Stojan Janković

December 09, 2022

Crisis and resilience course entirely fulfilled my expectations regarding organization, topics, lecturers and discussions with participants. From the historical perspective to recent episodes, we had a comprehensive insights into types, costs and causes of variety of crises that humanity faced so far and lessons that were or were not learnt, especially in European regions and countries. Moreover, we were actively included in presentations and case studies which helped us to better understand practical implications of different policies, primarily monetary and fiscal, designed to respond to short-term and long-term consequences of crises in adequate, coordinated and sustainable manner. At the same time, it was great opportunity to meet colleagues from different countries and cultures and exchange professional and personal experiences on crises and other current socio-economic developments, which will probably have long-lasting impact on national and global economy. This extraordinary course provided me with broad-based academic and empirical views on fundamental and specific issues immanent to crises, with special focus on policy measures which can be implemented on macro and micro level, both before and during crisis. I would highly recommend this one-week course to central bankers and employees in ministries of economy and finance who are involved in analyses and researches related to crises and capacities to recover in their institutions and home countries.

Stojan Janković, analyst, Economic Research and Statistics Department, National Bank of Serbia

Crises and resilience course, November 14-18, 2022. 


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