is a two-week, high-level training programme in development economics, public policymaking, and development strategies.
APORDE will feature leading international and African economists to lead discussions and share their views on economic development and industrialisation …
APORDE is supported by the Department of Trade and Industry and the Industrial Development Corporation; both crucially involved in economic development, with an …
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The African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics (APORDE) is a two-week, high-level training programme in development economics, public policymaking, and development strategies aimed at building capacity in the South, particularly in Africa.
Over the two weeks, leading academics, policy makers and civil society representatives from Africa, Asia and Latin America explore alternatives to mainstream thinking on development issues, in a manner that promotes original thinking.
Participants receive intensive high-level training and interact with some of the best development economists in the world, as well as with their peers from around the world.
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