This three day programme is a condensed and shorter version of the following three courses offered by the IIF:
Class size will be kept small and the content is tailored to fit participants’ interests.
The programme will explore core macroeconomic ideas that provide consistent forecasting techniques for the real, fiscal, monetary, and external sectors, and how they relate to each other. For each sector, the course presents the accounting framework, interpretations of variables and indicators from these accounts, and basic analysis of the accounts.
The programme also includes a series of workshops in which participants, under the guidance of counselors, are divided into groups, to implement the diagnostic and analytical tools presented in the lectures and to develop consistent forecasts of key macroeconomic indicators of a country.
An impressive group of expert industry practitioners, including former IIF staff members, and chief economists with more than 25 years of experience will share their insights with participants.
For more information on this program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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