GlobalSource Partner’s Ukraine Country Analyst Dmytro Boyarchuk is a leading authority on the country’s macro and political dynamics and its regional integration. He is recognized throughout the region for his thorough and unbiased approach to the issues facing Ukraine’s progress and development.
Based in Kiev, Mr. Boyarchuk is also Executive Director of the Ukraine Office of the Center for Social and Economic Research, CASE Ukraine. The successor to the Macroeconomic Reform Project of the Harvard Institute of International Development, CASE Ukraine is the premier regional independent NGO specializing in economic research, macroeconomic policy analysis and forecasting.
Mr. Boyarchuk has led several Blue Ribbon Commissions on Ukraine’s reform strategy, especially fiscal and tax reform. He is also an authority on regional labor economics, private sector development and trade. He has led research projects on Ukraine’s agriculture, health, education, and public service sectors and on its prospects for financial liberalization. He has also worked on projects evaluating fiscal liberalization projects in former Soviet republics in Central Asia.
Mr. Boyarchuk received a B.A. in economics (with honors) and an M.A. in economics from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.
This paper analyses Ukraine’s war economy management and performance, according to information available in June 2023.
Can international support and economic reforms secure Ukraine's post-war stability?