We can now gladly announce the Call for Applications for our conference bursaries.
Unfortunately we are not in a position to reimburse travel costs, unless you are applying for one of our limited number of bursaries with specific criteria for eligibility. One criterion is that the paper of the applicant is accepted by the conference committee.
We have two types of bursaries. For more information please take a look at our FAQs.
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The new issue (February 2017) of Development + Cooperation (D+C) features an article by EADI president Jürgen Wiemann on “Growing inequality and environmental dangers”.
He discusses the huge challenges we face and that include growing inequality and environmental dangers. With view to the EADI-NORDIC 2017 Conference Wiemann calls on scholars to provide policymakers with relevant and tangible advice.
Please follow the links to the German and English version and see pp.35-36.
We are delighted that Professor James K. Galbraith has accepted our invitation to deliver the Dudley Seers Lecture on 20. August 2017 in Bergen.
James K. Galbraith holds the Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and a professorship of government at the LBJ School of Public Affairs. His research focusses on global inequalities and economic development.
His most recent publication is “The End of Normal: The Great Crisis and the Future of Growth” (Simon&Schuster 2014) in which he calls for a reconceptualisation of the growth paradigm as engine for economic development.
Since 2008, the Dudley Seers Lecture has been an inherent part of the EADI General Conferences. Remembering one of the founding members and the first EADI president, this lecture allows an eminent speaker to formally set the tone for the debates at and around the conference.