Preparations for a conference on assessing the damage caused by the russian federation as a result of a full-scale invasion of Ukraine have begunGeneral Information
Our university continues cooperation aimed at scientific and practical support of economic and social policy for the post-war reconstruction of Ukraine. We are pleased to announce that preparations have begun for the international interdisciplinary joint conference on damage assessment caused by the full-scale invasion of the russian federation.
J.S. Held, the international consulting company that combines technical, scientific, financial and strategic expertise will contribute to the conference as a partner. Representatives of the Business School of the National University of Singapore, whose researchers specialize in precisely such issues will also join the conference.
Last week there was a meeting of the academic community of the State University of Trade and Economics with Mr. Iain Potter, vice-president of J.S. Held, Adjunct Professor at the Business School of the National University of Singapore.
In particular, the State University of Trade and Economics was represented at the meeting by:
- Daria IVASHCHENKO, PhD in International Law, Associate Professorat the Department of International, Civil and Commercial Law, Head of the Department of International Relations of SUTE;
- Tamara KORTUKOVA, PhD in International Law, Associate Professorat the Department of International, Civil and CommercialLaw;
- Olena FOMINA, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Accounting and Taxation;
- Svitlana SEMENOVA, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, AssociateProfessor of the Department of Accounting and Taxation.
Amongotherthings, it was agreed to sign a Memorandum of Understandin between the State University of Trade and Economics and J.S. Held, aninternational consulting company that combines technical, scientific, financial and strategicexpertise.
In April-June 2023, Mr. Iain Potter conducted the English-language certificate course "Assessment of Damages in International Disputes". His support for the idea of the conference and assistancein the development of cooperation with our university is a manifestation of true friendship, which, we hope, will continue and strengthen. Therefore, we express our gratitude to our colleague for the already shown support and continued cooperation in such a difficult period for our country.
We invite colleagues to organize and participatein the upcoming conference.
Contact person - Tamara Kortukova, email@example.com