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Economists on the Ukraine Crisis

The Russian Threat Runs Out of Fuel by Daniel Gros
Thu, 2015-02-12 02:06
For Europe, the defining event of 2014 was Russia’s annexation of Crimea and military intervention in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region, which directly challenged Europe's renunciation of the use of force to alter national borders. But Russia is no longer in any position to sustain its aggressive foreign policy.

How to Help Ukraine and Offset Russia’s Advantage by Anna Gelpern
Thu, 2015-02-12 01:58

Europe’s War in Ukraine by Joschka Fischer and Henrik Enderlein
Thu, 2015-02-12 01:35
Ukraine is a victim of Russian military aggression, and, like it or not, its fate will essentially determine that of Europe's, because the current crisis will define the rules and principles that Europeans live by in the twenty-first century. That is why Europe must support Ukraine's embattled government with urgently needed money.

Discovering the signs of Dutch disease in Russia (BOFIT) 
Thu, 2015-02-12 00:57

author Author(s): V.V. Mironov and A.V. Petronevich
date Date: January 19, 2015
Why Russia’s Economy Will Not Collapse by Charles Wyplosz
Thu, 2015-02-12 00:22

The rapid depreciation of the ruble, despite a dramatic – and seemingly desperate – late-night interest-rate hike by the central bank last month, has raised the specter of Russia’s economic meltdown in 1998. But, though Russia’s economy is undoubtedly in trouble, a full-blown collapse is unlikely.


Who should pay for Ukraine? by Desmond Lachman
Wed, 2015-02-11 23:43
With Ukraine’s economy on the brink of economic collapse, the IMF is readying itself for yet another outsize loan. But rather than the IMF risking its credibility, Western allies should provide Ukraine with financial support.


It’s not just Russia: Currency crisis in the Commonwealth of independent states by Marek Dabrowski
Wed, 2015-02-11 23:27

"The Central Bank of Russia has changed its de-facto exchange rate regime several times,creating an impression that it takes decisions under market and political pressure, and notnecessarily in accordance with macroeconomic priorities"


Between the two chimeras and a world war by Branko Milanovic
Wed, 2015-02-11 23:09

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