Membership and Fees

Membership information


Any individual person or organisation having a professional interest in the Chinese economy shall be eligible for membership of the Association and may become a member thereof by making proper application to the Secretary of the Association and by paying dues as prescribed.

Classes of members

There shall be five categories of membership, namely:

The benefits of membership

They include participation at the CEA(UK) conferences and seminars with reduced fees (or, sometimes, without fees); possible assistance towards travel expenses for student members and an annual subscription to the CEA(UK) journal - Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies.

Resignation of members

Any member may at any time submit his or her resignation in writing to the Secretary of the Association, which resignation shall become effective as of the date received by the Secretary.

Membership Fees

Membership of CEA (UK) is by annual subscription. The subscription is normally made at the annual conference and runs from April to March. The subscriptions for 2009-2010 are set as follows:

Member Non-member
Student £ 55 £ 55
Non-student £ 135 £ 135
Corporate £ 250 £ 250

The above subscriptions include an annual conference fee, one year membership fee and four issues of JCEBS. Corporate membership allows up to four persons from the organisation to attend the annual conference. If you join CEA (UK) after the annual conference, a reduced fee will apply according to the membership categories.