CEPR Institutional Offering

Institutional Membership

CEPR welcomes non-profit organisations, trade and professional bodies, chambers of commerce and diplomatic missions to its Membership Programme. Our package enables these organizations to keep abreast of current research and policy developments in Europe and elsewhere, at an affordable price.

Institutional Members receive the following benefits:

Standard Membership

Publications
• Unlimited free electronic access to all CEPR publications for all staff members via a site user license and complimentary copy of all books and reports published by CEPR

Research & Academic Interaction
• Weekly summary of key policy articles, discussion papers, monthly research highlights, open calls for papers, and monthly EuroCOIN™ alert

Events
• Invitation to public discussion meetings in all European capitals
• Invitation to our regular CEPR Roundtables, which bring together CEPR Research Fellows and our global network of members and supporters to discuss topical economic issues
• Opportunity to host academic conferences

Personalised Benefits - For an additional fee
• Opportunity to publish up to five columns per year on CEPR’s policy portal VoxEU, as well as deeper involvement with VoxEU by utilising its Blogs&Reviews pages, columns, and debates. The procedures for selecting columns will be agreed by the Member's Head of Research and the VoxEU Editor-in-Chief.

Premium Membership

Publications
• Unlimited free electronic access to all CEPR publications for all staff members via a site user license and complimentary copy of all books and reports published by CEPR

Research & Academic Interaction
• Weekly summary of key policy articles, discussion papers, monthly research highlights, open calls for papers, and monthly EuroCOIN™ alert
• Quarterly Events Calendar with overview of CEPR meetings
• Invitation to academic conferences which a unique opportunity to stay up-to-date with the latest and best academic economic research, together with opportunities for continuous professional development

Events
• Invitation to public discussion meetings in all European capitals
• Invitation to our regular CEPR Roundtables, which bring together CEPR Research Fellows and our global network of members and supporters to discuss topical economic issues
• Opportunity to host academic conferences
• Opportunity to sponsor events of interest
• Invitation to the Leaders’ Circle, our high-level meeting with key decision makers and top academics

Personalised Benefits
• Opportunity to publish up to five columns per year on CEPR’s policy portal VoxEU, as well as deeper involvement with VoxEU by utilising its Blogs&Reviews pages, columns, and debates
• Sponsorship of CEPR reports and launches, providing a wealth of opportunity to promote the organisation, raise brand awareness, or host clients

CEPR Partnership

For a selected group of close partners
This involves a tailor-made relationship and engagement with senior CEPR leadership.

A partner gains full access to all CEPR academic and policy activities by designating a senior representative as a CEPR Associated Fellow. A partner is invited to sit on the CEPR Advisory Board which meets once per year in London. A partner often collaborates in a special research programme or publication and has the opportunity to publish at least ten columns per year on CEPR’s policy portal VoxEU, as well as deeper involvement with VoxEU by utilising its social media channels, Blogs&Reviews pages and debates. A partner has the opportunity to sponsor CEPR reports and launches, providing a wealth of opportunity to promote the organisation, raise brand awareness, or host clients.
 

Download the CEPR Membership brochure

Should you wish to receive further information, please contact Nadine Clarke, Head of Development and Events.