CALL FOR PAPERS: EUDN PhD Workshop on Development Economics | Land Portal
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The EUDN PhD Student Workshop aims at giving PhD students in Development Economics an opportunity to present papers in an informal environment, as well as to exchange the results of recent and ongoing research in different fields of development economics. In 2011, a seminar will be organized jointly by the EUDN and the Tinbergen Institute. The event will take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, at short distance from International Airport Schiphol.

Contributions from all possible fields of development economics are welcome. Papers accepted for presentation will be assigned to a qualified discussant. There will be ample time for presentation and discussion to maximize comments from attending faculty. A key-note speech will be delivered by Prof. Stefan Dercon, Oxford University.

The workshop is taking place Thursday July 7th – Friday July 8th , 2011.

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Deadline: April 1, 2011

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