The invasion of Ukraine by Russia has created a new reality on the ground, in Europe and in the World. What will be the macroeconomic impact of the war for Europe? Can sanctions on Russia, or on its oligarchs, be effective? What type of aid does Ukraine need now, and later, when the time of reconstruction comes? How should we handle the issue of refugees?
Paris School of Economics organized a roundtable on the economic perspectives of the war in Ukraine on Wednesday, April 6th.
The roundtable gathered Ukrainian, Russian, French, Italian and German economists who reflected on their recent research to gain insights on the current events.
6:00 pm – 7:20 pm > Speakers’ presentations
Moderator: Daniel Cohen, President of PSE’s Board of Directors
Yuriy Gorodnichenko (UC Berkeley – online): “How to revisit the deterrence doctrine in response to Putin’s threat”
Sergei Guriev (Sciences Po): “On the effectiveness of sanctions on Russia”
Massimo Morelli (Bocconi – online): “Power in the pipeline”
Tymofiy Mylovanov (Kiyv School of Economics – online): “What Ukraine needs now and after the war”
Theresa Neef (EU Tax Observatory, PSE): “Effective sanctions against oligarchs and the role of a European asset registry”
Hillel Rapoport (Paris School of Economics): “On the allocation of Ukrainian refugees across EU member states”
Moritz Schularick (SciencesPo) : “The macro impact for Germany of an embargo on Russian oil and gas”
7:20 pm – 8:00 pm > Questions from the audience and general discussion
Location: Paris School of Economics – Campus Jourdan – 48 boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris or via Zoom
Convener: Hillel Rapoport (PSE), PSE Director of International Relations