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Short courses

High-quality and reliable policy analyses are always backed by a strong methodological foundation. For this reason, our focus at this point in time is on offering exposure to quantitative techniques for policy analyses. Input-output, econometrics, applied general equilibrium and Excel for data analytics are among the short courses that are available to be offered.

These quantitative tools are not only vital for labour policy assessments but also in explaining inter-linkages between labour market and wide range of developmental issues such as investment, trade, income distribution, poverty, social policy, demography and ageing, and migration.

Available Courses:

Data Analysis using Excel for Decision Making

Global Value Chain Indicators for Development and Policy

Econometric for Practitioners

Quantitative Tools for Labour Market Analysis

Input-Output Technique for Sustainable Development Analysis

Designing the
Right Survey

Applied General Equilibrium Models for Policy Evaluation