Association for Social Economics (ASE) – “Social economics is the study of the ethical and social causes and consequences of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy. The fields of research promoted by the Association for Social Economics include the mutual relationships among ethics, social values, concepts of social justice, and the social dimensions of economic life.”
European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) – “The European Business Ethics Network supports initiatives at cross-European, National and regional levels. We have 18 National Networks established in several countries. There are active groups in over 40 countries and always the possibility of forming more established National EBEN Networks.”
European SPES Institute – “The European SPES Institute is an international network of individuals and organizations promoting spirituality in economic and social life. It is our belief at the European SPES Institute that spiritually motivated actors who define success in multidimensional and holistic terms may serve the common good of nature, future generations and society.”
History of Economics Society (HES) – “Since its formal establishment in 1974, the History of Economics Society has committed itself to encouraging interest, fostering scholarship, and promoting discussion among scholars and professionals in the field of the history of economics and related disciplines. ”
International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE) – “The ISEE assists its members and ecological economists, regional societies of ecological economics, related societies, and other organizations in such matters of common concern as can be dealt with more effectively by united action. To this end, the Society publishes a research journal, books, and other materials; holds and sponsors scientific meetings; develops educational materials; and facilitates a voice for ecological economists in public forums.”
Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) – “The Institute for New Economic Thinking is dedicated to the rigorous pursuit of innovative economic theories and methods that address society’s most pressing concerns. We are building a global community with thousands of new economic thinkers through our grantees and research networks, partnerships with leading universities and institutions, high-profile events, and growing student movements.
Philosophy-Economics Network “The main objective of the Philosophy-Economics Network is to promote and facilitate interactions between philosophy and economics on contemporary issues, and to circulate relevant information. It organizes biannual conferences on Economic Philosophy.”