Dabrowski, Marek "Ukraine: The struggle for reforms continues", Bruegel blog, July 4, 2018, http://bruegel.org/2018/07/ukraine-the-struggle-for-reforms-continues/
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The modernisation of the Ukrainian economy and state continues to develop at an unsatisfactory pace due to a lack of pro-reform political consensus. The two upcoming election campaigns in 2019 (presidential and parliamentary) make the reform process even slower and additionally put its effectiveness and sustainability under risk. The international community has a limited toolkit to overcome this stalemate.
, Международная экономика 2010 № 4 С. 38-44
Статья посвящена перспективам строительства Таможенного союз ЕврАзЭс. Отмечаются проблемы унифицирования таможенного законодательства партнеров по Таможенному союзу и создания наднациональной структуры. ...
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, , Journal of Comparative Economics 2018 Vol. 46 No. 3 P. 838-857
One of the most important factors that determine individuals’ quality of life and wellbeing is their position in the labor market and the type of jobs that they hold. When workers are rationed out of the formal segment of the labor market against their will, i.e., the labor market is segmented, their quality of life ...
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, , , Journal of Comparative Economics 2006 Vol. 34 No. 2 P. 272-294
This paper estimates the effects of privatization on worker separations and wages using retrospective data from a national probability sample of Ukrainian households. Detailed worker characteristics are used to control for compositional differences and to assess types of observable “winners” and “losers” from privatization. Pre-privatization worker–firm matches are used to control for unobservables in worker ...
Added: October 21, 2014
, Мир России: Социология, этнология 2012 № 1 С. 24-36
Автор статьи, один из участников и инициаторов программ реформирования экономики, поднимает вопросы экономической реформы начала 1990-х годов, структурной и инвестиционной политики, реформирования промышленности, конверсии производства, развития предпринимательства, внешнеэкономических связей и военно-технического сотрудничества и т.д. ...
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, / Высшая школа экономики. Series WP BRP 55/LNG/2017. 2007. No. 06.
This paper examines Sachs and Woo’s (1997, 2000) hypothesis on the basis of Viet Nam’s experience with her 1989 reforms that China would have grown faster had she followed the Big Bang approach to reform instead of the Gradual approach. The paper scrutinizes this hypothesis from the viewpoint of accuracy of facts, appropriateness of the ...
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М. : ВНИИ Системных исследований, 1986
Сборник содержит статьи по теоретическим и методическим вопросам анализа и совершенствования хозяйственного механизма в социалистических странах. ...
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, Научные труды Вольного экономического общества России 2016 Т. 199 С. 184-197
First introduced in this article for consideration of the broad scientific society are the case studies, displaying systematized description of the episode, taken from the recent home economy’s history. With a clear example of the intergovernmental agreement between Russia and the USA, unratified in Russian Parliament in 1992, the author is convincingly demonstrating some oversea ...
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, , , / Bruegel. Series Bruegel blog "Bruegel blog". 2020.
Over the past five years conflict has led to a deterioration of Russo-Ukrainian economic relations while ties with the EU have been deepened. This shift is evident in trade flows: the European Union has become Ukraine’s biggest trading partner, while China is poised to overtake Russia as its second. Natural gas imports from Russia, Ukraine’s ...
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, Far Eastern Affairs 2014 No. 4 P. 140-150
Book review of CHINA 3.0, edited by Mark Leonard. London: European Council on Foreign Relations, 2012, 134 pp. ...
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Social inequalities in self-rated health in Ukraine in 2007: the role of psychosocial, material and behavioural factors
, , European Journal of Public Health 2016 P. 1-7
Background: Despite Ukraine’s large population, few studies have examined social inequalities in health. This study describes Ukrainian educational inequalities in self-rated health and assesses how far psychosocial, material and behavioural factors account for the education gradient in health. Methods:Data were analyzed from the 2007 wave of the Ukrainian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey. Education was categorized as: lower secondary ...
Added: October 23, 2016
The Ukraine conflict, economic-military power balances, and economic sanctions: lessons from the past for future EU policies
, Elcano Royal Institute for International and Strategic Studies, Analyses of the Elcano Royal Institute (ARI) 2015
This analysis begins by identifying lessons for the understanding of the conflict in Ukraine and contemporary economic sanctions from the histories of the dynamics of economic and military power balances in Europe leading up to 2013 and of Western economic warfare directed against the USSR. It evaluates a number of empirical issues, such as the ...
