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GEN’s plans for 2022 include our usual introductory courses to cost benefit analysis, macroeconomic principles for policy, microeconomic principles for policy, labour economics for public policy, and behavioural economics. We also plan to run courses on tax and public finance and urban economics.

We are also developing more advanced level courses for more experienced policy analysts and those with existing economic training.

Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles for Policy

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. Please note that there is a short essay component to this course. Please consider the time required to complete this work before registering for this course.
Lecturer: Dr Grant Scobie
Date/Time: 8.30am-1pm, February 28, March 2, 7, 9 2023.
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INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS

The objective of this course is to provide participants with an appreciation of the principles of microeconomics used in public policy analysis. Please note that there is a group essay component to the course.
Lecturer: Dr Veronica Jacobsen
Date/Time: 8.30am – 12.30pm, Tuesday 14, Thursday 16, Tuesday 21, and Thursday 23 March 2023
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Behavioural by Design Masterclass

This one day masterclass starts with a foundation of behavioural science, mindsets of design and moves quickly to practical ways of applying these concepts. You will walk out with the tools to design behavioural innovations for policy, products/services and communications.
Lecturer: Vishal George
9.00am – 4.30pm, 15 March 2023
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