Nijat Rahmanli

September 22, 2020

Veronica Chicu

I am of the opinion that the most efficient way of contributing positively to policy-making decisions is to have practical knowledge of a society combined with scientific data on governance, economics, and politics. Every policymaker periodically should participate in such theoretical courses to refresh their mindset in order to come up with effective policies backed up with scientific data and theories. This is exactly what I think about the course on Inclusive Growth organized by JVI and IMF Institute for Capacity Development. Despite being held in a virtual environment, the course has helped me look at problems such as poverty, inequality, financial instability and climate change from various perspectives, and I am very grateful to organizers and lecturers for this opportunity.

Nijat Rahmanli

Advisor, Employment Policy and Demography

Ministry of Labour and Social Security


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