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 Regional Forum on Journey to and from the Middle Income Status–The Challenges for Public Sector Managers 

Date:2014-04-22~2014-04-25

Address:SNAI, No. 200 Panlong Rd., Qingpu District, Shanghai, PRC

The Asia-Pacific Finance and Development Center (AFDC), in cooperation with the Asia-Pacific Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results (APCoP), is organizing a Regional Forum on Journey to and from the Middle Income Status–The Challenges for Public Sector Managers from 22-25 April 2014 in Shanghai, P.R. China.

The purpose of the forum is to allow public sector managers to appreciate the range of challenges in the journey to and from the middle income status and perspectives on overcoming these. There will be presentations by public sector management experts and development practitioners, in addition to country presentations. A total of 50 senior government officials from the region are expected to attend.

Topics that will be covered in this forum include:

Topic 1: Setting The Scene: Middle  Income Trap: What It Means And Its Implications At A Macro Economic Level
Topic 2: Middle Income Trap And  Lessons From Emerging Economies
Topic 3: Middle Income Trap And  Results Based  Public Sector Management
Topic 4: Trends  In Public Sector Management
Topic 5: Country Presentations: India Case
Topic 6:  Middle Income Trap:  An Alternative Perspective On Results Based Management
Topic 7:  Decentralization, Development And Public Sector Governance: Evolving Perspectives From Global Experience
Topic 8: Changes In Public Management To Support The Transition From Middle Income Status
Topic 9:  Case Study Bangladesh : Urban Finances To Facilitate Effective Urban Service Delivery
Topic 10:   Inclusive Growth : An Overview Identifying Challenges For Middle Income Countries
Topic 11:  Case Study – Social Policies For Overcoming Middle Income Trap – China And  Thailand
Topic 12: Case Study – Engaging Citizen Particpation To Overcome The Bottlenecks To Development
Topic 13: Cooperatives: Engaging The Community To Address The Challenges Brought By Middle Income Status
Field Trip:Suzhou Creek Rehabilitation Project Site

For registration, you may contact Ms. Chen at amychen@afdc.org.cn

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