Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics

Website: https://sase.org/

Founded in 1989, the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) is an international, inter-disciplinary organization with members in over 50 countries on five continents. The academic disciplines represented in SASE include economics, sociology, political science, management, psychology, law, history, and philosophy. The membership of SASE also includes business people and policy makers in government and international organizations.

The purpose of SASE is to advance the understanding of economic behavior across a broad range of academic disciplines; to support the intellectual exploration of economic behavior and its policy implications within the context of societal, institutional, historical, philosophical, psychological, and ethical factors; and to balance inductive and deductive approaches to the study of economic behavior at both micro and macro levels of analysis.


Socio-Economic Review

The Officers and Executive Council of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) are delighted to announce that SASE has contracted with Oxford University Press for the publication of a new journal entitled "Socio-Economic Review." The first issue of the Journal is scheduled for the spring of 2003. Alexander Hicks (Emory University, USA) and David Marsden (London School of Economics, UK) will be the founding co-editors of the journal. They will be assisted by an Advisory Committee and by a larger Editorial Board comprised of academics representing many different disciplines and from several different countries.