General Equilibrium Models (GEMs) 

General equilibrium theory and modeling are highly useful for understanding economic interactions and changes in the context of static and dynamic complex modern economies. Applied GEMs are widely used in the field of Macroeconomics to address a wide range of theoretical research questions, analyze, forecast, and simulate policy issues in response to exogenous shocks.


M&S Research Hub provides full and comprehensive structured training for researchers, data analysts, and policy experts to acquire detailed knowledge and become fully capable of using these models in their research and policy-related analysis.


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Module One: Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE)


"Full Training on the Theoretical Foundations of DSGE Modeling, Including Practical Labs Using Dynare"


Training Calendar

June  / DSGE- Registration closed                                       

October / DSGE- Registration closed

September  / CGE- Registration closed

2020

March  / DSGE- Normal Group (7-10 participants)              4 seats left                           

June / DSGE- Normal Group (7-10 participants)                   7 seats left                    

October  / DSGE- Normal Group (7-10 participants)           7 seats left                         

February  / CGE- Normal Group (7-10 participants)             3 seats left                         

September  / CGE- Normal Group (7-10 participants)         7 seats left                         

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2021

REVIEWS

EXPERIENCED TRAINERS

It was excellent training for me. I think Dr. Arhsian is the best in his field. He is a well-qualified person. I will recommend this institute for all my colleagues if they need it

Ferhat Citak 

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COMPLETE GUIDE TO DATA ANALYTICS

A good platform to learn data analysis.



Mahdi Hassan

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FULLY-FLEDGED TRAINING

After finishing the first module, I decided to to do all modules because the first one has opened my mind, because here in Zambia there is no university or college where they offer as full program they way you offer it, it only comes as a course to those who are doing economics.

George

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Excellent GEM Modeling 

 I am really happy about your service, specially teaching, explanation and providing materials are excellent. I would like to highly recommending to others regarding your institute.


Fernando

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Live Training


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Video 1: Theoretical introduction to Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) using GAMS     

(44 Minutes)

Video 2: DSGE live Training - Session 1: Introduction and dynamic optimization with Lagrangians                                 (20 Minutes)

Duration: Approx. 25 Hours

Training Mode: Normal group (7-10 trainees), small group (2-5 trainees), and one-to-one

Platform: online (Zoom)

Extra benefits:

  • Certified certificate and 10% permanent discount on all events, workshops, and webinars.
  • Trainees become eligible to submit their papers at MSR working paper series (SSRN and RePEc indexed).




Training content is systematic and structured as follows:

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

Module Two: Computable General Equilibrium (CGE)


"Full Training on the Theoretical Foundations of CGE Modeling, Including Practical Labs Using GAMS"


Recommended training program by GAMS institute, view the announcement here

Duration: Approx. 20 Hours

Training Mode: Normal group (7-10 trainees) and small group (2-5 trainees)

Platform: online (Zoom)

Extra benefits:

  • Certified certificate and 10% permanent discount on all events, workshops, and webinars.
  • Trainees become eligible to submit their papers at MSR working paper series (SSRN and RePEc indexed).



Training content is systematic and structured as follows:

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 

7) SAM modeling - Bonus Module

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