Centre for Studies and Research on International Development (CERDI)
Biographical Info The CERDI is a research on international development established in 1976. At that time, it was the first joint-unit between the CNRS - National Center for Scientific Research - and a French university dedicated to development economics. The publications and expertise of the members of CERDI cover all the aspects of economic development: the engines of growth along with the social, economic and environmental consequences of development. Key research areas are: development financing, sustainable development paths, the integration of developing economies into the world economy.
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City University of Auvergne