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Call for Papers: Poverty Reduction, Equity and Growth Network (PEGNet) Conference 2007

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PEGNet Conference 2007

Berlin (Germany), September 6-7, 2007

 

From the Kiel Institute for the World Economy site:

 

The program consists of a "research day" on September 6 and a "researchers-meet-practitioners day" on September 7. The "research day" will be organised as an academic conference with keynote speeches and parallel sessions. The "researchers-meet-practitioners day" will feature work-sessions with non-technical presentations and extensive room for discussions. Development researchers and practitioners are encouraged to attend on both days to enhance discussion and learning. The conference language will be English.

 

We are interested in high-quality papers that provide new insights into the relationship between growth, equity, and poverty reduction. Papers on the following issues are particularly welcome:

  • Scaling-up ODA to Africa
  • Empirical project evaluation
  • Performance-based aid allocation
  • Economic effects of HIV/AIDS
  • Employment and poverty
  • Economic effects of migration and remittances
  • Poverty reduction in conflict and fragile states
  • Prudent vs. imprudent lending

The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2007

 

See full announcement.

 

(Via Eldis)

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Submitted by Patil Suryakant V. on
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