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JVI Newsletter January 2017  
Please see below the January 2017 edition of the JVI online newsletter. 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 will 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

IMF Deputy Managing Director Carla Grasso at the JVI
Carla Grasso, Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), visited the Joint Vienna Institute (JVI) on September 12, 2016, to talk about IMF capacity development activities and exchange views with course participants and JVI staff. Ms. Grasso’s...
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Central Banks in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Discuss Forecasting and Policy Analysis
In recent years, central banks in many emerging markets have improved their monetary policy frameworks by, among other things, making it clear that their main policy objective is to achieve price stability. These efforts have been supported by considerable investment...
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Global Disinflation in the Era of Constrained Monetary Policy
Over the past few years, inflation has declined markedly in many countries, with several advanced economies suffering deflation. What are the drivers of the disinflation and what risks does it pose to further economic development? Ms. Zsoka Koczan, an IMF economist,...
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Implementing Structural Reforms: The Experience of Georgia
What do successful structural reforms look like? Mr. Aleksi Aleksishvili, former Minister of Finance and of Economic Development of Georgia, shared his first-hand experience with the Georgian bold and comprehensive structural reform program during the mid-2000s,...
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New Staff Member: Maria Arakelyan
Maria Arakelyan joined the Joint Vienna Institute in October 2016. She had previously worked as an economist in the Global Risk Analysis team at Deutsche Bank Research for over 5 years. Her work there focused on providing a medium- to long-term view on the sovereign...
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Financial Development and Financial Inclusion

Integration in Europe: European Union and Eurasian Economic Union

Public Governance and Structural Reforms

Bank Restructuring and Resolution

Medium-Term Budgetary Frameworks, Fiscal Rules and Fiscal Councils: Options to Ensure Fiscal Sustainability

Financial Stability Policy of Central Banks: Recent Trends, Interactions with other Policies, and Key Challenges


Applied Economic Policy

Exchange Rate Policy

Fiscal Sustainability

Financial Markets and Instruments

Introductory Course on Monetary and Financial Statistics

Full schedule here


Vulnerability Diagnostics
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