Econometric Society

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The Econometric Society is an international society of academic Economists interested in applying statistical tools to their field. It is an independent organization with no connections to societies of professional mathematicians or statisticians. It was founded on December 29, 1930, at the Stalton Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio. As of 2014, there are about 700 Elected Fellows of the Econometric Society, making it one of the most prevalent research affiliations.[1]

The sixteen founding members were Ragnar Frisch, Charles F. Roos, Joseph A. Schumpeter, Harold Hotelling, Henry Schultz, Karl Menger, Edwin B. Wilson, Frederick C. Mills, William F. Ogburn, J. Harvey Rogers, Malcolm C. Rorty, Carl Snyder, Walter A. Shewhart, Øystein Ore, Ingvar Wedervang and Norbert Wiener. The first president was Irving Fisher.[2]

The Econometric Society sponsors the Economics academic journal Econometrica.

Officers[edit]

The website of the Econometric Society lists its Presidents and its Fellows

Honorary lectures[edit]

The Econometric Society sponsors several annual awards, in which the honored member delivers a lecture:

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