Think development – Think WIDER
WIDER Development Conference
The conference will showcase UNU-WIDER, its work, and the many people and institutions that are engaged with it. There will be panel discussions on all of the main themes and findings of UNU-WIDER’s research during 2009-18 — finance, food and climate change; and transformation, inclusion and sustainability. It will take stock of what we have learned, look to the future of development economics, and global development more broadly, serving as a bridge to fresh UNU-WIDER initiatives, aiming to mobilize evidence and action around the 2030 SDG agenda and its goals.Read more
WIDER Seminar Series
The WIDER Seminar Series showcases the latest research on key topics in development economics. The weekly sessions held in Helsinki are open to local and visiting researchers, policy makers, and others working on development topics.Read more
2018 Nordic conference on development economics
Conference | 11-12 June 2018
Aalto University School of Business, University of Tampere and UNU-WIDER in collaboration with the Nordic Network in Development Economics will organize the 2018 Nordic Conference on Development Economics on 11-12 June 2018 in Helsinki, Finland. The conference aims at bringing together Nordic and international scholars for the exchange of ideas and discussion of recent results within theoretical and applied development economics research.Read more
4 past and upcoming events
Project workshopSecond training on VNMOD – a tax-benefit microsimulation model for Viet Nam
As part of the SOUTHMOD project , the country team at the Central Institute for Economic Management ( CIEM ), together with Dr Toon Vanheukelom from KU Leuven , will deliver a training course for government officials, researchers, and other...
Project workshopInclusive development in Myanmar: Training on report writing using the MSME dataset
Using the Myanmar Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Survey (MSME) Dataset, around 30 participants from the Central Statistical Organization of Myanmar will receive training on report writing.
SeminarDragan Filipovich on 'risk-sharing’ markets in small-householder farmer societies
SeminarAmèvi Kouwoaye on trade tax reforms and poverty in developing countries: why some countries benefit and others lose out
On 21 November Amèvi Kouwoaye, PhD Candidate, University of Laval, will present his research. Abstract - Trade tax reforms and poverty in developing countries: why some countries benefit and others lose out? This paper studies the...