Presentaion prepared by Volodymyr Dubrovsky for International Conference “Ukraine: the Business and Economic Priorities” arranged by the Institute of Competitive Society, Ukrainian Independent Centre for Political Studies, and CIPE (Kyiv, November, 2005)
Marek Dabrowski, Head of the Supervisory board of CASE Ukraine, and Oleksandr Rohozynsky, Academic Director of CASE Ukraine, took part in the conference “Economy of Belarus: Current Situation, Main Problems, and Perspective of Development” organized by IMP Research Center (http://research.by/) in Minsk.
The paper provides review of major budget risks for 2005. It was prepared within the Task Force on Economic Reform Strategy project, operating under the Blue Ribbon Commission Analytical and Advisory Center.
Vladimir Dubrovskiy, a Leading Researcher in CASE Ukraine has made a presentation named: “Corruption in Ukraine: Behind and Beyound the Orange Revolution” at the World Bank’s ABCDE conference SECURING DEVELOPMENT IN AN UNSTABLE WORLD (May 23-24, 2005, Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
Vladimir Dubrovskiy, a Leading Researcher in CASE Ukraine has made a presentation named: “The Political-Economic and Institutional Framework for Assessing the Business Environment in Ukraine” at the Compact Seminar on International Development “Development Challenges in Ukraine and in Eastern Europe: Which Role for Multilateral and Bilateral Agencies and for the Private Sector?” arranged by the Kyiv-Mohila business school in cooperation with the World Bank (June 13-14, 2005, Kyiv, Ukraine).
Overview of the “Orange Revolution”. Russian and Ukrainian versions only.
On December 10 2004 CASE Ukraine together with CASE Foundation and the Institute for Reforms organized the conference “Sustaining Low Inflation in Ukraine”.
Monetary Transmission Research in Europe: Lessons for Ukraine.
Analysis of Core Inflation Indicators in Ukraine
The paper presents the results of research conducted within the project “Social and Economic Consequences of Privatisation in Ukraine: ten years after” (Available in Ukrainian only)