Impact

KSE initiatives are platforms where our students, alumni and faculty deal with deep economic issues and exchange expertise with real-world practitioners. Initiatives comprise spheres like procurement, journalism, media and public events. Their results are also diverse: from professional trainings to public informing and support of Ukrainian reform processes. Although, initiatives are not purely launched by Kyiv School of Economics, they share the school’s mark of excellence and KSE members are heavily involved in their running. We are confident that they can make a crucial impact for Ukraine.

Symposium for a Special Issue of the Journal of Comparative Economics

The symposium gathered world-class researchers and leading policymakers to provide an expert assessment of recent developments in Ukraine, propose solutions of Ukraine’s pressing problems and connect Ukraine’s policymakers and scientists to the global network of experts.

International Conference People Matter: Quality of Life and Population Wellbeing in Post-Transition Economies

The conference with Professor Klaus Zimmermann has become the platform for an expanded dialogue between academics, policy makers, government officials and policy makers who support evidence-based decision-making at all levels.

Centre for Excellence in Economic Journalism

The three-months module training program developed by Kyiv School of Economics specifically for journalists.

Centre of Excellence in Procurement

The CEP is a training and analytical center that develops training programs, provides policy advice and does research in the field of procurement.

Policy Making

Faculty

Alumni

Центр вдосконалення закупівель

Центр вдосконалення закупівель Київської школи економіки — це інтелектуальний центр, створений для аналізу ефективності закупівельних процесів та виявлення можливих проявів корупції, а також організаційної підтримки та навчання учасників екосистеми закупівель.

Ukraine Economy Week

Ukraine Economy Week Summer 2018

High-level Conferences

KSE Impact Dinner

TEDxKSE

VoxUkraine