Executive education targets Macroeconomic Policy and Global Financial Markets this summer
GSIEF will hold two executive programs this summer.
The School's fifth World Financial Centers Workshop will take place in London from 6 to 12 July, 2003, in collaboration with the Management School at Imperial College.
The week-long workshop offers participants an insight into the workings of one the world's leading financial centers, as well as focusing on an issue of major importance to the world's economy. This year's theme will be "Threats to the World Economy: the road to volatility with war, terrorism, deflation and other companions?"
The HYPERLINK "http://www.brandeis.edu/global/macroprogram.php"HYPERLINK "http://www.brandeis.edu/global/macroprogram.php"Executive Program on Macroeconomic Policy & Management, previously taught at the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID) and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, will be offered by GSIEF beginning this summer.
The program runs from 14 July to 1 August, 2003. It focuses on the foundations of open-economy macroeconomic policy and practical techniques of macroeconomic analysis and management, with special attention to challenges currently confronting the world economy.