Since its inception over 30 years ago, AERE has facilitated the exchange of ideas around environmental and natural resource economics and policy through its journals. AERE continues today in this tradition, publishing two of the most highly regarded journals in the field: our research journal bearing the association's name, and a review journal that provides widely accessible discussions on the latest thinking in environmental economics and related policy by globally renowned experts in their field. Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (JAERE) and Review of Environmental Economics and Policy (REEP) 


AERE also supports ResEcon, an electronic listserv that allows members and others to post and receive information relevant to their work, managed by Martino Pelli, University of Sherbrooke, CanadaLearn more about ResEcon or join the list


AERE@OSWEET is a friendly online forum where scholars share work in environmental and natural resource economics, followed by an optional happy half-hour. Talks are short and sweet—three papers per session, with 15–minute presentations followed by 5 minutes of friendly Q&A. Each OSWEET takes place on a Friday from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. ET. All are invited to submit their work—especially junior folks, grad students, and scholars who identify as part of groups underrepresented in economics! Submit or sign up for the mailing list to receive invitations to sessions here.



Doing Economics: What You Should Have Learned in Grad School—But Didn't by Marc F. Bellemare is a practical guide for research economists, covering how to write papers, give talks, navigate peer-review, advise students, and more. Economics professor Marc Bellemare breaks down essential components: communicating research, presenting findings, submitting to journals, obtaining grants, pursuing professional opportunities, and advising students. With economics increasingly focusing on empirical research, this book fills a crucial gap, providing guidance for economists at any career stage. As a special offer, through a partnership with MIT Press, you can use the discount code READMIT20 for a discount on this book (available here). For more details, please refer to the terms and conditions.


Resources Radio Recordings at AERE 2024 Summer Conference

Resources Radio is a weekly podcast from Resources for the Future that features interviews with researchers and leading experts about climate change, energy, ecosystems, and more. Resources Radio recorded four episodes at the AERE 2024 Summer Conference. Links are available here when released.