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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - News
    Descriptive info: .. home.. background.. supporters.. registration.. review panel.. call for papers.. submit abstract.. travel & accom.. programme.. download papers.. financial support.. steering committee.. organising team.. summer school.. participants.. contact.. Report on the 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change.. Frank Biermann, chair, 2007 Amsterdam Conference.. 22 August 2007.. The mission statement of the Earth System Science Partnership calls upon social scientists to develop ‘strategies for Earth System management’.. Yet what such strategies might be, and how such strategies can be developed, remains poorly understood in the social sciences.. Moreover, social scientists tend to disagree with the notion of ‘management’, and rather prefer the term ‘governance’, which is, in social science terms, rather non-hierarchical, decentralised, less government-driven and open for multiple perspectives and stakeholders.. What are then the appropriate theories and strategies for sustainable earth system governance? This question stood at the centre of the 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, held 24-26 May 2007 at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.. The conference was the seventh event in the series of annual European Conferences on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, begun in Berlin in 2001.. With more than 350 participants, it was the so far largest congress in the series of European conferences on HDGEC.. The selection procedure for presentations was demanding: all presentations were selected in a double-blind review through an international review panel of about 70 experts, and every paper proposal had been reviewed by 5 international reviewers, with a rejection rate above 50%.. The eventual 175 presentations in parallel sessions and 24 keynote presentations in ten plenary and semi-plenary sessions showed the breadth of ‘earth system governance’ as a crosscutting field of global change research.. The organisers defined earth system governance as the sum of the formal and informal rule systems and actor-networks at all levels of human society (from local to global) that are set up to influence the co-evolution of human and natural systems in a way that secures the sustainable development of human society - that is, a development that meets the needs of present generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.. The organisers proposed this notion of earth system governance as both a description of an emerging social phenomenon expressed in hundreds of international and national institutions and actor-networks, and a political project that engages more and more people around the globe.. Not the least, as evidenced by the large response to the call for papers as well as the lively discussions in Amsterdam, earth system governance is developing into a demanding and vital subject of research in the social sciences.. All presentations at the conference addressed one or several of the following seven themes:.. Theories and Methods for Analysing Earth System Governance:.. papers that addressed new theoretical advances and methodological tools to better analyse earth system governance, including new  ...   Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (IDGEC), which ended in December 2006 (on the manifold results, see IHDP Update 1/2007).. The Earth System Governance Scientific Planning Committee met for the first time back-to-back with the 2007 Amsterdam Conference and held several consultations on the new research intiative during the conference, including with participants from developing countries and Eastern European countries and with keynote speakers and younger conference participants.. The Committee’s interim secretariat will be hosted by the Department of Environmental Policy Analysis of the Institute for Environmental Studies in Amsterdam.. Back-to-back with the 2007 Amsterdam Conference, the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the University of Maastricht jointly offered an International Summer School on Earth System Governance for PhD students and other researchers in their early career stages.. This international summer school was supported by the Netherlands Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment (SENSE) in co-operation with the Dutch national research programme Climate for Space—Space for Climate.. A similar summer school will be held in early 2008 at the Freie Universität Berlin, back-to-back with the 2008 Berlin Conference.. The conference organisers at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam could rely on generous support from a number of Conference Co-hosts, without which the congress would not have been possible: AIRD - Environment Canada and IRES - University of British Columbia, Canada; the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP); the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Global Change Committee); the Netherlands Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment (SENSE); the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, United Kingdom; and the European research projects ADAM—Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Supporting European Climate Policy; Glogov.. org—The Global Governance Project; NeWater—New Approaches to Adaptive Water Management under Uncertainty; and REFGOV—Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest.. All in all, as expressed by many participants, the 2007 Amsterdam Conference was a major success in charting a new and demanding research field—earth system governance.. The scientific planning committee for the IHDP Earth System Governance project initiative, constituted in Amsterdam, will now take the initiative further.. Further reading: Frank Biermann, ‘Earth system governance as a cross-cutting theme of global change research’, in: Global Environmental Change, 2007, in press (.. online available with Elsevier).. Upcoming:.. 