The Ateneo Economics Association is the premier economics organization of the Ateneo de Manila University. As an organization that is geared towards economic consciousness, AEA forms its members to be versed in the theory and practice of economics and to serve as active catalysts for socioeconomic development. The organization strives to create an atmosphere that is conducive to forming agents of social change and gives importance to the formation of its members and the development of its future leaders.
AEA spearheads one of the biggest forums and fundraisers in the Ateneo – as well as provide fun and creative activities to maximize the potentials of its members. As an organization that is open to all courses, AEA promotes advancement and application of economics in variety of fields.
Established in 1960, the Ateneo Economics Association has been engaging its members to activities that are socially relevant for fifty seven years.
Research and Publications
The Economics of Floriculture / Horticulture in the Philippines
by AEA’s Publication Team With the passing of Valentines, the season of gifting flowers has come to a close. For a long while, and well before anyone was even thinking about Valentines, it felt as though all the adverts in facebook was all about enticing people to buy flowers. The most egregious of them […]
What’s the Agenda?
By: Lance Cu Pangilinan With the uncertainty of the future, we all try to find some kind of certainty by setting goals for ourselves towards growth. In the same way, the national government sets particular programs, projects, and activities (PPA) that they set in place so as to further improve the quality of life […]
Remittances in the Philippines
By: Byron Ng & Manuel Ramos For the past few months, the news cycle has been dominated by doom and gloom considering the current state of political polarization in the country. There always seemed to be some rising issue regarding gas prices, food insecurity, and just recently the staggering 7.7% inflation rate. Despite this, […]
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