Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis Course

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Introduction
This course examines how to benefit from the Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis. Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis Training Course is now recognised as an exciting programme that will bring you up to date on the latest techniques and approaches that are appropriate in Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis.


Objectives
By the end of this course participants will be able to:
• Understand the objectives and goals of Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis.
• Know how to regard monetary policy and other economic activity.
• Know how to make a model presentation.
• Understand how to make Optimal Monetary Policy.
• Know how to benefit from the Classical Model and Monetary Neutrality.
• Understand the New Keynesian Model and its Policy Implications.

Methodology of Training
Effective presentations for each of the topics together with interactive trainer lead sessions of discussion. There will also be practical sessions and the participants have the opportunity to practice and experience. Role-plays, case studies, DVD's, videos, small group work, exercises and feedback will be used to facilitate learning.


The Organisational Impact
• Participants will be able to work successfully in this course.
• Participants will be able to describe the role of the Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis.
• Improve your ability is using the Classical Model.
• Participants are encouraged to use model presentation.
• Participants will be able to know the stylized facts regarding monetary policy and other economic activity.
• Participants will be able to know the Historical US Monetary Policy since the 1960s.


1. Introduction to Monetary Policy and the Empirical Evidence
(a) The stylized facts regarding monetary policy and other economic activity.
(b) The basic concept and technique of time series analysis.

2. A Classical Model and Monetary Neutrality
(a) Empirical evidence on the classical model and monetary neutrality.
(b) Model presentation: A money in utility model.
(c) Related discussion: Lucas Critique

3. The New Keynesian Model and its Policy Implications
(a) Model presentation, log-linearization, and impulse responses
(b) Determinacy in the New Keynesian model
(c) Optimal Monetary Policy and Time Inconsistency
(d) Historical US Monetary Policy since the 1960s

 

Dates

5-9 september 2011

12-16 september 2011

19-23 september 2011

15-19 August 2011

22-26 August 2011

29 August – 2 September 2011

Location

London

Paris

Frankfort

Madrid

Rome

Vienna

Fees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Info

  • Duration: 3 Months
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