Development Economics School
15 November 2010
From the 14-16 December our faculty will organise the Development Economics School and invites PhD students, early career researchers and other interested persons who share a passion for the development challenge.
Development economics is an increasing dynamic field within economics, reflecting the dimension of the challenges of poverty reduction. This event brings together different
perspectives on topics at the frontier of research, by those who are shaping it. Organised around independent sessions, and with plenty of opportunities for personal interaction, we
will look at:
- How important are social networks?
- Can insurance solve the poverty trap problem?
- What happens when labour markets are regulated?
- What are the limitations of sectoral approaches?
- Space: how and why should we care?
Financial support kindly provided by the University of Sydney (DVC International IDPF), Faculty of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, AusAID (through ADRA).
23 November 2010
Email your completed application form, a CV and, if you are
a PhD student, a letter from your supervisor endorsing your
attendance to Darian Naidoo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation is limited to 30 places. Application form is available on the right, under related.
Contact: Dr Paulo Santos
Phone: 02 9351 4686