International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
Overseeing your plan assets and making prudent decisions are two of the most important duties you face as a plan fiduciary. The Canadian Investment Institute is designed for advanced trustees and professionals who have a firm grasp of investment concepts and principles. Each year the Canadian...
Nov 22—25, 2020
4 days in San Antonio, Texas, United States
Lagos Business School
Economics is the science of resource planning, investment allocation and optimisation, and budget efficiency which underlies all business, government and individual decisions, including pricing, product development, negotiations, macroeconomic risk management, and understanding the general...
Sep 22—Oct 13, 2020
The London School of Economics and Political Science
A cutting-edge introduction to the full range of economic, legal and political issues in regulation. This five-day course introduces you to the central issues in regulatory strategy and aids the development of your understanding in these key areas. It is directed by Professor Robert Baldwin and...
Nov 2—6, 2020
5 days in London, United Kingdom
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
The significant contribution that financial inclusion can make to achieving inclusive economic growth and the Sustainable Development Goals has gained global recognition. This course will provide you with relevant knowledge on the following key financial inclusion policy areas – proportionate...
Sep 1, 2020—Feb 28, 2021
Crawford School of Public Policy
Course participants will develop an understanding of the key insights from economics and how they can be applied in policy and government settings. Beginner’s guide to microeconomics for the public sector (Day 1) Microeconomics analyses the behaviour of individual consumers, households and...
Nov 4, 2020
1 day in Canberra, Australia
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Despite a diminishing share in the India’s GDP, contribution of agriculture sector (about 17.3%) to Indian economy is nearly three times the world’s average (approx. 6.1%). India accounts for nearly 7.7% of total global agricultural output (with world rank 12). About 60% of India’s population...
Feb 3—6, 2021
4 days in Kolkata, India
Rotman School of Management
Innovate for diversity and equity with evidence, behavioural insights and business design. Rotman brings a new approach to designing for inclusion. Achieving inclusion is a top priority for most organizations today. However, despite system wide attempts to improve inclusion, there has been...
Feb 3—5, 2021
3 days in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Harvard Kennedy School
Nov 30—Dec 11, 2020
12 days in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Stanford Center for Professional Development
It is a period of rapid transformation for the energy world. Global warming, resulting from burning fossil fuels, requires us to decarbonize the entire energy system while sustaining economic growth, reducing the environmental impacts of energy development, conforming to societally acceptable...
Supply and demand. Cost-benefit analysis. Resource allocation. In this certificate program, you will explore the applications of key microeconomic concepts to build the critical business foundation every manager needs to make effective decisions. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of...