About the Event
Tymofiy Mylovanov, the President of the Kyiv School of Economics, will join with academic experts from Chicago to offer perspectives on the conflict in Ukraine: the current challenges and hopes for the future.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Wednesday, June 22 2022
1:00 PM-2:00 PM CDT
Keller Center, Sky Suite (4th Floor)
1307 E 60th St, Chicago, IL 60637
This event will take place both in-person and virtually via Zoom.
To register for in-person or Zoom attendance: https://chicagoharris.force.com/PearsonEvents/s/event-detail?eventId=a245b000002uQqr and choose your option while registering.
About the Panelists
Scott Gehlbach (Moderator), Pearson Faculty Affiliate, Professor at Department of Political Science and Harris School of Public Policy, at the University of Chicago. A political economist and comparativist, Gehlbach’s work is motivated by the contemporary and historical experience of Russia, Ukraine, and other postcommunist states.
Roger Myerson, David L. Pearson Distinguished Service Professor of Global Conflict Studies in the Harris School of Public Policy, the Griffin Department of Economics, and the College, and Nobel Laureate in Economics. Myerson’s research in economics and political science introduced refinements to Nash's equilibrium concept in game theory, and he developed techniques to characterize the effects of communication when individuals have different information.
Tymofiy Mylovanov, President of the Kyiv School of Economics, Associate Professor of the University of Pittsburgh, and the former Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine. His research interests cover such areas as theory of games and contracts, and institutional design.
Susanne A. Wengle is N.R. Dreux Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, and concurrent faculty at the Keough School for Global Affairs. Her research examines post-Soviet political economy and engages with the study of markets in that context and beyond. Her publications include Post-Soviet Power: State-Led Development and Russia's Marketization (2015) and Black Earth, White Bread: A Technopolitical History of Russian Agriculture and Food (2022).