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Membership is open to all Ethiopians and non-Ethiopians. There are five types of EEA membership.
 
Full membership is open for those who hold at least a first degree in Economics. Full members have the right to elect and be elected to the office of the Association.
 
Associate membership is open for those who hold at least diploma in any other discipline. Associate members have the right to participate in the activities of the Association but shall not have the right to elect or be elected to the office of the Association.
 
Institutional membership is open to any institution who support the objectives of the Association. An institutional member has the right, through its representative to participate in the activities of the Association but shall not elect and be elected to the office of the Association.
 
Student membership is open for those who are attending school in the department of Economics in their respective Universities/Colleges in Ethiopia. Student member has the right to participate in the activities of the Association but shall not elect and be elected to the office of the Association.
 
Honorary membership is bestowed by the Association on individuals who have made a distinguished contribution to promote the objectives of the Association. Honorary members do not pay fees and have the right to receive all publications of the Association free of charge.
N.B. All the above types of Members have the right to purchase publications of the Association at a discounted price, use/borrow books from the EEA Library, and participate and contribute at different discussions, conferences and workshops of the Association. They have the duty of attending General Assemblies, promoting the objectives of the Association and paying their membership fees regularly.