Funding

The Economics Conference Fund exists to finance research, publications and administration (website, etc.)

Research
The Economics Conference promotes research into economic life from an associative point of view. The focus and topics of research are determined by members of the Economics Conference in accordance with their own sense of what is needed and what they can accomplish, and certain agreed protocols. Responsibility for fund-raising and the related budgets to cover remuneration, travel, venue and other incidental expenses likewise rests with the researchers. The research is carried out under the rubric 'associative economics' as a contribution to public debates. 

Publications
A range of existing and future publications is available, funded in part by the Economics Conference Fund, on terms whereby a percentage of sales reverts to the Fund.

Administration
The work of the Economics Conference entails administration, including the management of its website. Contributions to the Economics Conference Fund also go to this.

Economics Conference Fund
The Fund receives money worldwide, through fund-raising and donations, and is usually allocated on a split basis so that a portion is retained for local use (e.g. a seminar) and a portion is devoted to worldwide events (e.g. publications, website, global meetings at the Goetheanum).

The Fund is held in various accounts around the world where a local participant in the Economics Conference acts as a treasurer (see list below). The accounts overall are monitored through a shared spreadsheet so that the treasurers are in effect a circle of trustees. The bookkeeping is coordinated in the USA by Stephen Vallus. The overall unit of account used is the Hibernia.

CountryEntity where held
ArgentinaAnthroposophical Society in Argentina

Brazil

Anthroposophical Society in Brazil
CanadaAnthroposophical Society in Canada
EnglandHermes Trust
SwitzerlandAnthroposophical Society in Switzerland
USAAnthroposophical Society in America

Monies can be remitted to any of the above (tax exempt) organisations, or direct to the Goetheanum in Switzerland:

"Gift 1319 Economics Conference"
Allgemeine Anthroposophische Gesellschaft, Posfach, 4143 Dornach, Switzerland
IBAN: CH36 8093 9000 0010 0607 1
Raiffeisenbank Dornach, CH–4143 Dornach
BIC: RAIFCH22

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