Deadlines/Event Dates December 6, 2020
Content: The lectures will provide an overview of how the IMF analyzes macroeconomic issues, including through the use of its financial programming tool. Real country case studies of IMF surveillance and program activities will be discussed.
Students will have the opportunity to take part in their own analysis of a country case, using the tools introduced in the class.
*Target: Students on Master’s/ PhD degree programs who are interested in working for international organizations while developing expertise in macroeconomics, international finance, development economics, and other related fields.
*A Certificate of Participation will be granted to participants who complete this workshop.
FORMAT: Virtual (via Zoom)
DATE: Tuesday, January 5 through Monday, January 11, 2020 (excl. Sat and Sun)
NO. TO BE ADMITTED: 20 (Participants will be screened through submitted applications)
TARGET: Mainly students pursuing Master’s /PhD
Participation is limited to those that are either: 1) residing in Japan, or 2) studying at a
APPLY THROUGH: https://www.cvent.com/d/87q4yc
DEADLINE: December 6, 2020