The annual International Summer School on Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Policies was first launched in Summer 2006. Each year it focuses on particular aspects, with special emphasis to poverty reduction programmes in developing and transition countries.
It has been 15 years now that we have run courses in M&E methods and applications!
To learn more about CID's past international summer School programmes, see past editions:
CID also organises short training courses including intensive courses on Economic Instruments for Policy Development, Sector Analysis and Evaluation (Health Systems, Rural Development) Fiscal Decentralization, Public Administration and Human Resource Management, and Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis for Social Development.
Some of CID's other past resident training programmes are:
Masterís is a graduate
programme in development
offered by the Department of Economic Sciences and organised and
managed at CID.
was first launched in 2002-2003 and had editions successful editions, up to 2006-2007. The Masters
in English, provides students with the theoretical knowledge, policy
awareness and analytical techniques to tackle many of the key
economic and social issues facing developing and transition
countries. The Programmeís aim is to train professional experts in
the fields of economic development, economic policy and international
co-operation. Participants learn to:
The Masterís approach was to teach the practical application of theoretical knowledge and technical skills to economic and development issues. Courses were highly interactive, emphasize learning-by-doing and draw on extensive use of input by experts and guest speakers from international financial institutions, European institutions, and development practitioners.
The University of Bologna will possibly activate a new Master's Programme in Development in the near future. To learn more about past editions, see Master.