INOMICS is proud to partner with a variety of reputable scientific and research organizations and blogs from all over the world, with the aim of promoting research and knowledge exchange at the highest level. If you would like to become part of the INOMICS network or to become one of our partners, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
INOMICS Network Partners
Supranational grouping of national and regional science associations across Europe.
A network for the exchange of ideas and experiences within the interrelated fields of banking and financial history (Europe-Wide).
The AEA was founded over a century ago and remains the preeminent association for academics and others working in the field of economics in the U.S. and around the world. The AEA publishes the American Economic Review and hosts an annual meeting, which includes a job placement service.
AMHE was founded in 1998 in order to stimulate and promote teaching, research, publication and dissemination of economics topics and to contribute to the preservation of the essential historical sources on the economic history of Mexico.
The International Association of Energy Economics is a global nonprofit professional organization, which strives to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas, experiences and issues among professionals interested in energy economics.
Research & Online Networks
The ACRN Oxford Academic Research Network was originally founded as a joint venture by three leading European business schools from Austria, Finland and the UK - to host academic conferences and summer schools in the social and managerial sciences and to advance methodological know-how for doctoral students.
Pinggu is an Economics Forum founded by the Renmin University of China School of Economics in 2003. It has expanded to include online education and a consulting website. It is now the biggest domestic forum for subjects such as economic, management, finance, statistics.
The International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences is an independent nonprofit institution, which was founded to promote research and disseminate knowledge. Its goal is to facilitate communication and open discussion between scholars, researchers and practitioners interested in social and economic sciences.
New Economic Papers is an announcement service that filters information on new additions to RePEc into edited reports, providing subscribers with up-to-date information on the research literature.
The official INOMICS blog regularly publishes useful resources, articles and research updates for academics and students.
In Economic Intelligence, Olaf Storbeck, the International Economics Correspondent of the German Handelsblatt, writes about research in economics (UK).
Tiempo Económico is a blog with information on economics and social sciences, created by the Mexican researcher Isaac Leobardo Sánchez Juárez, a tenured professor at the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez and a member of the National System of Researchers and the American Economic Association. Its mission is to disseminate ideas from research in this area, particularly problems affecting Mexico and Latin America.
A web-platform that publishes articles and opinions from top German-speaking economists (Germany).
Lázló Kóczy's blog on game theory and math games (Hungary)
Ivan Kitov's blog on "mechanical macroeconomics" (Russia).
Information about seminars and conferences in the social sciences.