The Nigerian Economic Society (NES), formed in 1957, is a platform for Nigerian Economists and allied Social Scientists to provide intellectual leadership in the process of understanding and managing economic, social and political change in Nigeria. The objectives are
* The study of the economic and social problems of Nigeria and for members to express opinions thereon.
* Make Nigerian Economists and Social Scientist relevant to Nigerian economic, social and political processes.
* Stimulate public interest in Economics and Social Studies, encourage the study and discussion of relevant problems with special reference to Nigeria, and provide a means of intercourse between persons interested in the fields of study.
NES publishes the Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. Publications can be ordered on the website. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) is a non-partisan body whose membership includes experts in the areas of economics, business administration and allied fields. It serves as a forum for the articulation of economic and other developmental issues. The EAZ has the mission "to contribute to economic and social development through the promotion and advocacy of sound economic policies." Some research documents are downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]