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  • Introduction to Cost Benefit Analysis

    $862.50

    Cost-benefit analysis provides a structured framework for comparing costs to benefits and analysing which are greater overall.

    The objective of this course is to provide participants with an appreciation of that framework, gain a broad understanding of the economic theory that underlies cost-benefit analysis, as well as the specific quantitative steps necessary to execute a cost-benefit analysis.

    Payment is possible by invoice, purchase order and credit card.  To register click on the button below and you will be directed to our secure online form.

  • Introduction to Macroeconomics Principles for Policy

    $575.00

    The principles of macroeconomics are fundamental to any policy analysis, essential for all analytical work in the public sector, and are the foundations for building further skills and knowledge in economics.

    The objective of this course is to provide participants with an appreciation of the principal concepts of macroeconomics with emphasis on their application to public policy analysis.

  • Introduction to Macroeconomics Principles for Policy – August 2022

    $862.50

    The principles of macroeconomics are fundamental to any policy analysis, essential for all analytical work in the public sector, and are the foundations for building further skills and knowledge in economics.

    The objective of this course is to provide participants with an appreciation of the principal concepts of macroeconomics with emphasis on their application to public policy analysis.

    Payment is possible by invoice, purchase order and credit card.  To register click on the button below and you will be directed to our secure online form.

  • Introduction to Macroeconomics Principles for Policy – November 2022

    $862.50

    The principles of macroeconomics are fundamental to any policy analysis, essential for all analytical work in the public sector, and are the foundations for building further skills and knowledge in economics.

    The objective of this course is to provide participants with an appreciation of the principal concepts of macroeconomics with emphasis on their application to public policy analysis.

    Payment is possible by invoice, purchase order and credit card.  To register click on the button below and you will be directed to our secure online form.

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    Introductory Labour Economics for Public Policy

    $862.50

    Description

    Labour economics is extremely relatable to most people since it touches on some aspect of their own life experiences – even for those who have never formally been in the labour market. For similar reasons, almost any social or economic policy will have either a direct or indirect effect on workers, potential workers, employers, or all of the above.

    Those involved in policy should understand how labour markets function, including those factors that influence decision-making by individuals or organisations. Without this understanding, it may be difficult for policy makers to fully assess the ramifications that their policies are likely to have on the economy or on society.

    Payment is possible by invoice, purchase order and credit card.  To register click on the button below and you will be directed to our secure online form.

  • Introductory Microeconomics for Policy Analysis (Sept)

    $862.50

    The principles of microeconomics are fundamental to any policy analysis, essential for all analytical work in the public sector, and are the foundations for building further skills and knowledge in economics.

    The objective of this course is to provide participants with an appreciation of the principles of microeconomics used in public policy analysis.

    Payment is possible by invoice, purchase order and credit card.  To register click on the button below and you will be directed to our secure online form.

  • A bald, bearded pakeha man looks at the camera, there is a wall hanging behind him

    Urban Economics

    $862.50

    This course is a rapid introduction to the economics of cities, providing a theoretical understanding of how residents, workers, developers and government interact to shape urban form.

    The objective of this course is to provide participants with an appreciation of the principal concepts of urban economics with emphasis on their application to public policy analysis.

    Payment is possible by invoice, purchase order and credit card.  To register click on the button below and you will be directed to our secure online form.