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A Changing Global Development Agenda?

A Changing Global Development Agenda?

CONFERENCE: Nordic Conference on Development Research 2015

5-6 November 2015 | Gothenburg, Sweden

The conference is jointly hosted by the School of Global Studies (SGS), University of Gothenburg and the associations for development research in Denmark (FAU), Finland (FSDR) and Norway (NFU).

The general purpose of the conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners from the Nordic countries and beyond to debate and rethink contemporary issues in development research and policy.

Professor Adebayo Olukoshi, the Director of the African Institute for Economic Development and Planning, will be one of the keynote speakers. He is a former member of the CROP Scientific Committee.


For information, and how to register visit the conference webpage


09.11.2016
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