Hybrid event: Warren 401 and on Zoom
Now in its third month, the unfolding crisis in Ukraine has killed thousands, displaced millions, and destroyed civil infrastructure throughout the country. The damages to Ukraine's economy exceed $1 trillion by some estimates.
While the war is far from the end, a panel of Ukrainian experts will converge at Cornell for a hybrid event to discuss the war, economy, and the path to rebuilding. The panelists include a mix of Ukrainian government officials /academics / business experts with insights into the state of the economy and after-war plans, and moderators from Cornell University and Promontory Financial Group from IBM.
This is a hybrid event. Guests are welcome to attend the event at Warren 401 on the Cornell campus or take part on Zoom.
- Dmytro Boyarchuk will be speaking from Ukraine, where he is executive director at CASE Ukraine. He has extensive expertise in macro-economic forecasting, social policy and fiscal sector. He will be speaking from Ukraine
- Roman Kachur is alternate executive director at the World Bank. Before the World Bank, Roman worked as a deputy finance minister in Ukraine and is an expert on international finance. He will be speaking from the United States
- Mykola Trofymenko is the rector at Mariupol State University. He will be speaking from Ukraine
- Dmytro Zinkevych is the CEO of Sunsay Energy, a company that provides solar energy solutions in Ukraine, and he is a current a Humphrey fellow at Cornell studying challenges and solutions in the renewable energy sector. He will be speaking from the United States.
- Harry de Gorter, professor at Cornell
- Olena Rarytska, visiting assistant professor at Cornell
- Viktor Tsyrennikov, director at the Promontory Financial Group
- The Department of Global Development in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
- Emerging Markets Theme in the SC Johnson College of Business
- The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
Date & Time
May 13, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
More information about this event.
Anna Garber Hammond
- ag556 [at] cornell.edu
Department of Global Development
Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
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