APORDE was created in 2007 at the initiative of Nicolas Pons-Vignon (then at IFAS, now at Wits University) and Nimord …
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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Dear APORDE candidates
I would like to thank you for your interest in APORDE 2020. You will recall that when the APORDE 2020 call for application was launched, a provision was made that a final decision on the APORDE 2020 programme would be made at the end of the month of June 2020. Due to the ongoing restrictions on traveling because of the state of disaster declared in South Africa and several other countries, the APORDE Scientific Committee decided to cancel the APORDE 2020 edition. The Scientific Committee tried to take its time in observing the evolvement of the situation and concluded that it will not be possible to deliver the programme in its optimum format. We would like to encourage you to apply for next year’s edition of APORDE. The APORDE team will organise a series of online seminars in September this year and we will share the details of the series on our website in due time. We would encourage you to join in for the seminars as they will provide an indication of the APORDE lectures.
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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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