Tools and Policies for Inclusive Growth

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TPIG

TARGET GROUP | Officials in ministries of finance, economy, trade, labor, the environment, in central banks, and other national agencies charged with evaluating and formulating policies to foster sustained economic growth, job creation, and poverty reduction.

 

DESCRIPTION | This two-week course aims to equip policymakers and their advisors with a solid understanding of the factors driving inclusive growth to improve the quality of their contribution to policy dialogue and analysis. The course consists of a mix of lectures, case studies, hands-on workshops, and participant presentations. It includes both theoretical and applied policy discussions on growth theories, the growth-poverty-inequality nexus, labor market and skills issues, and fiscal policy for inclusive growth. The course also deals with important issues such as competition and innovation policies as drivers of inclusive growth; financial inclusion; and governance, among others. This course can be considered as equivalent to the course on Inclusive Growth (IG). Therefore, applicants who have previously taken an IG course will not be considered for participation in TPIG course.

 



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Course Details

Start: 20221107Nov 07
End: 20221118Nov 18

Language: English

Sponsoring Organization: BMF/IMF

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Application Deadline: August 07, 2022

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