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23/09/2019

Specialist Courses At Central Bank Of Malta

Two international courses on central banking were organised by the Central Bank of Malta, together with the School of Economics of the University of Nottingham.

Central bankers from Europe, Africa and the Middle East joined Maltese colleagues and a number of University of Malta graduates for the week-long courses in September.

The courses are part of a three-year agreement with the University of Nottingham.

Dr Paul Mizen, Professor of Monetary Economics at the University of Nottingham, delivered the course on "Monetary Theory and Policy". Dr Alejandro Riaño, Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham, lectured on "Macroeconomics: Economic Cycles, Frictions and Policy".

This educational initiative is one of several aimed at furthering the professional development of the Bank's own staff as well as offering unique opportunities to others in Malta interested or involved in this important sphere.

The Central Bank of Malta is aiming to becoming a regional hub of specialist teaching, training and research excellence through its expanding network of cooperation agreements with high-ranking international academic institutions.

Information on courses and events being organised by the Bank is available on the Bank's website.

Specialist Courses at CBM

Specialist Courses at CBM

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