Tetiana Zosymenko

Economic Diplomacy Program Director

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Tetiana Zosymenko is the Economic diplomacy studies Program Director

 

Analyst and academic with over 10 years of experience in the scope of complex multidisciplinary projects and economic researches, author of more than 60 publications in scientific journals and media, developer of methods to study interstate economic processes for the all-Ukrainian network of independent think-tanks.

Studied Economics and Entrepreneurship (Chernihiv State Technological University). In 2011 she received Ph.D. in economics (Academy of Municipal Administration, Kyiv).

Associate Professor of Theoretical and Applied Economics Department at National University “Chernihiv Polytechnic” (Chernihiv, Ukraine) since 2011.

Expert in economics of NGO Polissya Foundation for International and Regional Studies.

Alumna of multi-level training and education program on the EU integration and AA/DCFTA-specific skills for CSOs «Civic School for Sound EU Practice (CiSEP)»

Participant and speaker on numerous scientific and practical conferences and workshops.

Fields of interest:

  • International economic relations and foreign economic policy of Ukraine;
  • Macro- and microeconomic diplomacy;
  • Economic issues of European integration of Ukraine;
  • Cross-border cooperation.

Recent Publications

(Українська) РОЗВИТОК СВІТОВОЇ ЕКОНОМІКИ: ТРЕНДИ ТА СЦЕНАРІЇ МІЖНАРОДНОЇ ПОЛІТИКИ 2021 КРІЗЬ ПРИЗМУ УКРАЇНСЬКИХ ІНТЕРЕСІ

(Українська) Вплив пандемії COVID-19 на світову торгівлю, а відтак і на українські торгівельні відносини буде спостерігатися у трьох вимірах: загальна економічна активність, ціни та попит на основні експортні позиції. 

Ukrainian-Hungarian economic relations: Current model and prospects to enhance

The context for Ukrainian-Hungarian cooperation is framed by two contrasting tracks of their geopolitical interests: European integration and Russian. Ukraine’s ultimate choice of European integration marked the start of a new stage of economic relations with Hungary.