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New eBook: Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine

In the second volume of CEPR's Rapid Response Economics series, the authors outline macroeconomic policies to put the economy of Ukraine on a sustainable trajectory for the duration of the war.

As the conflict in Ukraine continues on into the latter months of 2022, this book outlines macroeconomic policies to put the economy of Ukraine on a sustainable
trajectory for the duration of the war. The authors emphasise at the outset that Ukraine’s crisis is not a setting for a typical macroeconomic adjustment programme. The country’s very survival - and Europe’s future - is at stake. This key constraint should condition the design of any programme. Extraordinary challenges must be matched by extraordinary policies and extraordinary support from Ukraine’s international partners.

Authors

Barry Eichengreen

Senior Policy Advisor International Monetary Fund; Professor of Economics and Political Science University Of California, Berkeley

Sergei Guriev

Provost Sciences-Po Paris - University

Fellow, Development Economics / RPN Leader, Populism / Fellow, Political Economy

Simon Johnson

Fellow, Development Economics / Fellow, Financial Economics

Tymofiy Mylovanov

President Associate Professor, Department of Economics University of Pittsburgh

Maurice Obstfeld

Class of 1958 Professor of Economics University Of California, Berkeley

Fellow, Economic History / Fellow, International Macroeconomics and Finance / Distinguished Fellow

Kenneth Rogoff

Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics Harvard University

RPN Member, International Lending and Sovereign Debt

Beatrice Weder di Mauro

President Centre for Economic Policy Research; Professor of International Economics Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies; Distinguished Fellow Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires, SIngapore