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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT AND POVERTY REDUCTION:
THE MACRO-MICRO LINKAGE
A Conference sponsored by
Development Policy Research Unit (DPRU)
Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS)
in association with Cornell University
with support from USAID
October 13-15, 2004
Cape Town, South Africa
|Each year, the Development Policy Research Unit, SAGAs research partner in South Africa, hosts a conference on the economy of South Africa. In 2004, with support from SAGA, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), International Development Research Centre (IDRC), USAID/South Africa, and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, DPRU expanded this conference to a Africa-wide focus, inviting papers from all over the continent on the theme of "African Development and Poverty Reduction: The Macro-Micro Link." The conference was held over three days, October 13-15, at the Lord Charles Hotel in Somerset, Western Cape. Hosting this and other such events will help DPRU raise its profile beyond South Africa, where it is already recognized as the leading policy research center for labor market and poverty issues.
||Ravi Kanbur (Cornell) gives an after dinner talk on World Bank lending policies.
Peter Glick (Cornell) comments on a presentation at the 2004 DPRU Conference.
View the final Conference Programme at the DPRU forum site.
Conference Papers are available at this site. Follow the link to read titles and abstracts. Papers are available from the SAGA Publications page in PDF format.
Conference participants at the session "Approaches to Understanding Poverty in Africa."
|Participants at Thursdays conference dinner (click on photo to see enlarged view).
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