The analytical review will help to form a comprehensive picture of the monetary stance in Ukraine, and to give an independent assessment of the effectiveness of the NBU’s monetary policy.
On March 3 (Wednesday) 2021 at 12:00 the Growford Institute will present a review of the monetary stance in Ukraine in 2020 at the Gorshenin Institute.
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Organizers – the Growford Institute and Gorshenin Institute with the support of the Internet portal LB.ua.
Experts from the Growford Institute will present a study of monetary stance and monetary policy of the NBU in response to the economic crisis.
“The unprecedented measures taken by most governments and central banks around the world have allowed the global economy to recover. Ukraine’s GDP also began to recover in the second half of 2020, but the negative trends in the financial sector persisted and intensified,” explains the co-author of the study, the Growford Institute expert Mykhailo Dzhus.
“However, the debatable question is how effective and adequate the monetary policy in Ukraine was. Has everything been done to support the crisis? These are the questions our team answers in this study,” adds Vitalii Lomakovych, co-author of the study, founder and chairman of the Growford Institute.
The analytical review will help to form a comprehensive picture of the monetary stance in Ukraine, and to give an independent assessment of the effectiveness of the NBU’s monetary policy and its compliance with the challenges facing the Ukrainian economy in the global crisis.
– Vitalii Lomakovych, co-author of the study, founder of the Growford Institute, advisor to the Minister of Finance of Ukraine, member of the Board of the National Bank of Ukraine 2014-2015;
– Mykhailo Dzhus, co-author of the study, head of the money markets department of the Growford Institute;
– Tetiana Bogdan, Scientific Director at the Growford Institute, Doctor of Economics;
– Myron Vasylyk, Director of International Cooperation, the Growford Institute.
Representatives of the Ukrainian expert community and politicians will also take part in the event.