GDN Annual Conference 2011

Financing Development in a Post-Crisis World: The Need for a Fresh Look

The GDN 12th Annual Global Development Conference took place on January 13-15, 2011 in Bogotá, Colombia. The Universidad de los Andes hosted the conference and was GDN’s local partner.

The central theme of the conference was “Financing Development in a Post-Crisis World: The Need for a Fresh Look.”

Topics covered at the Conference included:

  • Financing Development: The New Agenda
  • Development Aid: The Emerging New Landscape
  • External Capital Flows, Financing Constraints and Volatility
  • Financial Sector Development and Domestic Resource Mobilization: Another Angle to Look at the MDGs?
  • Rethinking Microfinance
  • Innovative Sources of Development Finance and the Rise of the New Philanthropy
  • Financing Development: Looking into the Future

Read all the blog posts and watch the video interviews and other multimedia from the 2011 GDN Annual Conference. All the plenary sessions from the conference had been broadcasted live on the web and the session recordings are now available on this blog.

The conference trailer below provides an introduction to the event:

For more details about the conference, you can also check the links below:

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