discuss and debate current economic issues, with ample time for questions and discussion (and normally, after evening meetings, the opportunity to dine with the speaker). |
Other activities include an annual dinner, seminars and a summer conference; and the Society also offers an annual essay prize. Members receive the Society's journal three times a year, a monthly newsletter, and a yearbook containing a full listing of the Society's members.
|SBE members represent a broad spectrum of business life, spanning the City, commerce and industry, consultancies, the public sector, business schools and universities. |
The Society welcomes both established economists and younger members, including recent graduates and students intending to follow a career in economics. Most professional economists will join as full members; there is a reduced subscription rate for students undertaking an undergraduate or master's degree with substantial economics content.
|New for 2014 is SBE Affiliate status. Affiliate status is available for those who are not eligible for membership. SBE Affiliates will have access to all meetings, events and masterclasses; they will not have voting rights or access to the Society’s membership list. |
|Membership is normally individual and non-transferable. To join or for more information please download the relevant files below. |
|The SBE is administered by a Secretariat under the direction of the Secretary, Katie Abberton. |