The Economics, Business and Enterprise Association (EBEA) is the professional subject association for everyone interested in the teaching and study of Economics, Business and Enterprise.

As a registered charity the association seeks to:

  • provide members with professional support
  • promote the teaching of Economics, Business Studies and Enterprise
  • encourage curriculum development in these subjects

The EBEA Newsletters is published as an e-newsletter on this website and all members are sent an email version (please ensure that we have a current email address for you and that we are in your address book, to ensure safe delivery!)

Contributions from members are welcomed and should be emailed to the EBEA office –

Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities

If you would like to advertise on our website and reach our membership plus those who use the EBEA Website please email the EBEA Office for further  information –

Alternatively, you can advertise in our Journal “Teaching Business & Economics” which is published once a term.

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EBEA Governance:

The EBEA has Articles of Association and holds an Annual General Meeting (AGM) at which all members are entitled to attend. The last AGM was held in July 2017 and the next one will be in the Summer of 2018. Anybody wishing to become a Trustee, please get in touch with the EBEA Office. More details of the AGM 2017 can be found in the Latest News Section.

The current Board of Trustees/Directors are listed below.

EBEA Structure:

The EBEA is a charity and has five Trustees. They are:

Jo Bentham

Duncan Cullimore (Treasurer)

Elizabeth Wall

Paul Widdowson

The Director and Journal Editor is Gareth Taylor

The Administration Manager is Sue Cliff.

Latest News

Book Reviews

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The views expressed in reviews are those of the reviewers and are not necessarily endorsed or shared by the EBEA. The EBEA welcomes comments on any reviews or articles in TBE. Please send your comments [...]

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Daniel Vidal and Robert Beekman explain their strategy of using film excerpts to engender deeper learning in economics. How often do you use Netflix or Youtube to engage your students? These sources can create a [...]

“Assessing” the Brexit Deal

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Russ Woodward and Tim Veal share some ideas for Incorporating the UK-EU Trade Agreement into Business and Economics Assessment Tasks at different levels of study. Introduction The UK-EU post Brexit trade deal secured in December [...]

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