The Irish Economic Association operates two types of memberships:
- a corporate fee paid by institutions covering researchers (including students) at that institution
- individual membership available to those not covered by institutional membership.
Members of the IEA receive reduced rates when attending IEA hosted events such as the Irish Economic Association Annual Conference.
Corporate members are listed below:
Central Bank of Ireland
Economic and Social Research Institute
Dept. of Economics, National University of Ireland Galway
Dept. of Economics, Business School, University of Limerick
Dept. of Economics, Finance & Accounting, Maynooth University
Dept. of Economics, Trinity College Dublin
Dept. of Economics, University College Cork.
Irish Fiscal Advisory Council
Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service
Nevin Economic Research Institute
School of Economics, University College Dublin
If you are a member of staff or student at any departments or institutions listed above then your membership of the IEA is covered by the corporate membership.
In all other cases an individual membership is required. The current rates for individual membership of the IEA are
Student €30: Non-Student €90
Those interested in availing of an individual membership should contact the treasurer of the IEA Dr. Adele Bergin at Adele.Bergin@esri.ie.