National and International Economic Competitveness: Towards Economic Growth and Sustainability

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
Em Central London (Reino Unido), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates), Abuja, Nigeria (Nigeria) e 40 sedes mais


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  • Duração:
    3 Months
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Limited Objectives: Know the fundamental microeconomic factor and their relevance to macroeconomic development. Learn about infrastructural development. Discuss the concept of inflation and money supply. Understand how to control "M1".
Suitable for: Managers. Importers. Exporters. Trade Ministers and Undersecretaries. Other Trade Officials. Economists. Industrialists. Industrial Advisors. Contract Managers. Audit Commission Members. Management Accountants. Corporate executives. Other interested in understanding national and international competitiveness issues

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience


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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Khalifa Street, 44486, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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Abuja, Nigeria
Cadastral Zone A0, Central Business District, Abuja, 7069, Nigeria, Nigeria
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Kirkos Subcity Kebele, 21555, Ethiopia, Ethiopia
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Algiers, Algeria
Pins Maritimes, 16000, Algeria, Algeria
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Algiers, Algeria
Rue Hassiba Benbouali, 16015, Algeria, Algeria
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Amman, Jordan
Bin Ali Street, 11118, Jordan, Jordan
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O que se aprende nesse curso?

Financial Risk
Risk Management
IT risk
Financial Training
IT Development
IT Management


The short content of the course:

- Fundamental Microeconomic Factors and their relevance to Macroeconomic Development
- Infrastructural Development
- Inflation and Money Supply
- Controlling ‘M1'
- Gearing Monetary and Fiscal Policies
- Economic ‘Kick-start': Strategic Imperatives
- The Pros and Cons of High and Low Currency Value
- Currency Alignment
- Stabilizing Currency Value: State Control vs. Market Determinants

- Competitiveness: A conceptual Exploration
- Contextualising Competitiveness
- National Competitiveness
- Regional Competitiveness
- International Competitiveness
- Models of Competition
- Monopoly
- Duopoly
- Oligopoly
- Nationalisation vs. Privatisation: A Deconstruction of Their Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Implications
- Business Internal Growth Pattern
- Business External Growth: Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures - Who Benefits?
- Establishing Competition Rules
- Monitoring ‘Internal' Competition
- Conglomerate Growth and Influence
- Globalisation and National Significance

- Creating a Viable Education System: ‘6; 3; 3; 4' and Other Models
- Agricultural and Rural Development: Key Success Factors
- Human Resource Development: Developing An Effective Strategy
- Skill Development: Creating a Workable National Standard
- Workforce Development: Exemplifying Investors In People (IIP)
- Regional Development: Developing Crucial Partnerships
- Environmental Protection and Infrastructure

- The Value of International Trade to Importing and Exporting Countries
- International Trade and Capacity Building
- Export Trade and Foreign Reserve
- Domestic markets, government subsidies and ‘duties'
- Export Platforms and the determination of domestic market
- A Review of the General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade (GATT)
- The World Trade Organisation (WTO) and its perceived role in the promotion of world trade
- Dumping in Practice: A Practical Determinant
- Forms and Rationalisation of Subsidies
- Conceptualising Anti-Dumping
- Contextualising Anti-Subsidy

- Interpreting the ADA
- Difference between ‘Requirement' and ‘Provision'
- Predatory dumping
- Cyclical dumping
- Market expansion dumping
- State-trading dumping
- Strategic dumping
- Determining Dumping
- Actionable Dumping
- Constitution and Function of the WTO ADA Panel
- The Appellate Body of the WTO
- Determination of ‘Injury' under ADA
- ‘Causal Link'

- Stages of an Anti-Dumping Investigation
- Research Design
- Data gathering and Instrument Design
- Sources of Information
- Secondary Sources
- Primary Sources
- Data Elicitation Techniques
- Surveys
- Participant Observation
- Conversation Analysis
- Documentary Analysis
- Focus Groups
- Interviews
- Questionnaires
- Sampling As An Important Element of Research Design
- The Sampling Frame
- Sampling Techniques
- Convenience Or Non-random Samples
- Quota Sample
- Systematic Sample
- Probability Or Random Samples
- Simple Random Sample
- Stratified Sampling
- Multi-stage Sampling
- Interview or Questionnaire?
- Using Unstructured Questions
- Using Open-ended Questions
- Designing Closed-ended Questions
- Avoiding Forced-choice
- Data Analysis
- Instruments of Analysis
- Using a ‘Tally System'
- Awareness of the SPSS Package
- Using Excel Package
- Data Interpretation
- Making Sense of The Information
- Identifying ‘Trends' & ‘Patterns' in Information
- Arriving At Conclusions
- Reporting The Findings
- Reporting Styles
- Using The Evidence
- Use of Visual Representations
- Generating Graphs & Charts From Tables
- Managing Research Projects
- Project Planning
- Generating Project Roles
- Realistic Project Costing
- Monitoring & Continuous Evaluation
- The Interim Reports

- Devising Effective Anti-dumping Remedies
- Focusing on WTO provisions and requirements
- Data recording relevant to Countervailing measures
- Disseminating information to Industrialists and other relevant parties, relevant to ADA and their role in countervailing measures suspension and sunset review
- Conducting a Sunset Review
- Beyond the sunset review
- What after countervailing measure suspension
- Formulating anti-dumping policy and strategy, within the ADA

- Stock Markets and Stock Exchanges: Issues Associated With Their Operation and Ownership
- Free Stock Exchanges vs. Controlled Stock Exchanges
- Government Borrowing Instruments
- Public-Private Partnerships; An Effectiveness Analysis
- The Futures Market and Its Economic Implications
- Stock Exchange Indices and the International Interpretation
- Factors Affecting Stock Exchange Indices

- Risk: A Working Hypothesis
- Defining Risk - Generally
- Financial Risk: A Plausible Definition
- Financial Risk in an Organisational Setting
- Financial Risk and ‘Market Dynamics'
- Liquidity Risk
- Operating Risk
- Fraud Risk
- Settlement Risk
- Corporate Strategy and Risk Management
- The Currency Derivatives Market
- Financial Risk and Unpredictability: Uncontrollable Environmental Issues
- Asset Behaviour and Pricing Implications
- Credit and Counterparty Risk
- The Legal and Political Risk Environments
- Risk as an Economic Factor
- Technological Risk Factor
- Risk associated with Socio-Cultural Change
- Financial Risk Settings: A Meta-Analytical Exploration
- Risk in Financial Institutions
- Banking Risk
- Risk and the Currency Market
- Risk and the Equity Market
- Futures Market Risk
- Financial Exposure As Risk
- Economic Exposure
- Transaction Exposure
- Translation Exposure
- Calculating Risk in Financial Exposure
- Risk Management: A Conceptual and Statistical Meta-Analysis
- Conducting A Risk Assessment
- Managing Risk with Forward Contracts
- Financial methods of measuring Risk
- Quantifying financial risks.
- Managing The Interest Rate Derivatives Market
- Managing equity risk
- Identifying and measuring Currency Risk
- Managing Financial Exposure Risk
- Managing currency Risk
- Sensitivity Analysis As Risk Management
- Managing Risk with SWAPS:
- Statistical Analysis as a Risk Management Instrument
- Interpreting Statistical Data
- Probability and Normal Distribution
- Calculating statistics from actual data
- Understanding Statistical Significance
- Making Sense of Chi-squared Distribution
- Using Software to analyse data
- Using PESTEL as a Tool to Risk Management

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Payment options: Payments need to be made two weeks prior to course start.