Federation of ASEAN Economic Associations (FAEA)
Formed in 1976 at Prapat, North Sumatera, Indonesia, the Federation of ASEAN Economic Associations (FAEA) is a union of economic societies and associations in Southeast Asia. FAEA is currently comprised of the respective economic societies of Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. The objective of FAEA is to promote the study of economics and its applications, and foster cooperation in research and intellectual discourse among member countries. The FAEA is a member of the International Economic Association (IEA) and has been approved as a non-governmental organization by the ASEAN Secretariat in 1989.
FAEA Member Countries
International Economic Association (IEA)
The IEA was founded in 1950 as a non-governmental organization at the instigation of the Social Sciences Department of UNESCO. Since its creation, it has maintained information and consultative relations with UNESCO. It is also a federated member of the International Social Science Council since 1973. IEA aims to promote personal contacts and mutual understanding among economists from different parts of the world through the organization of scientific meetings, common research programs, and publications of an international character on economic policies and problems of current importance.
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