Mardi 16 Mars 2010
de 16:30 à 18:30
Débats Conférences
Paris

With the participation of Shanta Devarajan, Chief Economist of the Africa Region at the World Bank, Jorge Saba Arbache,Director, Africa Development Indicators Project, Jean-Marc Gravellini, Director of AFD's Africa department, Philippe Montigny, Président ETHIC Intelligence International and President CIAN anticorruption Commission, Youssou N'Dour, Senegalese artist and composer.

Chaiman: Pierre Jacquet, Head of Strategy and Chief Economist, Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

Background: The African Development Indicators (ADI), prepared by the office of the Chief Economist, is one of the flagship publications of the Africa Region at the World Bank. This year, the African Development Indicators (ADI-2010) consists of an essay entitled "Silent and Lethal: How Quiet Corruption Undermines Africa's Development Efforts" and an expanded data set of 1,600 variables. Shanta Devarajan and Jorge Saba Arbache will present and discuss the fundings highlighted by the analysis of these data with our panel of experts, and then the public.

The report is going to be availble from Monday 15th at 6 p.m (Paris time)

Acces here to M. Devarajan's blog on the World Bank's website

Acces Ethic Intelligence's website