L’objectif principal de cette formation est d’équiper les économistes des pays membres régionaux (PMR) de compétences avec divers modèles macroéconomiques qu’ils pourront ensuite appliquer à leurs environnements politiques. Les compétences ainsi acquises leur permettront d’aider leurs pays à formuler des politiques éprouvées, dérivant des modèles et des résultats de leur estimation.
L’accent sera donc mis sur les modèles DSGE (Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium) car ceux-ci permettent une compréhension et une modélisation claires de l’interaction de nombreuses décisions macroéconomiques dans des contextes dynamiques et d’équilibre. Ces modèles permettront aux participants de tester les réponses économiques à divers chocs et politiques, de mener des expériences politiques, et d’évaluer les impacts économiques de leurs plans de transformation à moyen et à long terme. En outre, ces modèles capturent les principales particularités des économies africaines, telles que l’abondance des ressources, les liens entre l’investissement dans les infrastructures, le financement et la croissance, les frictions dans l’accès aux marchés internationaux des capitaux et bien d’autres.
The main objective of this training is to equip Regional Member Country (RMC) economists with various macroeconomic models which they can apply in their policy environments and to enable them acquire the necessary modelling skills to be used to develop macroeconomic models for their countries. This will help these countries in formulating policies based on evidence derived from the models and their estimation results.
Emphasis in this training will thus be placed on Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) models as they allow a clear understanding and modelling of the interaction of many macroeconomic decisions in dynamic and equilibrium settings. These models will allow participants to test economic responses to various shocks and policies, and to conduct policy experiments and assess the economic impacts of their medium-term and long-term transformational plans. Furthermore, these models capture the key peculiarities of African economies, such as resource abundance, infrastructure investment-financing-growth linkages, frictions in international capital market access and many others.
The objective of the course is to help participants to be able to proved timely positive advice while reviewing completed procurement cases submitted by borrowers. It wil also help participants to understand and maintain the highest fiduciary standards.
The topics discussed in this course include:
The objective of the course is to train participants to gain a better understanding of the procurement rules and regulations of the Bank and to help develop the necessary skills to deal with the ever-increasing demands for procurement for the Bank-funded projects.
This is the first in the series of coures on the rules and procedures of procurement. This basic course focuses on the key concepts and the Bank’s rules for the procurement of goods, services and consultants.
At the end the course, you will be able to gain a working knowledge on the ADB’s Procurement Rules for implementation of its projects, by Borrowers.
While African countries are witnessing growth resurgence since the turn of the century, they have not achieved commensurate progress in poverty reduction. A key reason is that growth has not generated proportionate job creation and that growth has not been broad based. Strategies to accelerate poverty reduction must therefore involve a refocusing of macroeconomic policy on ‘real’ development goals, notably employment creation and inclusive growth, over and beyond the traditional short-term objective of macroeconomic stability. In this context, this course discusses innovative policies for generating growth that is inclusive and accompanied by employment creation and poverty reduction. The course is organized around the eight topics described below. Selected readings are provided under each topic. More documentation will be provided during the workshop.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has taken a lead role in putting value for money, sustainability and accountability on the policy agenda across the social sectors in Africa.
The goal of the capacity-building program is to build in-country capacity to implement the Tunis Declaration on Value for Money, Sustainability and Accountability in the Health Sector.
The course is aimed at building the capacity of senior officials and CSOs, parliamentarians, and ministers in value for money, and to administer the course in collaboration with AfDB and selected partners.
African countries have experienced large-scale capital flight, even as they face large and growing financing gaps. This is a major obstacle to their efforts to achieve sustained high growth and poverty reduction. In this context, the objective of this workshop is to highlight expected gains from capital flight reversal in terms of development financing. Following a discussion of the nature and magnitude of capital flight from African countries, the workshop will explores strategies to curb capital flight, enhance its reversal and repatriation, and maximize the gains in terms of economic development. It will underscore the importance of capital flight reversal as part of the national and continental agenda to reach sustainable development financing.
L’objectif de ce cours est de former les participants à acquérir une meilleure compréhension des règles et des règlements d’approvisionnement de la Banque et d’aider à développer les compétences nécessaires pour faire face aux demandes croissantes d’acquisitions pour les projets financés par la Banque.
Capacity Focus is a biannual magazine published by the African Development Institute. Its objective is to provide a forum to share opinions, view and insights on various issues pertinent to capacity development in Africa. The articles of the magazine also aim to reinforce the role of the African Development Bank (AfDB) as the leading development enabler on the continent. The magazine presents capacity development approaches and strategies, shares the views of executive directors on capacity development as well analysis and perspectives from contributors from Regional Member Countries of the AfDB including different sectors and themes related to the AfDB’s interventions. Other items bring to the fore the importance of exchanging and brokering knowledge with a special emphasis on the e-learning and the communities of practice. Articles also report on the Institute’s flagship learning activities including workshops, seminar policy dialogue policy initiatives, partnership and networking