GFCC onboards Researcher to Study the Ukrainian Crisis
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has caused profound humanitarian and socio-economic losses to the Ukrainian people and severely impacted the global economy. Considering its outreach, ongoing development, and the scale of damage, the GFCC and Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) have onboarded a new researcher to conduct specific analysis on the Ukrainian crisis on the scope of the Driving Innovation in Times of Crisis initiative.
Professor Denys Ilnytskyy, an academic and research fellow at Kyiv National Economic University, a GFCC university member, will conduct short and long-term analyses of the crises arising from Russia's invasion in Ukraine, and research the connections between the war and other socio-economic issues impacting competitiveness in previous years.
Prof. Ilnytskyy will also identify cases and opportunities for innovation in Ukraine associated with the short and long-term crises, highlighting opportunities for international collaboration.
Read his detailed bio here:
Professor Denys Ilnytskyy has concentrated on his academic carrier at Kyiv National Economic University, Ukraine, since 1999. He has passed all levels of the scientific ladder – from assistant tutor to professor at the Chair of International Economics.
His main spheres of interest included information resources for international collaboration, intellectual capital, and global competition in the field of science and education, as well as digital and green transformations in national and international economics.
He participated in various projects for fundamental and applied research, authored and co-authored more than 150 papers, and acted as a research fellow for Institute for Higher Education at KNEU. He is also a member of the specialized academic board in the Institute of International Relations at Kyiv National University named after Taras Shevchenko; and an expert for State Service of Education Quality of Ukraine.