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External Events

  1. 25-26 July, Patna, Bihar: IGC Bihar Growth Conference 2015

    July 22, 2015, 6:37 a.m.

    The 5th Annual Bihar Growth Conference will bring together political leaders, senior bureaucrats and leading academics together to generate ideas for growth.

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  2. 17-19 August, Kenya: East Africa Microfinance Summit 2015

    July 8, 2015, 6:42 a.m.

    The Association of Microfinance Institutions in Kenya will host this event and bring together industry players from the region and across the world to assess progress towards microfinance goals.

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  3. 21-22 July, New Delhi: IGC-ISI India Development Policy Conference 2015

    June 30, 2015, 6:34 a.m.

    The 6th IGC-ISI India Development Policy Conference will bring together researchers and policymakers to present and discuss the implications of research produced on issues central to India’s growth, and to identify future research questions. The conference will include sessions on Firms and Industry, Human Development, Energy and State Capabilities.

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  4. 29 August-3 September, Kampala: Eastern African Research and Innovations Management (EARIMA) conference

    June 12, 2015, 6:47 a.m.

    This conference will focus on building capacity in research and innovations management for socio-economic transformation.
    The conference will be organised along four streams/sub-themes: research and innovations management, research funding, research partnerships and collaborations, research policies and networks.

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  5. 12-16 October, Johannesburg: South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association conference 2015

    June 11, 2015, 6:14 a.m.

    The conference theme this year is, using evaluation to improve people's lives. Discussions will center on accountability and public interest about how evaluations are used in South Africa, both by state and non-state actors, for public good. The conference will discuss what kind of evidence is considered when making evaluative judgments about the allocation of scarce resources and the costs/benefits of interventions, as well as consider the power dynamics that determine what becomes of evaluation conclusions and recommendations.

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