It is a great pleasure to have completed the ‘Trade and Finance for Development’ course (MICD 513) today. Delivering discussions on ‘International Trade and its relationship with Economic Growth and Development’ is a tough task particularly to the group of students coming from diverse academic background, some of whom had never studied Economics and Business Management. The second component of this course ‘Finance for Development’ was equally a challenging task, to deliver the concepts and to illustrate data and arguments to explain the evolution and expansion of different types of public and private international and domestic sources of finance for development.
Webinar: International Development Cooperation in Nepal: The Policy and Priorities of the Government of Nepal
MICD is organizing this Webinar for its students on Monday, 10th August 2020. It will be l