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JVI Newsletter April 2017  
Please see below the April 2017 edition of the JVI newsletter. The main theme of this issue is the meeting of JVI Training Directors, which took place in Vienna in late March.

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. We are very interested in feedback on the content of the newsletter, and on the activities of JVI more broadly. 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

Reflections on a Half-Year at the JVI
Time flies! It has been a little more than half a year since I came to the JVI, and that felt like a good time to take stock of what I’ve seen and learned so far. What struck me most is the very strong sense that both the IMF and our colleagues in Austria—the Federal...
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Second Meeting of JVI Training Directors
On March 27-28, 2017, the Joint Vienna Institute hosted its Second Meeting of Training Directors. Training Directors from the JVI’s target region and representatives of the many institutions contributing to the JVI’s work convened in Vienna to present their activities...
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2017 Alumni and Training Directors Survey: Stakeholders Happy with the JVI’s Work
To ensure that the JVI’s capacity development efforts are most effective, it is important to hear from the JVI’s partners in the region about what works and what could be improved. In preparation for the Second Meeting of JVI Training Directors, the JVI surveyed...
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The Role of JVI Training in the Central Bank of Albania
All JVI partner countries have nominated training directors to help facilitate the integration of JVI training into the national institutions’ human capital development strategies. We have approached Mr. Andi Bala, Director of the Human Resources Department and the...
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Financial Programming and Policies Course Delivered in Belarus
On January 23-27, 2017, the IMF and JVI delivered a one-week course on Financial Programming and Policies (FPP) at the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus Training Center in Raubichi. The course brought together 36 participants from 4 national institutions....
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Monetary Policy

Structural Reforms


Financial Programming and Policies

Macroeconomic Diagnostics

Model-Based Monetary Policy Analysis and Forecasting

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

Foreign Direct Investment Policies

Financial Sector Surveillance

Financial Sector Policies

Full schedule here


Meeting of JVI Training Directors
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