Association for Social Economics (ASE)

Logo of the Centre for Responsible Banking and FinanceUniversity of St. Andrews School of Management, UK

“The CRBF aims to better understand current issues and challenges facing corporates, financial institutions and financial markets. A particular feature of the centre is its orientation toward empirical research which increases an understanding of corporate governance, social, environmental, ethical and trust issues for financial and non-financial firms.”

Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP)

Logo of the Center for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP)ERSC funded research center, UK

CUSP “explores not just the economic aspects of this challenge [of sustainability], but also its social, political and philosophical dimensions. We address the implications of sustainable prosperity at the level of households and firms; and we explore sector-level and macro-economic implications of different pathways to prosperity.”

Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (EIPE)

EIPE logoErasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

EIPE is the world’s leading research institute in philosophy and economics and host to a highly acclaimed graduate programme. The research topics covered at EIPE span all branches of philosophy and economics, including foundations of economic theory, rationality, economic methodology and ethical aspects of economics.”

History of Economics Society (HES)

logo of the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and EthicsGeorgetown University, USA

“The Institute’s comprehensive approach to the study of markets and ethics extends beyond the exploration of ethical questions related to business people functioning in the organizational setting to include issues surrounding law and law enforcement policy and the pressures of conducting business in a political environment with rules that are subject to change.”