World Federation of Science Journalists

Global Development Conference

How do you measure development?
How do you measure the success of health programs?
How do you evaluate the impact of agriculture and trade policies?

Some 450 experts from all over the world will offer answers to these questions during the 11th Annual Global Development Conference which will be held 16 – 18 January 2010, in Prague, Czech Republic.

Organized by GDN, the Global Development Network, the Global Development Conference will present the latest research on some of most important issues in economics. It will address global questions facing the world: the legitimacy and rightfulness of the ‘western or northern worldview’ of global and regional integration, and new political economy paradigms all the way to new forms of capitalism.

The GDN Conference will also be held for the first time in the Central and Eastern European region. The conference, organized under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Czech Republic and the City of Prague and in partnership with the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education Economic Institute (CERGE-EI), will be an opportunity to discuss risks to both developed and developing countries emanating from a globalized economic and financial system.

For registration:

Related link