Frontier Economics joins the Royal Economic Society

Frontier is delighted to become one of the first Institutional members of the Royal Economic Society (RES), alongside the Bank of England and the Government Economic Service.

The RES, one of the world’s oldest economic associations, was created to further the study of economic science and publishes two major journals, The Economics Journal and The Econometrics Journal.

Frontier Director, Dan Elliott notes:

“Frontier Economics is excited to be one of the first Institutional Members of the RES. We see our membership, first and foremost, as a way for Frontier to support the excellent work of the Society and the academic economics profession more generally. But we also see the IM scheme providing an important conduit for the exchange of ideas between academic and professional economists.”

You can find out more about the work of the RES here.