On March 29, the ISET Policy Institute hosted a policy presentation on the economic impact of
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine profoundly impacted the global economy, immediately sending shockwaves across the globe. The attack of a country that was once a major energy supplier to Europe on the country which was one of the top food exporters in the world, sent food and fuel prices spiraling, causing major energy shortages and the prospect of protracted recession in the United States and the European Union.
On 21 December, ISET Policy Institute hosted an online event entitled “Impacts of the War in
On 6 December, Yaroslava Babych, Lead Economist of the ISET Policy Institute, participated in an annual event Development Day hosted by the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Following the tentative recovery observed in 2021, global economic conditions worsened significantly in 2022 (IMF, July 2022). Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022 caused global economic growth estimates to drop for the first time since 2020.