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JVI Newsletter ▪ December 2023    

Dear Friends of the JVI,

First, best wishes to all for happy year-end holidays and a healthy and prosperous New Year!

2024 will be a very exciting year at the JVI, with lots of new courses and experiments to improve the training experience, for instance through blended cohort training. Don’t forget to review our course schedule for 2024 and to register for courses before taking a well-deserved year-end break. It is still time to apply to our flagship Applied Economic Policy course, which offers a comprehensive and unique experience

This newsletter reports on recent courses that show the breadth of our curriculum: Crisis and Resilience, Inclusive Growth, Fintech and Financial Stability, and the brand new Building Institutions to Fight Corruption. A hybrid seminar discussed whether inflation would persist amid tight labor markets in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. 

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, and all the contributors to this Newsletter. 

We hope to see you next year at the JVI!

Hervé Joly
Director, Joint Vienna Institute

A JVI/IMF Course on Fintech and Financial Stability
The financial services landscape is rapidly evolving due to technological advances. New technologies such as distributed ledgers have enabled the creation and use of crypto assets, attracting worldwide interest. Big data and artificial intelligence have opened new ways of...
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IMF course on Building Institutions to Fight Corruption delivered for the first time at the JVI
In line with the 2018 IMF Framework for Enhanced Engagement on Governance, staff from the International Monetary Fund’s Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD) and the JVI delivered the first course on “Building Institutions to Fight Corruption” at the JVI from November 27 to December...
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Experimenting with New Training Methods: Blended Cohort Training
While face-to-face delivery is still at the core of the JVI’s training, the experience with new forms of delivery gathered pace during the Covid-19 pandemic. The rapid advances in the science of learning, instructional design and education technology have led the JVI to try and...
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The IMF course on Inclusive Growth
After it was offered for the last time at the JVI as a virtual course in 2021, the two-week IMF course on Inclusive Growth took place again as a face-to-face course at the JVI during November 6-17, 2023. 23 participants from 14 different countries came primarily from ministries...
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A Course on Crisis and Resilience
The JVI recently hosted a week-long “Crisis and Resilience” course led by the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies. Aimed for acting professionals in the field, the course served as a bootcamp in crisis management by providing participants with a robust framework...
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Monetary Policy Implementation

Macroeconometric Forecasting and Analysis

Government Finance Statistics - Advanced

Monetary Policy

Fiscal Frameworks

Macrofinancial Stability in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe

Applied Economic Policy

Banking Supervision within the Basel Framework

Tax Collection and Arrears Management



JVI Seminar: Will inflation persist amid tight labor markets in CESEE?

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