IAREP

The International Association for Research in Economic Psychology

Welcome to Exeter's home page for IAREP. This is an unofficial site prepared by IAREP members at Exeter.  When this page is fully operative, you be able to link from here to:

Cover page of the Journal of Economic Psychology The Journal of Economic Psychology is published by Elsevier Science B.V. and edited by Alan Lewis of the University of Bath Centre for Economic Psychology

Authors should submit papers (4 copies, please) to:

Professor Alan Lewis
Editor, JoEP
University of Bath
Department of Psychology
Claverton Down
Bath BA2 7AY
United Kingdom

SPECIAL MEMBER RATE AVAILABLE

As the official journal of IAREP, members can subscribe to the Journal of Economic Psychology at only NLG234.00 / US$114.00 in 1999.

Free access is available to Elsevier services for JoEP - ContentsDirect (e-mail alerting service) and online sample copies

Contact the publisher directly through the web links above or at:

Elsevier Science Regional Sales Office
Customer Support Department
P.O. Box 211
1000 AE Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Tel: (+31) 20 485 3757, Fax: (+31) 20 485 3432

 E-mail: nlinfo-f@elsevier.nl

Harriet Bell at Elsevier Science will be pleased to answer queries about JoEP

SPECIAL OFFER TO IAREP MEMBERS

Subscribe before 30 April 1999 and receive a free Special Issue: A single currency in Europe: Cross-national perspectives from Economic Psychology, edited by Anke Müller-Peters, Roland Pepermans and Carole Burgoyne


The IAREP conference for the year 2000 will be a joint one with the Society for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics.  It will be organized by the economic psychologists at the University of Vienna, and will be held at Baden near Vienna.

The 1999 IAREP conference was held in Belgirate in the Italian Lakes: some photographs are available map showing Belgirate
Stone Bridge, Valencia, Spain   The 1997 IAREP conference was held at the University of Valencia, Spain


for more information about IAREP, contact one of the following:


revised 27th June 2001 by Stephen Lea, School of Psychology, University of Exeter, UK