Membership

AEA membership is available to anyone interested in promoting Armenian scholarship in
economics.

Benefits
AEA members are able to organize sessions at the annual meetings, post their research as
AEA working papers, join the Board of Directors, and cast votes to elect members of the
Board of Directors.

Responsibilities
Members are expected to contribute to the AEA in a number of ways. These include planning
for the Annual Meetings and conferences, contributing to the website educational content,
among other efforts in supporting AEA's mission of promoting economics scholarship.

If interested, apply for membership
here (Google Docs Form). Membership information will not
be made public, and will only be used for organizational purposes.
Armenian Economic Association
Members in the news

Aleksanyan
, Lilia and Jean-Pierre Huiban (2016). Economic and financial determinants of firm bankruptcy: evidence from the French food
industry,
Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies 97(2): 89-108 [presented at the AEA 2014 annual meeting]
Asatryan
, Zareh, F. Heinemann, and Pitlik, H. (forthcoming), Reforming the Public Administration: The role of crisis and the power of
bureaucracy, European Journal of Political Economy doi:10.1016/j.ejpoleco.2016.08.004.
Asatryan, Zareh, 2016. The Indirect Effects of Direct Democracy: Local Government Size and Non-Budgetary Voter Initiatives in Germany,
International Tax and Public Finance 23(3), 580–601.
Asriyan, Vladimir, W. Fuchs and B. Green (forthcoming), Information Spillovers in Asset Markets with Correlated Values, American
Economic Review
Enikolopov, Ruben, M. Petrova and K. Sonin. (forthcoming). Social Media and Corruption, American Economic Journals: Applied Economics
Enikolopov, Ruben, A. Beath and F. Christia. 2017. Direct Democracy and Resource Allocation: Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan,
Journal of Development Economics, 124: 199-213.
Enikolopov, Ruben, A. Beath, F.  Christia and G. Egorov. 2016. Electoral Rules and Political Selection: Theory and Evidence from a Field
Experiment in Afghanistan. Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 83(3): 932-968.

Gevorkyan, Aleksandr V. (forthcoming). The foreign exchange regime in a small open economy: Armenia and beyond. Journal of
Economic Studies, Vol. 44(5).

Gevorkyan, Aleksandr V. and O. Canuto (eds). 2016. Financial Deepening and Post-Crisis Development in Emerging Markets: Current
Perils and Future Dawns. New York: Palgrave Macmillan
Gevorkyan, Aleksandr V. and Kvangraven, I. H. 2016. Assessing Recent Determinants of Borrowing Costs in Sub-Saharan Africa. Review
of Development Economics.  Vol. 20(4): 721-738. DOI:10.1111/rode.12195

Hakobyan, Shushanik (forthcoming). Export Competitiveness of Developing Countries and U.S. Trade Policy, The World Economy
Hakobyan, S. and McLaren, J. 2016. Looking for Local Labor Market Effects of the NAFTA, The Review of Economics and Statistics 98(4):
728-741.
Jerbashian, Vahagn and A. Kochanova. (forthcoming). The Impact of Telecommunication Technologies on Competition in Services and
Goods Markets: Empirical evidence
. Scandinavian Journal of Economics.
Jerbashian, Vahagn 2016. Knowledge Licensing in a Model of R&D-driven Endogenous Growth. B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics 16(2):
555–579.
Jerbashian, Vahagn and A. Kochanova. 2016. The Impact of Doing Business Regulations on Investments in ICT. Empirical Economics 50
(3): 991-1008.

Kaspereit, Thomas, Kerstin Lopatta, Suren
Pakhchanyan, and Jörg Prokop (2017). Systemic operational risk: spillover effects of large
operational losses in the European banking industry. The Journal of Risk Finance 18(3) [presented at the AEA 2016 annual meeting]