PODER Final Conference and CEPR Annual Symposium on Development Economics

PODER Final Conference and CEPR Annual Symposium on Development Economics
STICERD, London School of Economics
9 – 10 June

Scientific Organisers:
Oriana Bandiera (LSE and CEPR)
Eliana La Ferrara (Bocconi University and CEPR)
Joana Naritomi (LSE)

 

  • Programme and Papers
  • Conference Map
  • Logistical Information
  • List of Participants
  • Travel Reimbursement Guidelines (for funded participants only)
  • Expense Claim Form (for funded participants only)
     

    The CEPR annual symposium of the Development Economics Programme will be hosted by STICERD, London School of Economics on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 June, 2017. The meeting will be held jointly with the Policy Design and Evaluation Research in Developing Countries (PODER), the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and the International Growth Centre (IGC)

    A subset of the papers will be considered for a joint session with the IGC State programme, covering the areas of public organisations, public finance, governance and political economy.

    The PODER Complementary Skills Workshop on ‘Research Impact’ will precede the main conference, taking place on Thursday 8th June. This is a training school and is for PODER Fellows (current and past) only. Please use the same submission process (mentioning “Complementary Skills Workshop” in your application) if you are a PODER Fellow and would like to attend this part of the conference. Please note PODER Fellows do not need to submit a paper to attend this workshop; it is open to all Fellows. 

    A pre-conference session will also be arranged for junior faculty and PODER fellows to get the opportunity to present their work. Please use the same submission process (mentioning “Pre-Conference” in your application) if you would like your work to be considered for this part of the conference.

    This conference is partly funded under the grant “Policy Design and Evaluation Research in Developing Countries" Initial Training Network (PODER), which is funded under the Marie Curie Actions of the EU's Seventh Framework Programme (Contract Number: 608109).