In Partnership With:
- George Washington University
- The University of Maryland
- Georgetown University
- American University
- George Mason University
- University of Virginia
- The World Bank
- The International Food Policy Research Institute
- Center for Global Development
- Inter-American Development Bank
Institute for International Economic Policy
First Annual Conference Washington Area Development Economics Symposium (WADES)
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Institute for International Economic Policy, GWU
Lindner Family Commons, 6th Floor 1957 E ST. NW,
Washington D.C. 20052
The Washington Area Development Economics Symposium (WADES) is a forum that highlights cutting edge development economics research at leading economic institutions in the Washington D.C. area. Its primary activity is sponsoring an annual research conference where scholars present their latest academic work. Researchers from George Washington University, University of Maryland, Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University (SAIS), University of Virginia, the World Bank, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), American University, George Mason University, and the Center for Global Development are all participants in the symposium.
The George Washington University's Institute for International Economic Policy will organize the first conference on Saturday, 20 April 2013 from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm. The conference will take place at 1957 E Street (City View room, 7th Floor). To register for the conference please fill out our form and please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Please note that WADES conferences are open to the public but participants must register.
George Washington University's Institute for International Economic Policy, housed at the Elliott School of International Affairs, is dedicated to producing and disseminating high-quality non-partisan academic and policy relevant research on international economic policy. Areas of focus include international trade, international finance, and development economics.