[CITASA] How much does ASA cost?

Barry Wellman wellman at chass.utoronto.ca
Wed Sep 25 21:03:01 EDT 2013

Peter Timusk asked a good question in response to the CITASA membership 
(I remember when we had 99 members - we've come a long way, baby).

No simple answer:

Overall ASA dues, on a sliding scale:
Student: $50
Unemployed or Emeritus: $50
Earning more, from $60 to $150 depending on salary
3rd World: $55

You have to be an overall ASA member to become a section member, including 

Student: FREE, if you join by Sept 30; later-$5
Otherwise: $10

So if you are already an ASA member and are a student, becoming a CITASA 
member is free.

If not, it could be anywhere between $60 to $160

Membership is for calendar year.
So, the big reason to join now is to help the section achieve its 4th 
session at the ASAs.

Big reason to join for 2014 is to give a paper (members), and meet some 
neat people in the best city in the world SFO

   Barry Wellman

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