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  • Governmental officers 
  • Stakeholders
  • Researchers
  • Analysts
  • Technicians


The course will be beneficial for the participants in learning about the:

  • importance of multi-level approach;
  • importance of networking and linkages development;
  • inter-linkages between poverty, inequality and development toward 2030;
  • analyses of policy challenges through several policy applications/ future scenarios and case studies;
  • identification and indicators setting;
  • policy cycle from problem diagnosis and development policy implementation, monitoring and evaluation, to policy reform;
  • policy-making and political economy considerations;
  • evidence-based policy-making with a focus on microeconomics of development.

Course Contents:

The course covers a study of the following areas:

  • growth and development within the Recovery and Resilience Framework;
  • growth theory and empirical evidences;
  • implementation of the national Recovery and Resilience Plan;
  • the role of institutions;
  • the role of culture persistence;
  • poverty and unemployment;
  • financial development and microfinance;
  • self-employment and firm growth;
  • human capital;
  • public procurement and corruption;
  • program evaluation and policy design.