We have been holding an Easter school on Stag Hill campus every year since April 2015.
The course is aimed at MSc, MRes and PhD students, early researchers, and research staff from central banks, ministries and the private sector, all with some prior experience of macroeconomic modelling. Its contents differ from the CIMS summer school's, which is usually held in September. The Easter school is focused on a shorter list of themes, some of which not commonly found in summer schools offered by most Economics departments.
A basic prior knowledge of Matlab will help substantially, but is not required.
This year, the Easter school will cover:
- Optimal fiscal policy and computational method I - taught by R. Oikonomou
- Optimal fiscal policy and computational method II - taught by V. Valaitis
- Inequality in incomplete markets - taught by K. Storesletten
- Topics in sovereign debt and default - taught by H. Joo, K. Shakhnov, and T. Asonuma
We have had participants at our Easter Schools (PDF) representing over 350 institutions from all over the world, including leading central banks and leading universities.
We don’t currently have any upcoming CPD and short courses. Check back soon for further announcements.view all cpd and short courses
Should you require any further information or for enquiries please contact the CIMS team.
The courses have been taught by the following instructors over the years:
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021
The table below contains links to the detailed programme of each year's Easter school:
|19 - 22 April 2022||View full programme (PDF)|
|6 - 9 April 2021||View full programme (PDF)|
|6 - 9 April 2020||To be added|
|9 - 12 April 2019||View full programme (PDF)|
|16 - 18 April 2018||View full programme (PDF)|
|24 - 26 April 2017||View full programme (PDF)|
|13 - 15 April 2016||View full programme (PDF)|
|20 - 22 April 2015||View full programme (PDF)|