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Development Policy Centre presents

2016 Australasian Aid Conference

Public conference


When:

10th February 2016
-11th February 2016

Where:

The Australian National University

Speakers:

Peter Varghese AO, Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Kitty van der Heijden, Director of the World Resources Institute’s Europe Office
Howard Bamsey, Adjunct Professor, Regulatory Institutions Network, The Australian National University
Bob McMullan, Adjunct Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University
Eun Mee Kim, Dean and Professor, Graduate School of International Studies; Director, Institute for Development and Human Security, Ewha Womans University
Ye Jiang, Director of the Institute for Global Governance Studies, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS); Professsor, School of International and Public Affairs, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Cost:

Registration fee is applicable

The Australasian Aid Conference will be returning on 10-11 February 2016, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation. As in 2015, the aim of the 2016 Australasian Aid Conference is to bring together researchers from across Australia, the Pacific and Asia who are working on aid and international development policy to share insights, promote collaboration, and help develop the research community.

The Conference will be held at Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, Canberra on February 10 and 11, 2016. The Conference organisers will be Professor Stephen Howes, Director of the Development Policy Centre at ANU; Dr Joel Negin, Associate Professor of International Public Health and Deputy Head of School at the University of Sydney School of Public Health; and Camilla Burkot, Research Officer at the Development Policy Centre.

Call for papers

The call for papers is now closed. We welcomed papers from academics and practitioners on the following topics:

  • Aid effectiveness, at both the micro and macro level
  • The political economy and politics of aid
  • Aid and security
  • Aid from traditional and/or non-traditional donors
  • International public goods
  • Migration and international trade policy, from a development perspective
  • The international aid and development architecture, including the G20, World Bank, and other international agencies
  • International climate change negotiations and architecture

Please note that the call for papers is now closed. We will advise authors of all submitted abstracts whether their papers have been accepted as soon as possible.

If you have questions about the conference, please email devpolicy@anu.edu.au with ‘2016 Australasian Aid Conference’ in the subject line. More information on the conference will become available on this page and on the program and speakers page, so please check periodically.

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