Training Course on Financial Stability, Financial Crisis and Monetary Policy
Date: 15-19 September 2014
Venue: Istanbul - Türkiye

The Centre organised three consecutive training courses on Financial Stability, Financial Crises and Monetary Policy in Istanbul, Turkey, on 15-19 September 2014, within the framework of OIC Central Banks Capacity Building Programme (OIC-CB-CaB), in collaboration with Istanbul School of Banking (ISB). The course took place with the participation of experts from 10 OIC Member Countries, namely, Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Tunisia and Uganda.

The training course was supervised by José De Gregorio, University of Chile (Former Governor of Central Bank of Chile) and assisted by Mahir Binici and Salih Fendoğlu, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey. The training was designed for experts from central banks of OIC Member Countries as well as European Countries and related policy institutions who are interested in various aspects of financial and price stability.

The training course on Financial Stability, Financial Crises and Monetary Policy mainly covered the following areas:

Section 1: Financial Stability, Financial Crises and Monetary Policy

  • Financial Markets and Monetary Policy
  • Financial System, Credit Channel and Financial Instability
  • Macroprudential Policies
  • Currency Crisis
  • Capital Flows, Financial Stability and Modern Central Banking
  • Monetary Policy and Price Stability

Section 2: An Emerging Economy Experience

  •  Monetary Policies for Macro-Financial Stability In An Emerging Economy: The Case of Turkey  
  • Macroprudential Policies and Unconventional Tools for Financial Stability in an Emerging Market