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If you would like more information on membership, please view our frequently asked questions.
What are the benefits of becoming an EAN member?
As a member of the Association you will be updated about the Association’s developments on a regular basis, such as Business Breakfast meetings or all-day conferences, and closed-door events that are for members only. These events offer great opportunities for discussions and networking. As a member you are also invited to AGM and be directly notified about external and internal vacancy posts on our website, EAN related news as well as newly available downloads. Being part of the Association also enables you to gain free access to our online repository, which depicts a valuable source of information as it consolidates the plethora of data and publications in Namibia and makes it searchable.
Who should become a member?
Anybody interested in economics that believes that they can further the objectives of the EAN.
Is there an age limitation?
Yes, members must be at least 18 years old.
What are the classes of membership?
There are three types of memberships available: Full membership, Associate membership and Student membership.
What is the difference between the three types of membership?
The main difference between these types of memberships refer to the voting right: Only full members have voting rights at the EAN Annual General Meeting. Associate and Student members do not have voting rights.
Do I have to be an economist to join?
No, you do not have to be an economist, but you do require at least a rudimentary understanding of economics. We are always happy to have non-economists as members, especially those that work in development, statistics and finance.
How much does it cost to become a member?
Full membership costs NAD400 per calendar year, Associate membership NAD200 and Student membership NAD150. Membership fee is paid annually for the calendar year.
Please find our EAN Membership Policy here.
For more information, please read the Deed of Trust that can be found in the download section of the page.
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