12 - 13 February 2018 / EUI Premises - Florence, Italy / Florence School of Banking and Finance

Instructor: Gianni De Nicolò (FBF and International Monetary Fund)
Area: Financial Stability and Macroprudential policy
Level: Introductory/Intermediate

This course offers an overview of bank risks and banking stability, linking sources of risk to the macroeconomic and financial environment of a country. It will focus on analysis and interpretation of micro and macro bank data useful for policy analysis using extensive country case studies.

At the end of this course, which is open to non-economists, participants will have acquired:
- An understanding of the key sources of risks in the banking system, their measurement, and the rationale and practice of key bank regulations.
- Practical skills in assessing banking system stability to be used in policy analysis.

26 - 28 February 2018 / EUI Premises - Florence, Italy / Florence School of Banking and Finance

Instructors: Christos Gortsos (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and EUI – Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow), Seraina Grünewald (University of Zurich)
Area: Bank Regulation, Supervision and Resolution
Level: Introductory/Intermediate

This course introduces the concept of bank resolution and its main attributes. Then, it presents the EU framework governing resolution of credit institutions, the provisions on the Single Resolution Fund under the SRM Regulation and the related Intergovernmental Agreement.

At the end of this course, which is open to non-economists, participants will have acquired thorough knowledge on:
- The main elements of the international and the EU regulatory framework on resolution.
- The sale of business, bridge institution, asset separation, bail-in.
- The conditions for resolution.
- The alternative forms of permissible state aid under the new framework.

19 - 21 March 2018 / EUI Premises - Florence, Italy / Florence School of Banking and Finance

Course Instructor: Nobuhiro Kiyotaki (Princeton University)
Area: Financial Stability and Macroprudential policy
Level: Advanced

This course will consider alternative frameworks to think about financial frictions and aggregate economy activity to understand financial crisis, business cycle and public policies.
Sessions will illustrate financial accelerator models, liquidity constraints and methods to analyse quantitatively and qualitatively financial panics, monetary and macro prudential policies.

This course will focus on the following topics:
- Rationale for macroprudential policy;
- DSGE models with a financial sector;
- Interactions between the real and the financial sectors;
- Financial accelerator, booms and busts.

5 - 6 April 2018 / EUI Premises - Florence, Italy / Florence School of Banking and Finance

Course Instructors: Piers Haben, Slavka Eley, Oleg Shmeljov (European Banking Authority)
Area: Bank Regulation, Supervision and Resolution
Level: Intermediate

This course will focus on the following topics:
- Business model Analysis;
- Internal governance;
- Assessing risks to capital;
- Liquidity and funding;
- SREP capital adequacy assessment;
- SREP liquidity adequacy assessment;
- Supervisory and early intervention measures

This course is targeted at SSM, SRB, ESRB, EU officials, economists and risk managers in financial institutions and private banks, lawyers and accountants, Ph.D. students, post-graduate researchers, assistant professors.

24 - 25 April 2018 / EUI Premises - Florence, Italy / Florence School of Banking and Finance

Course Instructor: Lee C. Buchheit (Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP); Mitu Gulati (Duke University); Jeromin Zettelmeyer (Peterson Institute of International Economics)
Area: Risk Management
Level: Intermediate

The course is structured around the life cycle of a default; with an emphasis on trying to understand the different stages of a crisis and making predictions regarding how the crisis will play out. Participants will get an basic exposure to both the economic and legal considerations involved in the operation of any sovereign debt crisis.

This course will focus on the following topics:
- Sovereign default and restructuring risk;
- Life cycle of a default;
- Economic and legal considerations in sovereign debt crisis.
- Case study: how restructuring plans are designed?

17 June - 28 July 2018 / The University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NZ / The University of Kent

The University of Kent is proud to offer a selection of eight two-week summer schools delivered from our Canterbury campus. The selection of courses is as follows:

Global Business in a Dynamic Environment
Sustainable Architecture and Landscape design
Psychology - Investigating the Social Mind
European Security and Foreign Policy
Hidden Histories of World War II
Molecular Biology & IVF
Quantitative Methods
Plantagenet to Tudor – Late Medieval England

Each of these courses is taught over a period of two-weeks and by a range of academic lecturers and industry professionals and comes with the opportunity for scholarships. The final deadline for payment to secure your place on this course is Fri 28 May 2018.

17 - 30 June 2018 / Brussels School of International Studies, 2a Boulevard Louis Schmidtlaan, Etterbeek, 1040, Brussels / The University of Kent Brussels School of International Studies

The Summer School broadly addresses the theme of ‘Europe and the World’, which builds upon the academic strengths of the Brussels School of International Studies.

This programme attracts students and young professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge of the EU. Over a period of two weeks, students participate in a series of guest lectures, seminars and debates delivered by academics, policy-makers, diplomats and European civil servants. The summer school allows students to discover how the European Union functions with a particular focus on how it acts as a global organisation and the challenges it faces in today’s world.

The accommodation, tuition, entrance fees on trips, lunches throughout the 2 weeks, a 2 week travel card around Brussels and a celebratory final dinner to mark the end of the course are all included in the cost of the Summer School.

18 - 29 June 2018 / Paris / PSE – Paris School of Economics aims to develop economics research of the highest international standard and to disseminate the results. It brings together a community of 140 researchers and around 200 PhD students, and offers teaching in Masters, Summer School and Executive Education programs at the cutting edge of the discipline.

Entirely run in English, the 2018 PSE Summer School proposes ten one-week programs from June 18 to June 29. Each program offers a full-time mix of lectures, tutorials and workshops, taught by PSE professors and other invited leading researchers. It will take place in Paris, on the new Campus Jourdan.

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