The American Economic Association provides supplementary information and statistical summaries concerning the membership database.
Survey of Earned Doctorates: Demographic Profile of Doctorate Recipients in Economics and Econometrics, Selected Years
1960–2006, Table A, "American Economic Association Universal Academic Questionnaire Summary Statistics", by Charles E. Scott and John J. Siegfried, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 98, May, 2008, 633.
The following tables are from "Who Is a Member of the AEA?", by John J. Siegfried, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12, Spring, 1998, 211-222.
- Table 1, Annual Membership (Regular, Junior, Life, and Honorary) of the American Economic Association, 1893-1996.
- Table 2, Proportion of Faculty at 24 American Universities Who Were Members of the American Economic Association in Selected Years
- Table 3, Percentage of Faculty Who Are AEA Members by Rank, 1996
- Table 4, Percentage of Faculty Who Are AEA Members in 1996, by Employer's Institution Type
- Table 5, Percentage of Faculty Who Are AEA Members, by Institution with Twenty or More Faculty, 1996.
- Table 6, Percentage of Assistant Professors in 1996 Who Are AEA Members, by Institution of Terminal Degree, for Institutions with Twenty or More Graduates.
- The following tables are from "The Economics of Regional Economics Associations", Midwest Economics Association Presidential Address, by John J. Siegfried, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 42, 2002, 1-17.
- These tables are the results of the latest Universal Academic Questionnaire. (May 2013)