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JVI Newsletter ▪ April 2022    

Dear Friends of the JVI,

We hope this finds you well in this difficult period. The JVI is deeply saddened by the deaths, immense suffering, and destruction that the war has brought to Ukraine. Our thoughts are very much with our Ukrainian colleagues and their families. 

In this edition of the JVI newsletter, you will find reports on a course recently delivered on Monetary Policy Implementation and one coming on Policy Support to the Private Sector. Recent webinars have covered Countercyclical Properties of Fiscal Rules, Macroeconomic and Trade Effects of Restrictions in Cross Border Labor Mobility, Construction, Real Estate and Climate Change, and Rethinking European Labor Market Policies in the Post-Pandemic Era

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is still uncertainty as to when we can resume training delivery in the classroom in Vienna. We hope that this moment will come soon, and we will inform you as soon as our plans firm up. Meanwhile, almost all our courses remain available for virtual delivery and our course schedule for 2022 is available. You may also be interested in the latest version of the IMF’s digital training catalogue

If you have any questions, comments, or feedback of any kind, please write us a note at jvi@jvi.org. Many thanks to Rilind Kabashi, our Editor, Maša Valenko, Nensi Dragusha and all the contributors to this Newsletter. 

Hervé Joly

Director, Joint Vienna Institute

 
 
COURSE NEWS




 
Second Delivery of the JVI Collaborative Course on Policy Support for the Private Sector
Following the successful first delivery in 2021, the Joint Vienna Institute, in collaboration with its partners, will again deliver the course on “Policy Support to the Private Sector”. This year the course is scheduled to take place between May 30 and June 3. The course is...
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A Collaborative Course with the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Oesterreichische Nationalbank on Monetary Policy Implementation
For the sixth time this year, the JVI course on Monetary Policy Implementation was delivered in collaboration with the Deutsche Bundesbank (DBB) and the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB) during March 7-11. As in 2021, the course was again delivered virtually. It was attended...
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STAFF NEWS
 
New Staff Member: Maša Valenko
Maša Valenko joined the JVI as a Management Assistant in February 2022. She previously worked at UniCredit in Vienna, managing internal and external communication and outreach activities within the Central and Eastern Europe Division of Corporate & Investment Banking. Maša...
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APPLICATION DEADLINES

Public Governance and Structural Reforms


Euro Area Integration and Accession: Institutional Challenges and Governance Issues for Central Bankers


Fintech and Financial Stability


Financial Stability Policy of Central Banks


Policy Support to the Private Sector


TAIEX Workshop on the implications of the European Green Deal


Full schedule 2022




RECENT EVENTS

Rethinking European Labor Market Policies in the Post-Pandemic Era

Construction, Real Estate and Climate Change

Modelling Trade Policy Scenarios: Macroeconomic and Trade Effects of Restrictions in Cross Border Labour Mobility

Countercyclical Properties of Fiscal Rules

 
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