“Echo of a crisis”, Vasyl Yurchyshyn (Razumkov Centre, Ukraine)

Over the past three years, Ukraine has faced two deep socio-economic crises. The “sources” of these crises are different: the crisis of 2020 was caused by the global coronavirus pandemic, and 2022 became tragic for the country due to the Russian aggression. At the same time, a certain similarity in Ukrainians’ readiness and perception of crisis processes indicates the expediency of a comparative analysis of crisis effects and results.

In the article Ukraine’s socio-economic losses of 2022 in the context of the crisis of 2020 (but not the previous, relatively “calm” year of 2021) are briefly examined.

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