2008 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change.. to be held in Berlin on 22-23 February 2008.. Host.. Institute for Environmental Studies.. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.. Co-Hosts.. ADAM Project.. AIRD - Environment Canada.. Global Governance Project.. Glogov.. org.. Netherlands Environmental.. Assessment Agency.. NeWater Project.. REFGOV Project.. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts.. and Sciences, Global Change.. Committee.. SENSE Research School.. Tyndall Centre.. Endorsements.. International Human Dimensions Programme (.. IHDP.. ).. World Academy of Art and Science (.. WAAS.. ).. Contact.. Conference manager, 2007 Amsterdam Conference:.. Ac2007@ivm.. vu.. nl.. 2007 Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.. disclaimer.. please note: this website has been optimized for internet explorer 6, netscape 6 and firefox 1 or higher.. website teller..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Background
    Descriptive info: Conference Background.. The 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environ mental Change has been the latest in the emerging series of European conferences on human dimensions research.. This series began in 2001 with the first Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change.. The 2007 Amsterdam Conference brought about the Europeanisation of this successful conference cycle.. The European conferences are mid-size annual events (much smaller than Open Meetings of IHDP or IGBP) of about 150 international participants, selected through rigorous international peer review.. Each conference has a clear thematic focus that allows for intense exchange and discussion.. Conference themes are selected with a view to bringing new and emerging topics to the European and global debate, thus ensuring the continuous innovative thrust of the conference series.. Special conference features, in cluding panels on teaching and targeted programmes for doctoral students, add to its innovative character.. The European Conferences on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change are endorsed by the Inter national Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) and the World Academy of Art and Science.. The International Steering Committee ensures close integration with the overarching Earth System Science Programme and other networks, such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.. In addition, the European Conferences on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change aim to further the integration of the European research projects in order to assist in shaping a European research area in the field of the human dimensions of global environmental change.. Plenary and semi-plenary presentations of major European research programmes, as well as poster sessions, form an essential part of the conference series.. Major European programmes and projects are being invited to financially and logistically support the European conferences.. The 2007 Amsterdam Conference did draw on support from the European programmes ADAM-‘Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Supporting European Climate Policy’; Glogov.. org – ‘The Global Governance Project’; NeWater – ‘New Approaches to Adaptive Water Management under Uncertainty’; RefGov – ‘Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest’, the Harmoni-CA project and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Global Change Committee), as well as support from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.. Upcoming Conferences.. Februar 2007 - 'Long-Term Policies: Governing Social-Ecological Change' (Berlin).. The Berlin Conference Steering Comittee invites to the 2008 Berlin Conference, organised by the Oldenburg Centre for Sustainability Economics and Management, CENTOS, Oldenburg University, and the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU) of the Freie Universität Berlin.. This 2008 Berlin Conference will be the eighth event in the series of annual European Conferences on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, and the first International Conference of the Social-Ecological Research Programme.. It is held in Berlin on 22-23 February 2008.. It particularly targets at bringing together trandisciplinary research results on long-term policies from various fields.. It will provide ample opportunities to advance social-ecological research into international debates and to discuss future perspectives of this field.. The conference format will also involve representatives of the particular actor groups such as businesses, civil society and NGOs, politics and the natural and social sciences to integrate their particular expertise.. A mutual exchange between the different actor groups will be facilitated and the practicability of problem-solving transdisciplinary work will be discussed.. We explicitly welcome papers that also integrate a gender perspective on these subjects.. The conference will run through two full days, with keynote addresses in plenary and semi-plenary sessions, and presentations of research papers in a series of six parallel panel sessions.. All presentations will be solicited through an international call for papers.. All paper and poster submissions will be reviewed by an international review panel before being accepted.. The conference has been endorsed by the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change Programme (IHDP), by the Earth System Governance Scientific Planning Committee and the German Association for Ecological Economic Research (VÖW).. The 2008 Berlin Conference ‘Long-Term Policies: Governing Social-Ecological Change’ is supported by the Social-Ecological Research Programme of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Global Governance Project.. More information is available at the.. conference website.. Past Conferences.. 