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Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine

As the conflict in Ukraine continues on into the latter months of 2022, this book outlines macroeconomic policies to put the economy of Ukraine on a sustainable trajectory for the duration of the war. The authors emphasise at the outset that Ukraine’s crisis is not a setting for a typical macroeconomic adjustment programme. The country’s very survival—and Europe’s future—is at stake. This key constraint should condition the design of any programme. Extraordinary challenges must be matched by extraordinary policies and extraordinary support from Ukraine’s international partners.

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Rogoff, K, B Weder di Mauro, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, S Johnson, S Guriev, Y Gorodnichenko, B Eichengreen and T Becker (eds) (2022), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London, https://new.cepr.org/publications/books-and-reports/macroeconomic-policies-wartime-ukraine

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine: Introduction“, in S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/macroeconomic-policies-wartime-ukraine-introduction

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Economic Landscape“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/economic-landscape

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Initial policy response“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/initial-policy-response

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Principles“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/principles

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Fiscal Policy“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/fiscal-policy

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Monetary policy and the exchange rate“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/monetary-policy-and-exchange-rate

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “External equilibrium“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/external-equilibrium

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Regulatory framework“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/regulatory-framework

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Becker, T, B Eichengreen, and Y Gorodnichenko, “Concluding Remarks“, in S Guriev, S Johnson, T Mylovanov, M Obstfeld, K Rogoff and B Weder di Mauro (eds), Macroeconomic Policies for Wartime Ukraine, CEPR Press, London. https://new.cepr.org/chapters/concluding-remarks-1