Russia’s War Against Ukraine and Global Food Security

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Friday, August 26th, 2022

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Janetta Azarieva is Research Fellow, The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Forthcoming book at Oxford University Press 2023: Azarieva, J., Brudny, Y., & Finkel, E. “Bread and Autocracy in Russia”

Oleg Nivievskyi is an Assistant Professor and Vice-president for economics education at Kyiv School of Economics. Oleg has more than 18 years of international experience in applied research in agri-food product and factor markets and value chains, as well as in agri-food and regulatory policy impact. His research interest also covers spatial economics, efficiency and productivity analysis.

Oleg is a co-founder of the Center for Food and Land Use Research at Kyiv School of Economics in 2020 and co-organizer of the first EAAE Seminar in the post-soviet region in Kyiv in 2016. Oleg also heavily contributed to several major reforms in Ukraine, including to a comprehensive land market reform and opening of the agricultural land market under the World Bank/EU Program ‘Supporting Transparent Land Governance in Ukraine’ and in the capacity of the Economic policy advisor for Reforming Investment Climate project at World Bank Group in Kyiv in 2012-18. Oleg’s country experience covers Germany, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uganda, Tanzania, and Ukraine. Oleg received his Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics and Applied Statistics from University of Goettingen (Germany, 2010) and M.A. in Economics from Kyiv School of Economics/National University ‘Kyiv-Mohyla Academy’ (Ukraine, 2004). He also holds a Diploma in Physics from National Kamyanets-Podilskyi University (Ukraine, 2001).

Pavlo Martyshev is Researcher, the Center for Food and Land Use Research, Kyiv School of Economics. He specializes in applied research of agricultural markets. He received a Master’s degree in agricultural economics from the Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman (2015) and a PhD degree at the Institute of Economics and Forecasting of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (2020). Pavlo joined Kyiv School of Economics in 2018 as a researcher of the UaFoodTrade project, organized in partnership with Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (Halle, Germany). Pavlo worked as an agricultural market analyst at ODA Ukraine and Argus Media companies. In addition, he participated in consulting projects organized by the World Bank and the German-Ukrainian Agricultural Policy Dialogue.

Vitalii Dankevych is Dean of the Faculty of Law, Public Administration and National Security, Polissia National University, Ukraine, consultant of the project “Capacity Development for Evidence-Based Land and Agricultural Policy Making”, World Bank, member of Global Learning in Agriculture community (USA), the Head of the Center for Strategic Research and Extension – organization that studies the development of the agricultural sector of the economy, global food security and sustainable land use.

Contact

Larysa Iarovenko
416-946-8962


Speakers

Oleg Nivievskyi
Speaker
Assistant Professor and Vice-president for economic education at Kyiv School of Economics, Center for Food and Land Use Research

Pavlo Martyshev
Speaker
Researcher, the Center for Food and Land Use Research, Kyiv School of Economics

Vitalii Dankevych
Speaker
Dean of the Faculty of Law, Public Administration and National Security, Polissia National University, Ukraine

Janetta Azarieva
Speaker
Research Fellow Research Fellow, The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Lucan Way
Chair
Professor of Political Science, co-Director of the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, CERES, University of Toronto


Main Sponsor

Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

Co-Sponsors

Centre for Euopean, Russian, and Eurasian Studies


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