2007 - 'Earth System  ...   Financial support was provided by Volkswagen Foundation, Germany (.. more.. 2004 - ‘Greening of Policies: Interlinkages and Policy Integration’ (Berlin).. The 2004 conference addressed the obstacles to integrated decision-making and successful strategies of policy integration, with an emphasis on interactions between regimes and policies on international and national levels.. Core questions included: What types of institutions succeed in strengthening policy integration? In how far are integration efforts affected by economic and political globalisation, the shift from government to governance, or the transition from environmental protection to sustainable development? What methods allow for an ex ante evaluation of the economic, social and environmental effects of policies and programmes? To what extent do international regimes affect the capacities for a greening of policies at the national level, and vice versa? The 2004 conference featured more than 100 speakers from all continents and various disciplines in 30 panels as well as 11 keynote speeches.. The conference was chaired by Klaus Jacob and managed by Daniel Pentzlin.. It was hosted by the Environmental Policy Research Centre of the Freie Universität Berlin, in co-operation with the Global Governance Project (Glogov.. org), on behalf of the Environmental Policy and Global Change Section of the German Political Science Association.. (.. 2003 - ‘Governance for Industrial Transformation’ (Berlin).. The 2003 conference focused on political strategies to limit the overuse of natural resources and emissions from industrial activities.. Participants addressed the historical experiences with the management of industrial transformation, stimulation of environmental innovations and the emergence of markets for environmental technologies; methods and indicators for the forecast of future technological development; new strategies and instruments, such as the so-called ‘third generation policy instruments’ and evolutionary approaches; and the interconnectedness of levels of policy-making and actors.. The meeting brought together 130 participants from 20 countries, with 57 papers presented.. The conference was chaired by Klaus Jacob and managed by Bianca Barth.. It was hosted by the Environmental Policy Research Centre of the Freie Universität Berlin in co-operation with the Sustime project led by the University of Applied Sciences Lausitz, the Global Governance Project (Glogov.. org), and the German Association for Ecological Economic Research (VÖW), with financial support by the German Science Foundation and additional support from the IHDP core project ‘Industrial Transformation’ and its project office at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.. 2002 - ‘Knowledge for the Sustainability Transition: The Challenge for Social Science’ (Berlin).. The 2002 conference focussed on the intellectual foundations of global environmental governance.. Do we need new kinds of knowledge or new ways to generate knowledge for the sustainability transition? How does knowledge affect decision-making for sustainability, and how do societal systems influence the ways in which sustainability knowledge is generated? How can social and scientific institutions be designed, and possibly reformed, to generate better sustainability-relevant knowledge and increase its use for decision-makers? About 220 scientists from 29 countries participated in the meeting, which included a total of 111 plenary and panel presentations.. The conference was chaired by Frank Biermann and managed by Sabine Campe.. org) on behalf of the German Political Science Association.. 2001 - ‘Global Environmental Change and the Nation State’ (Berlin).. The 2001 conference aunched the now regular series of European Conferences on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change.. The meeting focussed on the ways in which global environmental change and the emerging system of global governance has affected the role and sovereignty of the nation state.. Participants discussed ways in which the nation state is today constrained through global institutions, and ways in which it has gained importance as the pioneer of new approaches, policies and technologies and as the key agent in the global diffusion of new ideas.. The conference also featured case studies on national environmental policies that compared the ‘vertical influence’ of international institutions with the ‘horizontal influence’ of transnational diffusion.. The meeting brought together 166 researchers from 28 countries.. The 2001 conference was chaired by Frank Biermann and managed by Klaus Dingwerth, Rainer Brohm and others.. Org) on behalf of the German Political Science Association.. Core support was provided by the Heinrich Böll Foundation and Germany’s Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Energy..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Supporters
