The IDE-GDRI network holds a conference every two years, starting this year on 3-4 November 2016 at the Centre of Studies and Research on International Development (CERDI) and School of Economics, University of Auvergne in Clermont-Ferrand. The 2016 edition will focus on all aspects of development economics, both macro and micro. FEMISE will participate as co-organisor of this event that will include a RoundTable on Economies of the Mediterranean.
Recent decades have witnessed renewed interest in development economics with more and better data at both national and sub-national levels, expanding research agendas (reaching out to other domains that include e.g. political science, history, or epidemiology), and a broad array of approaches, some of which new to the field (e.g. experimental economics). Research papers on innovative topics such as the economics of vulnerability and sustainable growth will thus be presented.
The conference program is available by clicking here.
To register, please click on the following link.
This event received financial support from the European Union through the FEMISE project on “Support to Economic Research, studies and dialogues of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership”. Any views expressed in this seminar are the sole responsibility of the speakers.