RATIONALE FOR MEMBERSHIP

The need to truly professionalize economics makes it imperative for practicing economists to acquire deeper knowledge of the job which they doing. University graduates who have been professionally trained and who are either economists or preparing to take up economist appointment will need to be trained as professional economists in order to fit well into the job.

Memberships of the Institute are divided into four (4) categories as listed here.

(a) Fellow Chartered Economists (FCE)

(b) Associate Chartered Economist (ACE)

(c) Studentship.

(d) Corporate Membership

The need to truly professionalize economics makes it imperative for practicing economists to acquire deeper knowledge of the job which they doing. University graduates who have been professionally trained and who are either economists or preparing to take up economist appointment will need to be trained as professional economists in order to fit well into the job. Memberships of the Institute are divided into four (4) categories as listed here.

(a) Fellow Chartered Economists (FCE)

(b) Associate Chartered Economist (ACE)

(c) Studentship.

(d) Corporate Membership