Barry Eichengreen, Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Kenneth Rogoff, 10 May 2022

The first of CEPR’s Rapid Response Economics series spells out a proposal to ensure that the economy of post-war Ukraine can recover. But what can the international community do, and how much will it cost?

Yevhenii Skok, Oliver de Groot, 17 March 2022

The war in Ukraine is a humanitarian catastrophe, but how has the Ukrainian economy held up? This column examines the policies by the National Bank of Ukraine and the international financial community to maintain liquidity and financial stability in the country. It provides a brief monetary history of Ukraine, documents the policy actions of the past few weeks, and explores the challenges ahead.


wiiw presents a new study on the costs of reconstruction of the Donbas region and discusses ways to overcome the economic damages with renowned panelists.

Ambassador Martin Sajdik, former OSCE Special Envoy in Ukraine
Velina Tchakarova, Head of the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy (AIES)
Peter Havlik, Senior Research Associate, wiiw
Olga Pindyuk, wiiw Country Expert on Ukraine
Artem Kochnev, PhD candidate, Johannes Kepler University

Mario Holzner, Executive Director, wiiw

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Note, the event takes place on Thursday, 25 June 2020, 2 p.m. (Vienna), resp. 3 p.m. (Kiev, Moscow) and will be recorded. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.

Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Gérard Roland, 04 September 2014

With the crisis in Ukraine escalating further, the question on everyone’s mind is when and how peace can be restored. This column describes three different scenarios where Ukraine continues fighting with or without economic and military help from the West. The authors suggest that though Russia’s chances of winning are small, the policy response of the West could be essential in resolving the conflict quickly. 


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