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Join the Center for Global Peace and Conflict for a discussion on careers and current "state of the art" in peacebuilding, prevention and conflict research for international organizations and the UN system. Milante will lead discussion on where the trends are going and what research will need to be done - and how new researchers are pushing forward in these areas in the next decade.
Milante's research focuses on measuring and monitoring security and socio-economic development through indicator and metric design, statistical analysis and modeling. He has worked for the World Bank and advised multilateral institutions (OECD, IMF, UN agencies), civil society organizations and the governments of developing and developed countries. He was the lead author of the 2011 World Development Report on “Conflict, Security, and Development.” He received his Ph.D. in economics from UC Irvine.