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SUTE Students is Analyze Prospects of Post-war Recovery and Economic Growth in Ukraine in the Context of the Creative Heritage of Robert Solow

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The active use of the creative achievements of Nobel Prize laureates in economics in the educational process contributes to the provision of a fundamental component of the training of competitive specialists. At the initiative of the Department of Economics and Competition Policy, a student roundtable discussion "Drivers of Post-war Recovery and Economic Growth of Ukraine (to the 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Solow)" was held at the State University of Trade and Economics on April 25, 2024. The purpose of the roundtable was to publish, discuss, and summarize the results of the student youth scientific research the drivers of post-war recovery and economic growth of Ukraine.

Nineteen SUTE students of the 1st-4th years of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Psychology, the Faculty of Finance and Accounting, and the Faculty of International Trade and Law participated in the roundtable.

In their opening remarks to the participants of the roundtable Yurii Umantsiv, the Head of the Department of Economics and Competition Policy, emphasized on the relevance of the topic in the context of the post-war recovery of Ukraine's economy. The topic of the reports caused a heated discussion among students. The reports covered a wide range of issues - from the theoretical foundations and applied value of Robert Solow's model of economic growth to the determinants of economic growth in Ukraine. Reports on the possibilities of implementing foreign practices of post-war reconstruction in Ukraine, as well as the importance and role of digitalization in the mentioned processes, received the greatest resonance.

The moderators of the roundtable, professor at the Department of Economics and Competition Policy, Kateryna Nikolayets and associate professor at the Department of Economics and Competition Policy Viktoriya Khrustalova, summarized the results of the roundtable's work. They emphasized on the high level of preparation of the students' scientific presentations, their relevance, depth, and also highlighted the participants' patriotism and strong civic positions.

We express gratitude to all the participants for their interesting presentations and lively discussions, as well as wish them further scientific achievements!

Tatyana Ozhelevskaya,
PhD, Associate Professors of the Department of Economics and Competition Policy

25.04.2024
Вінс Валерій Вікторович
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остання редакція 26.04.2024