Webinar: wiiw Spring Forecast 2020 for Central, East and Southeast Europe

18  March 2020    4:00 pm CET

Economic consequences of the coronavirus for Eastern Europe: two wiiw scenarios


This is an online event


A presentation of the latest wiiw Forecast Report for 23 countries of Central, East and Southeast Europe (CESEE).

The following questions will be addressed:

  • What impact will the coronavirus have on the economies of Eastern Europe?

  • Which countries will be most affected?

  • Will the eastern EU states find a new growth strategy to counteract the international economic weakness?

  • What does the collapse of the oil price mean for Russia?

  • Is the recent economic upswing in Turkey sustainable or is a new crash looming?

  • What economic significance do current political developments have for the Western Balkans?

Please register here: https://my.demio.com/ref/Sg3t7VzHiM7zn4W8

The presentation will be held in English.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions.

Presenter: Olga Pindyuk
Moderator: Richard Grieveson

Olga Pindyuk is Economist at wiiw. Her research focuses on foreign trade, trade in services, international economics and financial markets. She is also country expert for Kazakhstan, Uktraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Richard Grieveson is Economist and Deputy Director at wiiw. His research focus includes Turkey and the Balkans, CESEE country analysis and forecasting, migration, economic history, and sovereign risk.

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