The Eastern Economic Association holds an annual conference, usually in late February or March, in various cities on the eastern seaboard of the United States.
There are sure to be plenty of sessions of interest (they cover most areas of economics) and special conference highlights.
The Eastern Economic Association is a not-for-profit corporation whose object is to promote educational and scholarly exchange on economic affairs. Towards that end, the Association encourages the freedom of research and discussion. In pursuit of these goals it publishes the Eastern Economic Journal, holds an annual conference and meeting of members, and has partnered with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to provide economic education to college students in our region.