    Descriptive info: Background.. Supporters.. Institute for Environmental Studies (Department of Environmental Policy Analysis), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.. Co-Hosts / Sponsors.. ADAM Project – Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies: Supporting European Climate Policy (EU Integrated Project).. AIRD - Environment Canada and IRES - University of British Columbia.. org - The Global Governance Project.. Harmoni-CA.. Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP).. NeWater Project  ...   REFGOV Project - Reflexive Governance in the Public Interest (EU Integrated Project).. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Global Change Committee.. SENSE - The Netherlands Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment.. Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.. International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP).. World Academy of Art and Science..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Registration
    Descriptive info: Registration – 2007 Amsterdam Conference.. This site is no longer maintained..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Review panel
    Descriptive info: Review Panel.. This site informs about the review process for the 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change.. The call for papers has been closed on 1 October 2006.. We have received 370 abstracts -- much more than expected -- submitted by colleagues from more than fifty countries.. All abstracts have been under review by our International Review Panel.. The review system for the 2007 Amsterdam Conference worked as follows:.. All abstracts were evaluated independently and anonymously by five reviewers, allotted on a random basis.. Cf.. below for an alphabetical list of reviewers.. Abstracts were ranked on a scale from 5 points (highly appropriate for the conference/strong approval) to 1 point (not appropriate/rejection).. Based on the five grades that we received for each abstract from our review panel, we calculated an average grade for every abstract, and then ranked all 370 abstracts accordingly.. To the extent possible, we also took written comments from reviewers into account, and we specifically looked at abstracts where evaluators have differed by more than 2 points.. We accepted the best 185 abstracts of all submitted, thus ensuring an acceptance rate of 50%.. The 2007 Amsterdam Conference International Review Panel.. Name.. Institute.. Prof.. Frank Alcock.. New College of Florida.. Steinar Andresen..  ...   University.. Robert Falkner.. London School of Economics and Political Science.. Peter Feindt.. University of Hamburg.. Victor Galaz.. Stockholm University.. Thomas Gehring.. Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg.. Andrea Gerlak.. Columbia University.. Pieter Glasbergen.. University of Utrecht.. Ms.. Nicolien van der Grijp.. Aarti Gupta.. Tamar Gutner.. American University.. Alex Haxeltine.. University of East Anglia.. Richard Howarth.. Dartmouth College.. Eduard Interwies.. InterSus - Sustainability Services.. Klaus Jacob.. Andrew Jordan.. Helge Jörgens.. German Advisory Council on the Environment.. John Kirton.. University of Toronto.. Louis Lebel.. Chiang Mai University.. David Levy.. University of Massachusetts.. Marc Levy.. Columbia University, CIESIN.. Pim Martens.. Maastricht University, ICIS.. James Meadowcroft.. Carleton University.. Ronald B.. Mitchell.. University of Oregon.. Arthur Mol.. Dr Andreas Nölke.. Sebastian Oberthür.. Free University Brussels.. Henk Overbeek.. Claudia Pahl-Wostl.. University Osnabrück.. Dr Philipp Pattberg.. Vrije Universeit Amsterdam, IVM.. Arthur Petersen.. Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency.. Simone Pulver.. Brown University.. Ortwin Renn.. Universität Stuttgart.. G.. Kristin Rosendal.. Miranda Schreurs.. University of Maryland.. Heike Schroeder.. University of California.. Paul van Seters.. Bernd Siebenhüner.. University of Oldenburg.. Jon B.. Skjærseth.. Detlef Sprinz.. Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.. David Tabara.. University of Barcelona, IEST.. Stacy Vandeveer.. University of New Hampshire.. Jake Werksman.. New York University School of Law.. Wouter Werner.. Jorgen Wettestad.. Oran Young.. Fariborz Zelli.. Bastiaan Zoeteman.. Globus, University of Tilburg..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Call for papers
    Descriptive info: Call for Papers..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Submission of abstracts
    Descriptive info: Abstract Submission.. The Call for Papers for the 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change is closed..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Travel and Administration
    Descriptive info: Travel Accomodation.. CO.. 2.. Emissions Offsetting.. The Amsterdam Conference Committee proudly announces that to reduce the impact on the climate, CO2 emissions from this event (in total 305 tonnes CO2) have been offset by Climate Care.. Climate Care is a service that helps us to repair the damage our event does to the climate.. It does this by  ...   reducing an equivalent amount of CO2 on our behalf.. These reductions are made through a range of projects in renewable energy and energy efficiency, which not only fight climate change but bring benefits to communities round the world.. Climate Care will offset emissions from traveling to and from the Amsterdam Conference.. To find out more visit.. www.. climatecare..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Programme
