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- 2 days
- 16 hours a week
- Latin America and the Caribbean
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
By the end of this face-to-face course, participants will be able to analyse information from a range of governmental institutions and research centers and apply this knowledge in public policy making.
About this course
This course is offered by professor Paulo Jannuzzi of the National School of Statistical Sciences (ENCE). The content encompasses concepts, types and properties of indicators; information demand for the elaboration and evaluation of policies and programmes; indicators and international agenda (SDGs); main data sources, social reports and research; main indicators on labor market, income inequality and poverty; use of indicators for socioeconomic diagnoses and management capacity.
Civil servants, researchers and students.
Analyse and apply information from governmental institutions and research centers to elaborate public policies and programmes.