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, Bruegel Policy Contribution 2017 No. 24 P. 1-15
This Policy Contribution analyses the Ukrainian economic, institutional and political reforms of 2014-17 in terms of their sustainability and completeness, and evaluates what remains to be done. Compared to previous attempts, the current reform round has proved more successful and some politically difficult decisions have been taken (for example, the elimination of gas subsidies), but ...
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, / Matching in practice. European network for research on matching practices in education and early labour markets. Series "Matching in practice". 2012.
In this article we describe current university admission system in Ukraine. Current admission system in Ukraine is quazi-centralized. A matching mechanism consist of three stages, which are three stages of the classical deferred acceptance admission scheme. We also charachterize quota assignment process for state-financed and open-enrollment seats in Ukrainian universities. ...
Added: March 18, 2013
Трансформация антимонопольной политики в сфере борьбы со сговором в странах переходной экономики: Россия, Украина, Казахстан
, Современная конкуренция 2014 № 2(44) С. 39-59
This article focuses on the development of antitrust policy in transition economies in the context of preventing explicit and tacit collusion. Experience of Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine in the creation of antitrust institutions was analyzed, including both legislation and enforcement practice, in particular, unique features in the use of "rule of reason" approach. Also were ...
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, Russian Journal of Economics 2016 Vol. 2 No. 3 P. 302-326
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, its successor states have suffered from cyclical currency crises. The most recent episode of 2014–2016 was caused by a combination of external and domestic factors. The former include tighter US monetary policy, slower global growth, and declining commodity prices, whereas the latter include the former Soviet Union (FSU) ...
Added: October 27, 2016
, Международная экономика 2010 Т. 8 № 1 С. 80-91
Статья посвящена перспективам строительства Таможенного союз ЕврАзЭс. Особо выделяются проблемы, связанные с данным процессом. К ним относятся как политическое расписание формирования нового интеграционного объединения, так и различия между целями партнеров по интеграции. Стратегические задачи, которые решает Россия, создавая собственную интеграционную группировку вступают в локальные противоречия с тактическими целями правящих кругов Белоруссии и Казахстана. ...
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, Acta Oeconomica 2016 Vol. 66 No. 2 P. 181-212
At the onset of the mass protests in 2010–2011, many politicians and experts suggested that Arab countries could learn from the experiences of the post-communist transition of the early 1990s. However, the geopolitical, historical, and socio-economic context of the Arab transition was different in many respects from that of the former Soviet bloc countries 20 ...
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The Ukrainian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey: Towards a Better Understanding of Labor Markets in Transition
, , IZA Journal of Labor and Development 2012 Vol. 1 No. 9 P. 1-15
The paper presents the Ukrainian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey (ULMS), which is one of the most widely used household and labor force surveys in Eastern Europe. It is based on a statistically representative sample of the Ukrainian population aged between 15 and 72 years, comprising about 4,000 households and 8,500 individuals. The paper introduces the essential ...
Added: October 1, 2014
, Journal of Economic Integration 2010 Vol. 25 No. 4 P. 676-702
This paper develops a methodology for trade policy analysis of costs and benefits of alternative regional integration scenarios. The methodology is based on the disaggregated gravity equation, which is applied to calculate the impact of the EU enlargement on integration strategies of non-member countries. In particular, the paper measures the impact of the 2004 EU ...
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, Журнал Новой экономической ассоциации 2014 № 1(121) С. 176-180
Article is devoted to a problem of market transformation of Belarusian economy and development of its national economic model. The author has studied political and economic reasons of current economic policy and tried to answer the question, why Belarusian authorities wished to save existing Post-soviet economic model and how did it influence the economic situation. ...
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, , Procedia Computer Science 2014 Vol. 31 No. 2014 International Conference on Computational Science P. 766-772
We develop the model for estimating the default probabilities of banks for Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine using banking statistics from 2005 to 2013. We find that a binary logit regression works best. In addition, macroeconomic and institutional factors significantly improve model accuracy. The results indicate that there are significantly different sources of risk in ...
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, ЭКО 2014 № 10
This paper analyzes Belarus energy system, relations between Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia in the framework of the Customs Union and the Common Economic Space. The consequences of the recent political crisis in Ukraine will inevitably lead to the review of the relations between the European Union and Russia. In these new conditions, the members of ...
Added: October 4, 2014
, , Acta Oeconomica 2018 Vol. 68 No. S P. 91-126
In the early and mid-2000s, the prospect of EU accession and the global boom facilitated rapid economic recovery and boosted economic and institutional reforms in the Western Balkan region. The global financial crisis of 2007–2009 and the European crisis of 2010–2013 slowed the pace of economic growth and amplifi ed high unemployment in the region. ...
Added: November 1, 2018
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