The Society for Economics Dynamics is a scientific society with the purpose of encouraging and supporting economic research. It achieves its aims through publications, conferences and web dissemination: the Review of Economic Dynamics is the Journal of the Society; the SED Annual Meeting is the main scientific gathering of the Society, and this website, together with the Economic Dynamics Newsletter (RED supplement), provides information on the Society’s current and past activities and publications, as well as on current research in economics dynamics.
The Society for Economics Dynamics was founded by Thomas Sargent in 1990 in Minneapolis at what became the first SED meeting. Edward Prescott, Dale Mortensen and Thomas Cooley (Founding Editor of RED in 1998) were also part of the SED founding group. The first meetings were small, but many of the then young participants have also become leading researchers in economics. Over the years the SED meetings have become larger and RED has become well established among scientific economics journals. Both remain committed to being a doorway for young researchers into the frontier of economic research.
As a US public charity, the Internal Revenue Service requires the Society for Economic Dynamics to publicly disclose a series of documents: