Each summer the Duke Center for International Development (DCID) offers on-campus and online training programs for mid-level and senior professionals in areas such as public finance, budgeting, project appraisal and tax policy.
Who Should Participate
Our programs have been specially designed for professionals at government ministries and public enterprises, banks (private and public) and financial institutions, investment analysis agencies, international development agencies, individual and corporate investment firms, business and consulting firms, and public-private partnerships, among others.
Professionals interested in learning about behavioral economics principles and applying them to real world issues.
Professionals working in finance, economics, law, government administration or other related fields.
Public sector managers, planners, program analysts, accountants and auditors in ministries responsible for finance and economic planning, as well as sector ministries and field agencies engaged in planning, implementation and evaluation of development programs. The content is also beneficial for professionals in NGOs, development banks and donor agencies.
Professionals working in finance, economics, accounting, taxation, management, engineering or other related fields. It is for people who design, appraise, select, negotiate or finance projects, and for those who are interested in the financial, economic and social impacts of these projects.
Professionals working in tax policy, tax administration, economics, finance, accounting, management or other related fields.