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Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
16.05.2022
Ukraine: War, Economy, Path to Rebuilding
Dmytro Boyarchuk, Executive Director of CASE Ukraine, spoke about the damage to the economy from Russia at a panel organized by Cornell University.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
05.05.2022
In April CASE Ukraine think tank held a discussion Financial System of Ukraine in Wartime Setting. Are Banks Ready to Lend?
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
30.04.2022
Expert discussion on Is Ukraine Ready for Recovery and Economic Revival?
On 26 April 2022, CASE Ukraine think tank held a discussion on the topic of Is Ukraine Ready for Recovery and Economic Revival?
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
16.04.2022
Expert Discussion on How Our Victory Is Going to Change Our Institutions?
On 14 April 2022, CASE Ukraine think tank held a discussion on How Our Victory Is Going to Change Our Institutions?
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
31.03.2022
Expert discussion on The War. What is Happening at Customs?
On 30 March 2022, CASE Ukraine think tank held a discussion on Customs Office operation during the war time.
Small and medium enterprises (SME)
08.12.2021
CASE Ukraine starts Honest Price Initiative: How fair businesses transfer consumer taxes to public coffers
KYIV, December 8, 2021. The CASE Ukraine Center for Social and Economic Research has launched Honest Price, an educational initiative to teach Ukrainians about the taxes collected on their purchases.
Social policy
Expert discussion on Migration Crisis: Will Ukrainians Return Home?
On 9 June 2022, CASE Ukraine think tank held a discussion on the topic of Migration Crisis: Will Ukrainians Return Home? The event featured Hanna Vakhitova, Professor and Research Fellow at the Kyiv School of Economy (KSE), Ella Libanova, Academician of the Nat. Acad. Sci. of Ukraine, Director of M. Ptukha Institute of Demographics and Social Research, and was moderated by CASE Ukraine Executive Director Dmytro Boyarchuk.
Small and medium enterprises (SME)
How to become an economically free country
Economic freedom audit of Ukraine
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
Expert discussion on Trade Block: Will Ukraine Be Able to Expand its Export Capacity?
On 13 May 2022, CASE Ukraine think tank held a discussion on the topic of Trade Block: Will Ukraine Be Able to Expand its Export Capacity? The event featured deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine Taras Kachka, deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy Taras Vysotskyi, Ukrzaliznytsia, JSC, Operations Director Vyacheslav Yeriomyn, deputy Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Mustafa Nayem and was moderated by Editor-in-Chief of Ekonomichna Pravda Dmytro Denkov. Keynote points of the discussion and abridged expositions of speaker reports are published below.
How to stop Putin’s war against Ukraine
Vladimir Dubrovskiy shares his understandably raw and personal views on what lies behind Putin’s war against Ukraine and what can and should be done to halt it.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
Expert discussion on Is Ukraine Ready for Recovery and Economic Revival?
Oleksandr Parashchiy, Head of Research, Concorde Capital, Oleh Palayda, Power and Construction Industry Expert.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
Expert Discussion on How Our Victory Is Going to Change Our Institutions?
Volodymyr Dubrovskiy, Senior Economist, CASE Ukraine Mykhailo Wynnyckyj, Associate Professor of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NAUKMA)
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
National Bank of Ukraine after Mrs. Hontareva
Yakiv Smoliy, the acting National Bank of Ukraine`s (NBU) head, and Volodymyr Lavrenchuk, the chairman of the board of ‘Raiffeisen Bank Aval’, claim to be the head of the NBU. CASE Ukraine`s Executive Director Dmytro Boyarchuk estimates in the article for the ‘Novoye Vremia’ website a development of the regulator by each of the candidates.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
How To ‘Lighten’ Shadow Economy?
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
“Very good.” Hot phase of the budget process started
When commenting to the Ekonomichna Pravda, Executive Director of CASE Ukraine Dmytro Boyarchuk has evaluated the possibility of the revenue part in the Budget 2017 figures, which were laid by the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine.
Social policy
Inadequate unemployment
2016 became a turning point in the Ukrainian labor market. The number of vacancies has tripled when compared to 2015. In 2017, the trend remains, but its dynamics are significantly lower. Meanwhile, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine has published its data for the first quarter of this year. It turns out that unemployment in the country has grown up to 10.1%.
Tax on withdrawn capital – will there be changes?
President Petro Poroshenko has decided to submit to the Verkhovna Rada a bill on the tax on withdrawn capital.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
Year Of A Huge Privatization
In 2018, the government will once again try to sell the bulk of non-strategic state-owned objects. It plans to get about USD 22 billion from the sale of state-owned objects.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
08.09.2014
Presentation of the initiative “Price State”
9 вересня о 12:00 годині в приміщенні Інституту Горшеніна (Київ, вул. Мала Житомирська, 18-б) Центр соціально-економічних досліджень – CASE Україна презентує ініціативу «Ціна держави» та однойменну веб-сторінку, розроблену в рамках цієї ініціативи.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
27.06.2014
Round Table “Ukrainian Business before Launch of Free Trade Zone with EU” to Be Held for the Second Time – in Kharkiv
Launching the free trade zone with EU gave an impetus for economic growth, in the countries of Vysegrad four (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary). It happened first of all because of new opportunities, which appeared for the local business in connection with getting access to the greatest market in the world.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
17.06.2014
Round Table “Ukrainian Business before Launch of Free Trade Zone with EU: Expectations, Challenges and Needs”
Launching the free trade zone with EU gave an impetus for economic growth, in the countries of Vysegrad four (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary). It happened first of all because of new opportunities, which appeared for the local business in connection with getting access to the greatest market in the world.
Budgetary policy and macroeconomics
11.05.2014
Public discussion “Civil control of public finance: participatory budgeting for Ukraine”
On May 20, in Dnipropetrovsk CASE Ukraine will hold a public discussion “Civil control of public finance: participatory budgeting for Ukraine”. The event is a part of the project titled “Popular Economy: Reform Monitoring”. CASE Ukraine implements this project together with East Europe Foundation and Media agency “Promedia Consulting” with the support of Open Society Institute, European Union and UNITER. The event will take place on May 20 2014, 11 A.M. at “Mansarda” of art-center “Kvartira” (Chervona Ploshcha street, 3-1, Dnipropetrovsk).
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