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    Established in 1885, the American Economic Association (AEA) is a not-for-profit scholarly organization which promotes economic research. The AEA publishes three economics journals: the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Literature, and the Journal of Economic Perspectives. It also publishes EconLit, which is a database of economics articles from many different sources.

    The American Finance Association is an academic organization whose focus is the study and promotion of knowledge of financial economics. It was formed in 1939. Its main publication, the Journal of Finance, was first published in 1946.

    The American Statistical Association (ASA) is a scientific and educational society founded in 1839 with the following mission: to promote excellence in the application of statistical science across the wealth of human endeavor.

    The Econometric Society is an international society for the advancement of economic theory in its relation to statistics and mathematics. The main activities of the Society are the publication of the journal Econometrica, the publication of a research Monograph Series and the organization of scientific meetings in six regions of the world.

    EurOMA was originally formed as a UK group in 1984, and rapidly grew into Europe's leading professional association for those involved in Operations Management. The Europe wide dimension led to the forming of the European Operations Management Association in October 1993.

    The European Accounting Association (EAA), established in 1977, aims to link together the Europe-wide community of accounting scholars and researchers, to provide a platform for the wider dissemination of European accounting research, and to foster and improve research.

    The European Association for Research in Industrial Economics (EARIE) was created in 1974 with the aim of providing a professional society for academics and practitioners with an interest in the field of Industrial Economics.

    The European Association of Labour Economists was founded in 1989 in order to promote the advancement of knowledge in the field of labour economics in Europe and elsewhere. Its activities include the organisation of international conferences and workshops, the promotion of the study and application of labour economics, the formation of international groups concerned with research and teaching, and support to publications in the field of labour economics.

    The European Economic Association (EEA) is an international scientific body, with membership open to all persons involved or interested in economics. The EEA holds annual congresses. The Journal of the European Economic Association (JEEA) is the official Journal of the EEA.

    The European Finance Association (EFA) was created in 1974 with the aim of providing a professional society for academics and practitioners with an interest in financial management, financial theory and its application. EFA serves as a focal point of communication for its members residing in Europe and abroad. It also provides a framework for better dissemination of information and exchange at the international level.

    European Financial Management Association was founded in 1994 to encourage research and disseminate knowledge about financial decision making in all areas of finance as it relates to European corporations, financial institutions and capital markets. To achieve its objectives, the European Financial Management Association provides its membership with a refereed journal, the European Financial Management, and holds Annual Meetings at which members exchange ideas, present and discuss their research.

    The European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) is an international network for management research and teaching that includes more than 40.000 management scientists from all over the world.

    The European Regional Science Association (ERSA) is one of three supraregional groupings of individual national and international sections or associations which together constitute the Regional Science Association International (RSAI). The other two supraregional groupings are the North American and the Pacific Regional Science Associations. RSAI has a world-wide membership of over 3000 of whom more than one third are resident in Europe.

    The Financial Management Association International (FMA) was established in 1970 and has become the global leader in developing and disseminating knowledge about financial decision making. FMA's members include academicians and practitioners across the world.

    The Royal Economic Society is one of the oldest and most prestigious economic associations in the world. It is a professional association promoting the encouragement of the study of economic science in academic life, government service, banking, industry and public affairs.