Empirical Methods for Macroeconomists, 10-13 September 2024
 
Application deadline: August 5
We are delighted to share details for the exclusive Summer School – Empirical Methods for Macroeconomists at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, aimed at practitioners working econometrics, macroeconomics, monetary economics, international economics, and financial economics.   
 
Taught by leading experts in their fields with strong engagement with policy-making institutions, central banks and international organisations, the two courses on offer are: 
 
Introduction To Dsge Modeling Using The Rise Toolbox will take place 10th – 11th of September – with Junior Maih, Senior Economist and Special Adviser, Norges Bank. More details can be found here. 
 
Applied Methods for Banking and Macro-Financial Policy Analysis will take place 12th – 13th September – with Dr Soner Baskaya, Senior Lecturer in Economics, University of Glasgow. More details can be found here.   
 
Why attend? 
Both courses will develop economists’ technical and practical skills working at policy-related topics in central banks, international organisations, national policy institutions and private sector on forecasting and macroeconomic modelling. They will: 
·       Train you in cutting edge quantitative tools in strong demand in policy-making  
·       Offer both theoretical treatment of the topics and empirical applications relevant for real life needs  
 
The courses can be booked separately or when taken together will appeal to applied economists presenting them with different yet related set of applied econometrics/macroeconomics skills. Discounts are available for attendees taking both courses.  
 
Advanced PhD students who want to improve their employability skills in these areas and/or use these tools in their dissertations may also apply. 
 
View the summer school programme and fees and discounts here. 
 
For further information about the summer school, please contact business-executive-education@glasgow.ac.uk