Sumy State University, Educational and Scientific Institute of Business, Economics and Management, Department of International Economic Relations, Ukraine
CV: In 2018 she obtained a master's degree in International Economic Relations at Sumy State University (Sumy, Ukraine). Currently, she is a 4th year PhD student at Sumy State University, the dissertation thesis is Foreign exchange regulation in the system of ensuring macroeconomic stability. She participates in the state budget projects, financing by the Ministry of Education of Ukraine as a Junior Researcher, the "Modeling and forecasting behaviour of financial markets as an information basis for ensuring financial stability and security of the state" (finished in September 2020) and "Fractal model of Ukrainian stock market transformation: socially responsible investing to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” (from February 2021). She was also participant in international training such as Erasmus+ Student Mobility at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania (14/03/2021 – 30/05/2021), Erasmus+ Mobility of youth workers project in Bratislava (Slovakia, 06/01/2020 – 13/01/2020), and attended a seminar at Hochschule der Deutschen Bundesbank (Germany, 13/05/2017 – 19/05/2017).
Presentation title: Macroeconomic recovery of post-conflict countries: impact investing for sustainable peace (SDG 16)
Abstract: Presently, conflicts do not stop. In addition, the wars have become more local and often turn into a phase of frozen conflict. Local conflicts have increasingly become internationalized because, as a rule, third parties try to intervene in their solution, and international organizations provide financial and humanitarian support to such countries. Post-war countries are fragile as it becomes a challenge to achieve macroeconomic stability and peace altogether, and not all countries can earn positive economic growth after the war. Unfortunately, post-war stagnation is inevitable, and to stimulate domestic consumption and economic activity, countries need to develop clear targets for economic recovery in several directions (fiscal policy and institutions, monetary policy, employment, infrastructure, private sector, agriculture, the banking system and finances) with the attraction of investments. That is why my investigation aims to develop the primary conceptual basis of the country`s macroeconomic post-conflict reconstruction according to the international experience, as well as the role of impact investing in achieving stability and peace. As a result, identify the perspective spheres of impact investments in the future post-conflict reconstruction of Ukraine.