International Research Conference on the Effectiveness of Development Co-operation

Adan  Corral
Adan Corral

We are happy to invite you to the International Research Conference on the Effectiveness of Development Co-operation, co-organized by INTPA D.1 and the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER), on behalf of Action Area 1.1 (Demonstrating the Impact of Effectiveness) of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (GPEDC).

The Conference aims at building evidence around the factors driving the effectiveness of development co-operation and aid - in particular the relationship between the implementation of the development effectiveness principles and better development impact, including the factors that constrain and influence effectiveness and performance.

More than 80 researchers from all over the world will discuss innovative, theoretical, and empirical research about aid effectiveness, as well as its policy take-aways, together with the EU community. The studies presented at the various sessions during the event involve wide-ranging reviews of existing analysis, as well as primary research to identify specific examples. These include both country-level and regional cases mostly from Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and Asia, and analyses from thematic perspectives such as fragile contexts, private sector involvement, health, ownership, migration and evaluation among others.

It will be a hybrid event. The Conference will take place on 17 and 18 November, 2022, both at Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel and online. If you are interested in joining the event, please register until Monday 14 November using this online form as places for both online and offline participants are limited.

Please find the programme of the conference, including the list of the papers presented here.

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We are looking forward to meeting you at the Conference!

On behalf of the lead of GPEDC Action Area 1.1 & Fiona Ramsey, Head of Unit, INTPA D.1