Mikhail Pranovich

Mikhail Pranovich is an Economist in the European and Middle Eastern Division of the Institute of Capacity Development. Most previously, he was an Economist at the Joint Vienna Institute. Before that, he headed the Monetary Analysis and Forecasting Division at the National Bank of Belarus, worked as an Economist at the Resident Representative Office of the IMF in Minsk and the Regional IMF Office for Central and Eastern Europe in Warsaw. His primary expertise and research interests are in the areas of monetary policy, macro-econometrics, financial econometrics and finance. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Cambridge. He is a national of Belarus.

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Macroeconomic Diagnostics (edX)

Through this course, learn to assess a country’s macroeconomic situation utilizing practical tools that will help you engage in day-to-day macroeconomic analysis. In this online course on Macroeconomic Diagnostics (MDSx), you will learn some applied tools that will allow you to assess the economic situation in a country. These [...]
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Macroeconomic Forecasting (edX)

Learn how to create and assess forecasting models to predict macroeconomic variables such as inflation and economic growth. In this macroeconomics course, you will learn to predict macroeconomic variables such as inflation, growth or consumption, and to create statistical models in economics and use them to predict responses to [...]
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Monetary Policy Analysis and Forecasting (edX)

Learn about the macroeconomic motivation of the quarterly projection model (QPM), its key properties, model calibration, data filtration, and how to implement the QPM in MATLAB software in order to learn and understand practical model building and model operation as it is usually done in central banks. This online [...]
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