Macroeconomic Forecasting for the Public Sector and Civil Service
If you would like this programme to be delivered in your country please contact Andrea for more information.
This five-day programme developed by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) aims to equip participants with a skill set and tools in macroeconomic forecasting and modelling and is targeted at those who already have a background in statistics and econometrics at undergraduate level.
NIESR and Civil Service College have collaborated to offer this comprehensive course which will examine the possible economic landscape post-Covid and the forecasting and evaluation tools which can help steer public bodies and sector organisations through this period. Positioning will be broad-ranging and explore the economic implications and challenges from a wide range of different perspectives and include visits to either the Bank of England or the London Stock Exchange. Provide some certainty in a changing world where every economist will say something different, with access to valuable resources which will create a solid framework to navigate the post-Covid age.
The course will be delivered by an international team, comprising economists from the UK, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean.
Programme Director: Dr Corrado Macchiarelli, Principal Economist, NIESR
Course coordinator: Dr Xuxin Mao
Delivery team: Dr Ian Hurst, Iana Liadze, Dr Hande Küçük, Dr Kemar Whyte, Cyrille Lenoel, Janine Boshoff
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All government officials are welcome to attend. The course is particularly relevant for officials involved in developing forecasts that are used to design and implement macroeconomic policy. Participants are expected to have a background in undergraduate statistics, macroeconomics and basic econometrics. The course is offered in English.
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