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Allied Societies

WEAI Annual and International Conferences regularly include participation by Allied Societies. Allied Societies organize anywhere from just a few sessions to an entire conference including membership and board meetings. Whether your group is long-established or simply part of an emerging specialty, WEAI can help bring your members together and increase your visibility within the discipline.

Recent Allied Societies include:

Additional societies that have met with WEAI in past years include the AEA Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession (CSMGEP), American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts, Association for Comparative Economic Studies, Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture, Association of Indian Economics and Financial Studies, American Rehabilitation Economics Association, Association for Social Economics, Athenian Policy Forum, Canadian Agricultural Economics Society, Chinese Economic Association of North America (CEANA)Economics of National Security Association (ENSA), Economists for Peace and Security, Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis (SBCA), Society of Government Economists, and the Western Agricultural Economic Association.

Questions? Call 714-965-8800 or e-mail for more information.

Why should your group consider meeting with WEAI?
  • WEAI staff with more than 50 years combined experience takes care of negotiating room rates and function space with the hotel, A/V, etc. You simply submit your complete session information to the WEAI office.
  • We treat your members like our members. All participants in your sessions may register at the WEAI member rate.
  • You pick the times and dates of your sessions per availability.
  • We schedule your sessions in contiguous meeting rooms to the extent practicable.
  • We will schedule your food and beverage functions, board meetings, and members meetings, in addition to your sessions.
  • We can help ease conference organization during transition periods within your association because your officers will be working with permanent WEAI employees.