Dues structure

In 2009 (and amended June of 2012), the Board of Directors approved a graduated dues increase, and a differentiated dues structure based on the economic circumstances of your county of residence.  The differentiation is based on economic categories determined by the World Bank List of Economies (appended to the end of this communication).  When we launched our new web-based management system, we concurrently entered our final phase of the dues structure changes.

Dues now cover our fiscal year, January 1-December 31 fiscal year. Thus annual dues for 2017 is based on Table 1. However some of you have paid dues that cover a portion of the 2016 year; therefore you will be offered discounted rates when you renew for two years. Table 2 outlines these discounts.”

The fee is in EUR

Table 1. Graduated Raises in Dues, IACEP (Amended June 2012)
Overview Countries per Tier (click ):   Tier 1 - Tier 2 - Tier 3

Income Group (by Country) based on World Bank List of Economies

2015

2016

2017

Regular Member Rates

Tier 1:  High income countries

85

85

85

Tier 2:  Upper middle income

55

70

70

Tier 3:  Low/lower middle income

21

25

25

Student Rates

 

35

35

35

 

Table 2. Discounted Dues Rates for paid members renewing for 2017.

 

Renew membership for:

Payment:

January – July 2017

2017

 100% 2017

August – October 2017

2017

60% dues 2017

November – December 2017

2017

2 months 2017 free + 100% 2018

Student status may be retained for up to four years, including receiving the journal and having access to our conferences at member rates.

 

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