Prof. Dr. Marianna Kichurchak
Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine
CV: Associate Professor (09.2003–08.2019), Professor (09.2019–present) at the Department of Economy of Ukraine (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine). Take part in the research programmes of the Department of Economy of Ukraine “State regulation of structural changes in the system of forming the national economy of sustainable development” (registration number 0120U101806), 2020 – present The diploma of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv for the second place in the competition “The best textbook from humanitarian area in 2020–2021 academic year” (Ukraine, October 2021) The author of more than 140 scientific works. The speaker of the webinar “Economic Determinants of the War in Ukraine: Attempts to Analyse based on Insufficient Data” (24.05.2022).
Presentation title: STRUCTURAL MODERNIZATION FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF UKRAINE’S ECONOMY UNDER MILITARY AGGRESSION
Abstract: Any war is related to the production, exchange, distribution and consumption of limited economic resources in order to ensure protection from military aggression and based on the formation of a military-oriented development. The purpose is to specify the chief directions of structural modernization of Ukraine’s economy for the sustainable development during the war and identify the major factors for a post-war economic recovery. The author has substantiated that structural transformation of the Ukrainian economy should be based on military-oriented business activity and innovations, fiscal policy aimed at ensuring social protection for the most susceptible groups, preservation of human capital and education for young generation, current expenditures on the military operation. In addition, it is vitally important to fund programmes for elimination of the consequences of negative impact on the natural environment. It is found out that structural changes for the sustainable development involve a gradual adaptation of the activities of households, firms and the state to functioning during the war and the formation of the basis for the post-war reconstruction of the national economy.