Currently, INFER has about 250 private members in more than 30 countries on five continents. Our members are working in universities, research centres, central and private banks and (public and private) research institutes. Moreover several renowned research institutes support INFER as institutional members. Researchers active in all fields of economics are welcome to join INFER. You find more information regarding the INFER membership benefits here.
Membership fees are valid for the current calendar year and have to be renewed every year before March 1.
The annual membership fee for private members is EUR 40 per year.
We also offer a membership for institutions. The membership fee for institutional members is EUR 400 per year, granting the INFER membership advantages to all researchers affiliated to the institutional member.
Please note, since INFER is a non-profit organisation, you may deduct the membership fees from taxes depending on your national tax laws.
Paying your Membership Fees
The INFER membership fee can be paid in two ways, either by bank transfer or PayPal (easiest and recommended way). PayPal is a secure way of paying online. Payments by bank transfer have to be paid to the INFER bank account in Germany with the following details:
IBAN: DE33 5452 0194 3020 2199 97
SWIFT (BIC): HYVEDEMM483
HypoVereinsbank - UniCredit Bank AG
Account No.: 3 020 219 997
Bank Code: 545 201 94
Postfach 90 02 51, 99105 Erfurt, Germany
Please indicate in your transfer information your name and "membership fee". If registering for the first time, please let us know your e-mail address so we can include your profile in the membership database. Once you have received your login information you can modify your profile.
Please note that for both ways of payment, our treasurer needs to check your payment manually due to the technical setting. This process could take up to five working days. However, if you have not received any login information after this periode, please contact her directly at email@example.com.
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