    Descriptive info: Conference Programme.. Programme of the 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change.. (pdf).. Plenary Sessions.. Chair:.. Agus Sari.. Former chair, Institutional Dimensions core project of IHDP, and director, Ecosecurities, Indonesia.. Plenary Speeches.. Institutions for Sustainable Development: Findings from the IDGEC Research Programme.. Chair, International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, and University of California at Santa Barbara, United States of America.. Earth System Governance: Outline of a Research Agenda.. Chair, 2007 Amsterdam Conference, and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.. ^^ top.. Semi-Plenary Sessions.. [In the thematic order of the call].. “Analysis and Assessment I: Innovative Approaches for Climate Policy Appraisal and Action”.. Marleen van de Kerkhof.. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.. Co-Hosts:.. AIRD-Environment Canada, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, and EU ADAM Project.. Presenters:.. Towards an Innovative Framework for Climate Policy Appraisal.. The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, United Kingdom.. Discussant:.. Ian Burton.. AIRD-Environment Canada.. “Analysis and Assessment II: Towards a Sustainability Science?”.. University of Maastricht, The Netherlands.. Co-Host:.. The Netherlands Research School for Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment (SENSE).. The Role of Transdisciplinarity in Transitions Towards Sustainability.. Roland Scholz.. ETH Zurich, Switzerland.. Sustainability, International Treaties and the Role of Science.. Louise Fresco.. University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.. Reframing as a Method for Sustainability Science.. Lennart Olsson.. Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies, Sweden.. Discussant:.. Rik Leemans.. Wageningen University, The Netherlands.. “Analysis and Assessment III: The Quality of Life in Sustainability Assessments”.. Chair:.. The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP).. The Quality of Life in Sustainability Assessments: MNP's First Sustainability Outlook.. Bert de Vries.. The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (MNP), The Netherlands.. Quality of Life and Development at a Human Scale.. Manfred Max-Neef.. Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile.. Quality of Life at Risk.. John Adams.. University College London, United Kingdom.. “Architectures of Earth System Governance: Climate Architectures after 2012”.. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and ADAM Project.. ADAM Project and Tyndall Centre  ...   University, Sweden.. Reflexive Governance of Global Public Goods”.. Tom Dedeurwaerdere.. Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium.. The REFGOV Project.. Inge Kaul.. United Nations Development Programme.. Regulatory Reform Beyond Command and Control.. Neil Gunningham.. Open University Australia, Australia.. Olivier Godard.. Polytechnique Paris, France.. David Laws.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.. “Earth System Governance: Perspectives from IHDP and Earth System Science Partnership Projects”.. Michele Betsill.. Colorado State University, United States of America, and member, Earth System Governance Planning Group.. Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.. Ken Conca.. IHDP Global Environmental Change and Human Security core project, and University of Maryland.. Frans Berkhout.. IHDP Industrial Transformation core project, and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.. Diana Liverman.. ESSP Global Environmental Change and Food Security joint project, and University of Oxford.. Round Table: Institutionalising Research on Institutions—as a Crosscutting Theme?.. Chair, 2007 Amsterdam Conference, and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.. Katrina Brown.. Member, Scientific Committee, International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, and University of East Anglia, United Kingdom.. Member, Scientific Steering Committee, Monsoon Asia Integrated Regional Study, and director, Unit for Social and Environmental Research, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.. Andreas Rechkemmer.. Executive Director, International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change, Bonn, Germany.. Heike Schröder.. Former executive director, IHDP IDGEC core project, and University of Oxford, United Kingdom.. Social Programme.. Holland Tour.. : Sunday 27th of May 2007.. For all participants of the Amsterdam Conference the Amsterdam Conference Managers provide the opportunity to join our Discover the Netherlands Tour This tour consists of visits to the Zaanse Schans (windmills and open air museum) and Edam (Dutch cheese market) and a Canal cruise through the centre city of Amsterdam.. The costs of this event will be € 30,-.. Registration opens on January 1st.. Early registration is recommended, as the number of participants are restricted.. For more information contact Sliman Abu Amara (.. e-mail.. ) or visit the websites of.. De Zaanse Schans.. and the.. Edam Kaasmarkt.. Registration..

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  • Title: 2007 Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change - Financial Support
    Descriptive info: Financial Support.. The 2007 Amsterdam Conference granted substancial financial support to colleagues who work at institutes in developing countries, and colleagues in the early stages of their career.. The grants are based on the relative rank of a paper proposal in our review..

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