Economists for Ukraine


A Blueprint for the Reconstruction of Ukraine

A Blueprint for the Reconstruction of Ukraine, by Torbjörn Becker, Barry Eichengreen, Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Sergei Guriev, Simon Johnson, Tymofiy Mylovanov, Kenneth Rogoff, and Beatrice Weder di Mauro, is designed to give an overview of a possible reconstruction project for Ukraine.
By The Centre for Economic Policy Research

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Russian Supremacists on the Loose

Russian Supremacists on the Loose

Ukrainian soldiers found mass graves, tortured bodies of innocent Ukrainians, and civilians killed execution-style near Kyiv. How can one human being (a Russian) do such a thing to another person (a Ukrainian)?
By Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Danylo Tavrov

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The International Working Group on Russian Sanctions

The International Working Group on Russian Sanctions is comprised of a number of independent, international experts. The group is focused on recommending new economic and other measures to pressure Russian President Vladimir Putin to end his invasion of Ukraine and restore Ukraine’s territorial integrity.
By Anastassia Fedyk, Tania Babina, Tetyana Balyuk, Ilona Sologub, James Hodson, and Yuriy Gorodnichenko

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Russian Ruble Crash

The Best Macroeconomic Policy for Russia

Russia has problems with supply chains, a debt crisis, a severe bank run, a currency crisis, and foreign direct investment issues because of the war it started against Ukraine. The best macroeconomic policy for Russia is to stop this insane war.
By Yuriy Gorodnichenko

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Negotiations with Russia

Insights into Russia-Negotiations: A Reality Check

Western media and politicians continue to comment on the Ukraine-Russia “peace talks.” Their remarks can be likened to the commentary on a game of chess with speculation about the next possible move, whilst one opponent is beating up the other with a chessboard.
By Yuriy Gorodnichenko and Ilona Sologoub

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