Guest lecture "Economic Recovery of Ukraine: Priority Areas in the Context of Ukraine Facility" by Maxim Fedoseienko, Head of Strategic Projects at Kyiv School of EconomicsGeneral Information
On September 22, 2023, the Department of Economic Theory and Competition Policy provided a guest lecture on "Economic Recovery of Ukraine: Priority Areas in the Context of the Ukraine Facility". The lecturer was a well-known analyst, consultant to public authorities, one of the coordinators of working groups on cooperation between the state and the business sector in the preparation of plans for the development of strategic sectors of the economy within the framework of the EU support program "Ukraine Facility", Head of Strategic Projects of the Kyiv School of Economics Maxim Fedoseienko.
The lecturer offered the audience an interesting and dynamic format of work. Mr. Fedoseinko outlined strategic directions of Ukraine's economic development in the context of implementing the post-war reconstruction. The lecturer drew attention to the fact that the prospects for the development of the Ukrainian economy are associated with the realization of a number of unique competitive advantages, including the potential of the agricultural sector, natural resources, extensive logistics capabilities, low production costs of a range of goods and services, the ability to integrate into global value chains in the production of batteries, renewable energy equipment, critical materials, chemical products, etc. Ukraine's human capital, which is competitive by global standards, deserves special attention. Despite the complexity of the issues discussed, the lecturer managed to present the analytically rich material in the most accessible format, using a wide range of statistics, facts, interesting examples and generalizations. At the end of the lecture, the audience had the opportunity to hear answers to a number of questions.
Head of the Department of Economic Theory and Competition Policy Yuriі Umantsiv noted the relevance of the issues covered during the lecture and expressed his gratitude to Mr. Maxim for holding it.
The event was attended by more than 100 participants, including students, postgraduates and SUTE academic staff.
The Department of Economic Theory and Competition Policy and SUTE students thank Maxim Fedoseienko for the excellent lecture, interesting format of communication and the opportunity to deepen their knowledge in the field of economic recovery of Ukraine.
Senior Lecturer at the Department of Economic Theory
and Competition Policy at SUTE