The International Conference on Development Economics and Public Policy Analysis will be an annual forum for discussing advances in research and the results of the latest studies on the development and analysis of public policies in Morocco and elsewhere. Its ambition is to serve as a bridge between the academic and political worlds by bringing together the concerns of researchers, professionals/specialists in these issues and those of decision-makers.
This year, its theme will be "Poverty and inequality: dynamics and perspectives in developing countries".
Jean-Louis Arcand, head of the PhD program in development economics at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, and FERDI Senior Fellow, will be the keynote speaker and give an inaugural lecture.
Martine Audibert (FERDI Senior Fellow, CNRS/CERDI, Clermont-Auvergne University) and Fouzi Mourji (FERDI Senior Fellow, University of Hassan II Casablanca / MAEPP) are part of the scientific committee.