In order to promote a better understanding of the mechanics of economic and social development, and to promote analytical social history, ASE plans to host a museum that would present exhibits on the determinants of social progress. Example exhibits could include the origins of social revolutions, the role of railroads on economic growth, and the emergence of work ethics. The museum could also illustrate the results of some groundbreaking experiments in economics, political science and psychology that come from student work or from one of the research centers.

The museum will take social science research to a large public through conferences, expert forums and seminars.