Grigory Kukuruza

Cost of Crimea: comparative characteristics of Russian and Ukrainian economies

Original source: Seeking Alpha – “Comparative characteristics of Russian, Ukrainian economies” Five years ago, anti-government demonstrations in Kyiv forced the country’s president to flee to Russia. Some of you may remember that situation from watching TV news. Others may not recall it at all. Before I begin, let me first… Read More »Cost of Crimea: comparative characteristics of Russian and Ukrainian economies

POLITICAL EVENTS IN UKRAINE ON MAY 20 CHANGE MACROECONOMIC FORECAST FROM “STABLE” TO “AT RISK”

The announcement on May 20, 2019 of the dissolution of the parliament, made during the inaugural speech of the President Volodymyr Zelensky, followed by thye subsequent announcement of Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman’s resignation, forces us to revise our previous forecast for Ukraine’s macroeconomic stability. Our previous forecast was STABLE with… Read More »POLITICAL EVENTS IN UKRAINE ON MAY 20 CHANGE MACROECONOMIC FORECAST FROM “STABLE” TO “AT RISK”

Strengthening the periphery: How Brexit could better relations between Ukraine and the EU

By Vladislav Inozemtsev, Mykhailo Kukhar   In March 2019, the British Parliament expressed its final opinion on the plan for a country to leave the European Union. Whatever final form Brexit takes, it will lead to a serious reformatting of the European Union. And this is not about the domino… Read More »Strengthening the periphery: How Brexit could better relations between Ukraine and the EU