Economist and Certified Corporate Economist offered
by our Academic Board of Economic Policy and Monetary
AAFM is the Official Certifyinig Body that offers the
Economist Designations. Through a series of global agreements
in Asia, Africa, US, Europe and the Middle East, the
ChE or CEPA credential is available to qualified applicants
and seasoned veteran academics of ecnomics. The ChE
is offered in conjunction with the Commission of Chartered
Certified Economists International and the ACCE.
waiver may be granted to PhD and Masters Degree Holders
who have 5+ years of economic policy, corporate economist,
or analyst employment and experience.
you meet these requirements, please send a resume or CV to email@example.com
prerequesites or experience are required to obtain this designation? Education
Industry Experience, Continuing Education, Accredited College Degree,Testing,
& Abide by Ethics Criteria: based on Ibanez US Supreme Court Decision.
educational requirements does this designation have?
Completion of a economics degree or concentration from
one of 560 AAFM board registered and recognized ACBSP,
ABA, or AACSB business schools worldwide or an MBA,
CPA, CFA, PhD, DBA, Masters Degree, or Law Degree from
an accredited university or college along with relevant
experience. Managers or executives may take our 5 day
on-site executive training courses with exit exams to
examinations must be passed to receive this designation?
Candidates must pass testing and exams required to secure
an MBA, PhD, Masters, Doctorate, CPA, JD, ACBSP, EQUIS,
ABA, or AACSB accredited business program or other relevant
International graduate professional exam in with concentrations
in related subjects such as economics, finance, tax
or other. If you are unsure of your status, please submit
official copies for board review.
You must provide references for this credential. Mail
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Agenda Day One
Economics are introduced by covering the key concepts in macroeconomic and microeconomic
forces influencing the enterprise.
Principles For Enterprise
Behaviour of firms and consumers
International business strategy
Market entry modes
Case Study: Critical analysis of the Enron failure was it Enrons
business model, management or the economy?
Of Day One Followed By Lunch
Agenda Day Two
Research Methods For Business Economics
Economic modeling, simulation studies
Impact of economics on financial markets
Understanding impact of economic statements
Understanding effects of political
events on markets
Flow of financial capital, goods and services
EU, NAFTA and APEC
Determine three industries that have been significantly affected by
the emergence of the Internet and discuss the changes that have taken or are taking
place in these industries as a result.
Of Day Two Followed By Lunch
Agenda Day Three
aim of this day is to discuss in detail competition policy, financing businesses,
economic regulation and international trade.
In Business Economics
Trade financing and business
Working with regulators
International trade principles
Case Study: Determine viable options for the growth of a business
Developing fast-to-market technology for competitive advantage
Exploring the economics of customer loyalty and total customer satisfaction
Formulating an action-oriented marketing plan
Return On Marketing Investment
Marketing strategies in thelight of various economic forecast models
Of Day Three Followed By Lunch
Agenda Day Four
aim of this session is to demonstrate key skills in Economic Forecasting and show
you how to develop the quantitative skills necessary to work as a business economist.
It shows you how to model a market and to find relationships within data. It focuses
on the tools of econometrics, used to produce forecasts of macroeconomic and microeconomic
Relating economic factors to corporate
Translating short and long-term economic
factors into corporate strategy
Strategic goal alignments
Scorecard And Strategic Objectives
Lead and lag performance indicators
Measuring the four dimensions
Setting strategic objectives
Formulating a strategy map
Of Day Four Followed By Lunch
Agenda Day Five
five endeavors to finalise the course structure by reviewing how the business
economist communicates the impact of changes in the external economic environment
in respect to company performance and strategy.
The role of the business economist in day-to-day management
Working with the finance and managerial accounting team
Vision And Implementation
Performance management and incentive schemes
Role playing communication exercise as a senior manager
Of Programme Followed By Lunch
Corporate Economist offered by our Academic Board
of Economic Policy and Monetary Analysis. See Past Course