Impact Assessment for Social and Economic Development
Enjoy Hotel and Casino | Viña del Mar | Chile
8-11 April 2014

Sign up for updates

Important Dates

June 2013
Session proposal submission opens

September 2013
10 Deadline for session proposals
20 Session reviews completed; session chairs notified of acceptance status
15 Deadline for training course proposals

October 2013
15 Paper and poster abstract submission opens

December 2013
6 Deadline for paper and poster abstract submissions
9 Conference registration opens

January 2014
17 Abstract reviews completed: authors notified of acceptance status
31 Registration deadline for session chairs and all presenters and speakers
31 Early Bird Registration Closes

February 2014
14 Draft papers (optional) due
15 Technical visit and training course registrations deadline

March 2014
7 All presenters provided final information and instructions
19 Pre-registration closes
22 Final program posted online

June 2014
15 Final papers (optional) due

Why Would Students Want To Attend IAIA14?

Download the Student Flyer PDF

This is the largest conference in the impact assessment field, attended by over 700 professionals from 80 different countries. IAIA14 is a unique chance to present your work and receive international feedback. The conference is your opportunity to network with other professionals and learn about current best practice principles, recent tools and techniques for impact assessment.

Conference theme Impact Assessment for Social and Economic Development:

Social and economic progress can lead to a better quality of life, but at what cost? Economic progress often generates environmental effects that, even though they are not immediately evident, may adversely impact biodiversity and natural resources. At the conference, experiences and ideas will be shared about how IA outcomes may include efficient and innovative ways to promote social and economic development to benefit quality of life, now and for future generations.

Conference topics include:

Student Opportunities (contact impact@iaia.org for details):

Check out the IAIA Students and Early Professionals groups on Facebook (www.facebook.com/groups/389986357725662/) and IAIAConnect (http://iaiaconnect. iaia.org/groups).


What are Impact Assessment students up to?

This session aims to provide an overview of recent and upcoming topics and innovations in impact assessment research. In addition, the panel will have an experienced academic to give specific feedback on the presentations.

See a list of other proposed sessions for IAIA14 at http://www.iaia.org/con-ferences/iaia14/documents/prelimi-nary_list_of_sessions_web.pdf.

Proposed activities:


Download the Student Flyer PDF