Analysis and insight into trends
in money and banking, and their impact
on the world's leading economies

The Institute provides professional courses on Money and Central Banking, which can be tailored to your organisation. The courses are taught at a very high policy level by professionals and academics with many years of experience, including advisors to Parliaments and Central Banks in different jurisdictions. Amongst others: Tim Congdon (IIMR), Geoffrey Wood (University of Buckingham), Juan Castaneda (IIMR) and Forrest Capie (Cass Business School).

Specialised teaching on particular countries’ economies, both developed and emerging, can be provided. The structure of the courses include 3-4 hours of seminar sessions in the morning and discussion sessions in the afternoon, where the attendees will be discussing case studies related to their economies. Some of the topics we cover include: Monetary Policy and Development; Central Bank Communication to the Public; Central Bank Independence; Monetary Policy and Financial Stability - Central Bank Policies in a Banking Crisis; Money, Inflation and Nominal Income; and Bank Regulation and Supervision.

The courses are run at the Institute’s premises at the University of Buckingham and can include accommodation and catering on campus; or alternatively they can be delivered at your organisation. The courses can be run over 2-10 days, depending upon your requirements and the topic of the course.

To book or enquire, please email  or telephone +44 (0)1280 827524.

Dr Juan Castaneda

Director, Institute of International Monetary Research

University of Buckingham, Hunter Street Campus, Buckingham, MK18 1EG, UK

00 44 (0)1280827548

Details of the short courses offered by the Institute of International Monetary Research can be found in our new brochure, which you can download by clicking on the image below.