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Budapest School for Central Bank Studies Offering Courses

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The Budapest School for Central Bank Studies, the training school of the National Bank of Hungary (MNB), is offering intensive weekly courses in macroeconomics, monetary economics, international economics, banking and financial economics and quantitative and econometric methods specifically tailored to the needs of central banks, according to a press release.

The program director is Prof. Fabio Canova from BI Norwegian Business School.

Registration is now open for the hybrid courses later this month. "Quantitative Methods for Public Policy Evaluation," with Albrecht Glitz of Universitat Pompeu Fabra, will run July 15-19.

Registration for this has closed. "Heterogeneity in Household Balance Sheets: Consumption, Portfolio Choice and Implications for Policy," taught by Andreas Fagereng of the BI Norwegian Business School, will run July 22-25, with a registration deadline of July 12.

Each of the courses has a registration fee of EUR 1,500.

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