Members of SNE are invited to participate in the election process for your Council.
The Council is the highest governing body of the Society, with ultimate responsibility for its conference program and scheduling, public communications, financial administration, and the election of the Society’s officers. Each year, three new council members are chosen from a slate of nominees suggested by the Nomination Committee (current president, president-elect and past president) and voted on by the general membership to serve a three-year term.
Three seats are open for elections.
Members are asked to cast three votes each:
- One for a nominee from list (A): Neuroscience / Psychology / Cognitive Neuroscience cluster
- One for a nominee from list (B): Economics / Finance / Business cluster
- One unrestricted vote from among the entire list of nominees (that you have not voted for yet) in either of the above two categories (A-B).
The three nominees receiving the highest total number of votes will be elected for the three-year term.
2022 Election process timelines are as follows:
- Board member nominations open July 20th
- Deadline for board member nominations Aug 5th
- Voting for board elections Aug 23th
- Voting for board election ends Sept 7th
We are currently accepting nominations for board service for the 2022 – 2025 board term.
Members in good standing of the Society for NeuroEconomics are invited to participate in the election process by nominating candidates or standing for service on the Society’s Council.
The Council is the highest governing body of the Society, with ultimate responsibility for its conference program and scheduling, public communications, financial administration, and the election of the Society’s officers. Each year, three new council members are chosen from a slate of nominees suggested and voted on by the general membership to serve a three-year term. The newly elected council members will be announced at the Annual Meeting and will assume office at the end of the Meeting.
To strive for a balanced slate of nominees, nominees are asked to designate themselves in one of these three disciplines:
The nominating committee will ultimately choose from all the nominees a slate of approximately 6-8 candidates to stand for election.
Nominations for Council membership should include the following information:
Institutional Affiliation, including department
Email address and Scientific Website
Category of Discipline
Confirmation from the Nominee (if not self nominating) that they agree to stand for election
There is no restriction on the number of nominees a member may nominate.
Nominees will be asked to provide a headshot and short bio for the voting period.
Thank you for your support in providing strong, on-going Society leadership through your nomination.
For the list of current board members, please see here.
Current elected leadership of Society for Neuroeconomics (SNE).
Become a SNE member and vote in our election.