General Equilibrium Models (GEMs) Intensive Workshop

10-Days Online Workshop (45 Hours)




01-04 September -  07-12 September 2020



GEMs are highly useful tools for financial and macroeconomic modeling.

M&S Research Hub organizes a fully-fledged intensive workshop that trains participants on the fundamentals of the Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) and Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) approaches using Matlab and GAMS.





Part One: DSGE  /  25 Hours

Part Two: CGE /   20 Hours



1) Modeling a Simple Economy 

2) Modeling an Economy with Two Sectors

3) Modeling the Government 

4) Modeling the Rest of the World 

5) Introduction to Dynamic Models 

6) Modeling a Simple Dynamic Model 

1 - Introduction to DSGE Models
2 - New Keynesian Models
3 - Small Open Economy Models
4 - Extensions to New Keynesian Models
5 - Kalman Filter and Estimation Methods
6 - Examples of Practical Application of DSGE Models

Benefits



  • Workshop material, codes, and recorded videos will be freely available for participants.
  • Earn an MSR and CPD certified certificates (Germany and UK) and enhance your career and employability skills.
  • Learn one of the emerging and widely used approaches for data analysis and econometric modeling.
  • Familiarize yourself and get trained in coding and how to use Matlab and GAMS software packages.
  • Start from scratch, no prerequisites are needed except familiarity with statistical modeling.

Standard fees: 3000 £

Reduced fees: 1750 £

(For participants coming from Low and Middle-income countries according to the World Bank classification. Click here to check your country eligibility)

Group Discount: 10%

(Starting from 3 Participants)


3 Scholarships are available

(Total fee-waiver for participants coming from low-income countries (Please check your eligibility before applying, only participants from countries listed in Table 31 in this classification will be considered).

Submit an updated CV and cover letter highlighting why this workshop is crucial for your career path and research)


Registration Deadline 20 August

Do you have any questions?


Contact us at events@ms-researchhub.com


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Call us at +49 (0) 56149941680,

WhatsApp us at +49 017686387586



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