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JVI Newsletter January 2019  ▪ January 2019  
Please see below the January 2019 edition of the JVI newsletter. This issue covers several public events at the JVI, including a presentation by Daniel Hardy of the IMF and a discussion about Financial Sector Policy Recommendations from the Euro Area FSAP. It also reports on an alumni outreach event in Georgia, as well as a new IMF online course on Fiscal Programming and Policies in Russian and three new JVI courses in 2019. We also welcome new staff members, Barbara Dutzler and Noemie Choiset.

Our goal with these newsletters is to bring together stories and news from JVI in one place on a quarterly basis. Among other things we highlight upcoming deadlines for application to JVI courses. As always, we are very interested in feedback on the content of the newsletter, and on the activities of JVI more broadly. Thanks are due to contributors, and to Adam Gersl for pulling this newsletter together. Please share your views with us at jvi@jvi.org. We look forward to seeing many of you at the JVI during the upcoming year.

Thomas Richardson, Director

IMF online course on Financial Programming and Policies, Part 1: Macroeconomic Accounts and Analysis (FPP.1x) in Russian
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Building a Better Banking Union: Financial Sector Policy Recommendations from the Euro Area FSAP
Mr. Hardy will outline the recent IMF Euro Area Financial Sector Assessment Program, which undertook an in-depth, critical examination of euro area financial sector policies and especially the functioning of the Banking Union. The presentation will start from an...
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October 2018 World Economic Outlook
Mr. Mrkaic will give an overview of the October 2018 World Economic Outlook, including two analytical chapters. Chapter 2, “The Global Recovery 10 Years After the 2008 Financial Meltdown,” takes stock of output losses since the crisis, linking policy choices preceding...
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Public Governance and Structural Reforms

Challenges for Candidate and Potential Candidate Countries in the EU and EMU Accession Process

Financial Stability Policy of Central Banks

Financial Development and Financial Inclusion


Applied Economic Policy

Exchange Rate Policy

Financial Sector Surveillance

Fiscal Sustainability

Full schedule here


JVI Residence

Course on Investment and Investment Finance
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