Tracking International Aid and Investment from Developing and Emerging Economies

Conference date: 
22.09.2017 to 23.09.2017
Deadline to fill in subscriptions (Date): 
01.05.2017
Conference type: 
Internationale Konferenzen
Conference description: 

Dear colleagues,

We invite submissions of one-page proposals for papers to be presented at our workshop "Tracking International Aid and Investment from Developing and Emerging Economies," at Heidelberg University in Germany (September 22-23, 2017). Funding is available for 12 participants.

We will  grant pre-launch access to new datasets on georeferenced aid-like activities by China and India to selected researchers.

Keynote speakers: David Dollar (Brookings Institution), Helen Milner (Princeton University), and Nancy Qian (Northwestern University)

 

Academic research on international aid and investment has largely focused on OECD countries as primary providers of such financing. In recent years, however, aid-like financial flows and foreign direct investments originating from developing and emerging economies, such as China and India, have become sizable. Proposals may either answer novel questions in economics, political science or other social sciences, or propose methodological advances related to the challenge of tracking developing and emerging countries’ aid and investments.

Land der Konferenz: 
Germany
Name: 
Angelika Müller
Institution: 
Heidelberg University
Conference location: 
Heidelberg
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