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Academics and Researchers

Tap into the vast array of applied research produced and data collected and disseminated by the World Bank, share your own findings with us, or explore the potential for participating in conferences and symposia.

Data and Research

The Bank undertakes a broad range of analytic and advisory activities to support its poverty reduction mission through the Development Economics Vice Presidency (DEC) and the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management (PREM) Network. The research informs the Bank's work on broad issues such as the environment, poverty, gender, trade, debt reduction, and globalization. DEC is responsible for collecting, studying, and sharing information internally and externally relating to development, which it does through the Research group, the Data group, and the Development Prospects group.

Visit the Research Website for more information about Policy Research Working Papers and other reports. Also, see the boxes on your right for links to the World Bank's flagship publications.

Conferences

ABCDE: The Annual Bank Conferences on Development Economics (ABCDE) is one of the world's best known series of conferences for the presentation and discussion of new knowledge about development, and serves as excellent networking venues for academics and researchers. Click here for more information on past and upcoming ABCDE meetings.

Share your university papers!

Have you written a university paper about the World Bank?  Would you like to have it published on our site?   Visit the Share University Papers site to find out how.




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