Join SASE!

To join SASE or renew your membership, or to register for the 2024 conference, please visit our membership and registration portal:

Membership and registration portal

Registration deadline for the 2024 conference: 31 May 2024

Early bird deadline: April 15.

(The paper submissions deadline was 19 January).

SASE membership confers all of the advantages of access to a vibrant, diverse intellectual community. In addition to participating in an active network of scholars exploring issues in socio-economics from a variety of different angles, you will receive a subscription to our flagship journal, the Socio-Economic Review. Membership is also required to attend our Annual Meeting. 

2024 SASE membership and conference fees:


Regular Rate

Early-bird rate (register before 15 April 2024)


OECD Regular



OECD Emeritus



OECD Student registration



Non-OECD Regular



Non-OECD Emeritus



Non-OECD Student



Community-sponsored reduced fee



Auditor registration

Membership only (see below for rates)

Membership only (see below for rates)

Faculty and staff from host institution (University of Limerick)

Membership only (see below for rates)

Membership only (see below for rates)

Virtual participation

Membership only (see below for rates)

Membership only (see below for rates)

*All rates are in USD, and include membership dues (required to participate in the conference) and conference registration fees, as well as all coffee breaks and the welcome reception. Lunches and the conference dinner will be ticketed separately (rates TBD).

Cancellation policy: SASE shall retain $50 of the registration fee in the event of a member cancelling conference participation within 30 days of the conference start date. Membership dues are non-refundable, except in the case of an unsuccessful visa application. 

Membership dues (do not include conference registration)



OECD Regular

$180 ($340 for 2 years)

OECD Emeritus


OECD Student




Please note: fees for 2024 are indeed higher than they were for 2023. Multiple SASE conferences of late have operated at a loss (2018, 2019 was positive by a hair’s breadth, 2020, and 2023), and thus the fees needed to be revised for the sustainability of the organization. Details can be found in our financial reports. The Executive Council is actively working to make the conference more accessible, notably to members from the Global South. Details about this will be communicated before the 2024 conference.

Questions? Email Annelies Fryberger at