NEUDC 2022 Conference
The North East Universities Development Consortium (NEUDC) annual conference was held in-person and hosted by the Economic Growth Center at Yale University in New Haven, CT. Sessions ran all day Saturday, November 5, and Sunday morning, November 6.
NEUDC has organized annual conferences in development economics since 1967. The location and sponsorship of the annual NEUDC conference usually rotates among the organizing institutions: Boston University, Brown University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, MIT, Northwestern University, Tufts University, Williams College, and Yale.
Conference registration opened on July 1, 2022 at this link - NEUDC 2022 (touchnet.net). Early registration for general faculty and business was $200. Early discounted registration was $120, which was applicable to all students, all post-docs, residents of low- and lower-middle-income countries (LMICs), and faculty at community colleges and historically Black colleges and universities. The early registration discount ended at 8am on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, after which registration was $250 for faculty or business and $150 for individuals in discounted categories. Registration fees will not be refunded after October 11, except upon a positive Covid test. The registration fee will include breakfast, lunch, coffee/tea, and dinner on Saturday, and breakfast and coffee/tea on Sunday.
Travel grant opportunity: J-PAL’s Governance Initiative (GI), which funds randomized evaluations of strategies to improve governance, is now offering Conference Travel Grants to support the participation of researchers from low- and middle-income countries at leading economics conferences. Up to two successful applicants will be fully funded to attend the NEUDC 2022 Conference. Researchers have until September 5, 2022 to apply and must submit a letter of support from a J-PAL affiliate or GI invited researcher with their application. Find more information on how to apply here. For any questions, please reach out to email@example.com.
Covid-19 Protocols: All staff, students and guests of Yale must be vaccinated and boosted (if eligible) for COVID 19 and follow all of Yale’s guidelines, which can be found under Events, Gatherings & Meetings | COVID-19 Information (yale.edu).
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The Call for Papers is now closed
From June 15 to Aug 15, 2022, EGC welcomed submissions of papers that investigate topics in economic development broadly defined. Submitters were notified of decisions on September 27th, and the program is available at this link.
Read the conference program.