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Inclusive Growth and Structural Policies

These courses, presented by the IMF Institute, cover issues which have recently gained prominence, including energy subsidies, inclusive growth, managing natural resources, regional integration, and vulnerability diagnostics.

Intro

This online course, presented by the IMF Institute for Capacity Development and the IMF Fiscal Affairs, Middle East and Central Asia, and Asia and Pacific Departments, builds on extensive cross-country analysis and hands-on experience in design of technical assistance and subsidy reform to make recommendations on how best to reduce energy subsidies.
The course introduces the concept of energy subsidies—their definition and measurement—and reviews their economic, social, and environmental implications. It also presents toolkits to assess the distributional effects of alternative subsidy reform scenarios and to design a fuel pricing mechanism. Finally, the course reviews what works best in energy subsidy reform and illustrates successes and failures in terms of particular countries.

ESRx was originally designed as a 4-week course with a 6-8 hours weekly workload. It can now be taken entirely at your own pace over a period of one year.

Intermediate

The main objective of this course, presented by the IMF Institute, is to broaden participants’ understanding of economic, monetary, and financial integration. Drawing on theory and on case studies from experiences in several regions, the course covers requirements for economic and monetary integration; trade, financial, and monetary integration; costs and benefits of the integration process; and political economy aspects of integration.
 
Workshops are designed to deepen participants’ knowledge of specific issues that may emerge in economic and monetary integration. Participants use case studies with country data to make assessments and are required to deliver their conclusions in short presentations.

Intermediate

This course, presented by the IMF Institute, is designed to increase participant’s understanding of the concepts of inclusive growth and give them analytical and operational tools to evaluate, measure, and monitor how macroeconomic policies can affect growth, poverty, inequality, and job creation. Lectures introduce the basic concepts of inclusive growth, with a special focus on long-term sustainability, and workshops offer participants an opportunity to apply the concepts and think about the design of inclusive growth strategies, drawing from country case studies.

Intermediate

This course, presented by the IMF Institute for Capacity Development, deals with RRC macroeconomic policy issues. The course incorporates lectures, hands-on workshops, debates, case studies, and online warm-up exercises.

Intermediate

This online course, presented by the IMF Institute for Capacity Development and the IMF Fiscal Affairs and Statistics Departments, discusses macroeconomic policy issues and challenges that confront RRCs.

MRCx was originally designed as a 7-week course with a 6-8 hours weekly workload. It can now be taken entirely at your own pace over a period of one year.

Advanced

This course, presented by the IMF Institute for Capacity Development, complements the Macroeconomic Diagnostics (MDS) course by enhancing participants’ ability to assess fiscal, financial, and external vulnerabilities in an integrated fashion using several diagnostic tools to capture tail risks.

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