South-South Development Cooperation (SSDC)
Chances and Challenges for the International Aid Architecture
In September 2014 the Research Center for Distributional Conflict and Globalization hosted an interdisciplinary Workshop on “South-South Development Cooperation: Chances and Challenges for the International Aid Architecture” that was jointly organized by Andreas Fuchs, Dana de la Fontaine, Katharina Richert and Jivanta Schöttli. This is a forum for economists, political scientists, sociologists, geographers and other researchers to present their research on South-South Development Cooperation. The goal of the workshop was to stimulate the exchange of ideas and discuss research in a relaxed atmosphere.
September 26-27, 2014
Heidelberg Center for American Studies
Curt und Heidemarie Engelhorn Palais
Hauptstraße 120, D-69117 Heidelberg
Keynote speakers and confirmed guests
Emma Mawdsley, Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge and author of the book “From Recipients to Donors: Emerging Powers and the Changing Development Landscape”
Rani D. Mullen, Associate Professor of Government at the College of William and Mary and head of the Indian Development Research team at the Centre for Policy Research in New Delhi
Bradley Parks, Co-Executive Director of AidData and Research Faculty at the College of William and Mary
Michael J. Tierney, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations as well as Director of the Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations and the AidData Center for Development Policy at the College of William and Mary
Call for Papers
The deadline to submit papers has passed. Interested researchers were asked to submit full papers (preferred) or abstracts by July 11, 2014.
Submission of full papers
Please send your final paper to your discussant by Friday, September 19, 2014. In addition, kindly submit a copy of your paper to email@example.com if you agree that your paper gets posted on the workshop website (www.uni-heidelberg.de/ssdc).
25 minutes are reserved for each paper. Presentations will be 15 minutes, each discussant has 3 minutes and 7 minutes are foreseen for the overall discussion. Session chairs are responsible for keeping the time.
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