Economic Lecture Hall – speaker reports

Forecast of key macroeconimic indicators for Ukrainian economy until 2022, results of Economic Lecture Hall – 2018

In 2018, the dollar equivalent of Ukraine’s GDP will be $130.5 billion. The growth of 16.8% is mainly due to the positive dynamics of commodity prices. Net raw materials export of Ukraine in 2018 will total $9.3 billion, compared to $7.1 billion in 2017 (mainly due to the increase of… Read More »Forecast of key macroeconimic indicators for Ukrainian economy until 2022, results of Economic Lecture Hall – 2018

About impact of the ‘Kerch crisis’ and the martial law on economic growth in 2018/19

Executive summary: According to the results of the first two days, IMF Group Ukraine has already drawn a preliminary conclusion that the so-called Kerch crisis, which has arisen and the subsequent transition to a hybrid martial law, will have no fundamental influence on the economic growth of Ukraine in 2018/19.… Read More »About impact of the ‘Kerch crisis’ and the martial law on economic growth in 2018/19

Locomotive power sufficiency for grain transportation by rail in light of increasing grain harvests, restoration of Ukraine’s economy by 2023

The purpose of this study is to analyze whether Ukraine’s state railway monopoly Ukrzaliznytsia (UZ) will be able to cope with the growing demand for grain transportation through 2023 and the percent of UZ’s locomotive power deficit could arise owing to failure to further reform UZ and stoppage of the… Read More »Locomotive power sufficiency for grain transportation by rail in light of increasing grain harvests, restoration of Ukraine’s economy by 2023