Among the major elements of the ongoing economic reforms are the rationalization and privatization of public enterprises, deregulation of the foreign exchange market, and trade liberalization. However, not much success has been achieved due to several inconsistencies in the conception and implementation of the economic reform programme. Experience has shown that the success of any reforms programme depends, to a large extent, on how adequately its policies are formulated, analysed and implemented. To ensure effective policy design, analysis and implementation, economic planners, policy analysts, budget officers and economic managers in general need to understand the basic analytical concepts in macroeconomics and be adequately equipped with the knowledge of tools and techniques for macroeconomic analysis and management as are requisite for the application of macroeconomic policy instruments. This workshop is therefore designed to enhance participants’ knowledge and skills in the use of tools and techniques for macroeconomic policy analysis and management.