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Quantitative Integrated Policy Analysis Model, Estimation and Country Applications (QIPAM)

Financial Sector Policies

This course provides an overview of the Quantitative Model for the Integrated Policy Framework (QIPF) and shows how it can be applied to address pressing policy questions. It first discusses the model's theoretical underpinnings and relates them to key principles of current Fund advice, focusing on monetary policy tradeoffs and the design of policies mitigating macroeconomic and financial instability, including the application of macroprudential policy tools. Of particular interest will be to study the interaction between interest rate, FX interventions, capital flow measures and macroprudential policy tools. The course shall also demonstrate how estimation can be used to account for country-specific characteristics, and how estimation outputs can be used to help interpret economic developments. Finally, a number of applications will additionally showcase how the QIPF can be used to build macroeconomic and financial crisis scenarios designed to provide quantitative answers to practical policy questions.

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    Target Audience

    Central bank economists or advanced PhD students interested in getting a good understanding of quantitative models for the Integrated Policy Framework and looking to apply it in policy or academic work.

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    Qualifications

    Technically versatile PhD economists (or equivalent practical experience) with a strong interest in macroeconomic modelling. Knowledge of programming in Matlab/Octave or similar computer programs is also very helpful.

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    Course Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

    • Understand the basics of monetary, exchange rate, and macroprudential policies in the quantitative DSGE models.
    • Understand the transmission of various policy tools in the quantitative IPF model.
    • Understand how to specify and design various policy scenarios in the quantitative IPF model.
    • Be able to estimate and do scenario analysis with the quantitative IPF model in Dynare.
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    Upcoming Offering

    Start date End date Location Delivery Method Session No. Primary & (Interpretation) language Apply
    July 15, 2024 July 19, 2024 Singapore, Singapore In-person Training ST 24.34 English (English) Deadline passed
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