2022 Global Development Conference: Tax Policy for Sustainable Development

November 02, 2022 > November 04, 2022, Clermont-Ferrand et en ligne

The Global Development Network (GDN), the Center for Studies and Research on International Development (CERDI), the Foundation for Studies and Research on International Development (FERDI) and the University of Clermont-Auvergne (UCA), are collaborating to host this conference in the French city of Clermont-Ferrand on 2-4, November 2022.

The Global Development Conference will focus on Tax Policy for Sustainable Development.

The event will be held in hybrid format to allow for broader participation, while aiming still for a large contingent to attend in person.

The majority of participants will be from developing countries.
The event will host high-level, inclusive, evidence-based debates on the links between tax policies and sustainable development, ranging from resource mobilization and post-shocks fiscal consolidation to incentives, equity and inclusive growth. The Conference’s trademark is highlighting and encouraging truly global perspectives on a critical topic, debated too often mostly in developed countries. It will thereby reinforce cooperation and knowledge transfer among all relevant stakeholders, while at the same time, offering a preview of cutting-edge knowledge and methods at the intersection of tax policy and sustainable development planning.

The event has the generous support of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD).

Call for sessions and papers

The 2022 Global Development Conference Organizing Committee is issuing a call for innovative works on the various links between tax policies and sustainable development.

Deadline for the call for papers: 10 May 2022. See the call for papers

Deadline for the call for sessions: 30 June 2022. See the call for sessions  

Applications platform (Sessions & Papers). Please read the call guidelines before you apply.