#RES2022 Annual Conference: The Economic Effects of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict Special Session free to view

14 Apr 2022

The Royal Economic Society is pleased to announce that we are releasing the RES 2022 Annual Conference Special Session on ‘The Economic Effects of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict’ free to the public. This is a special session organised by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR).

The session covers three papers that talks about the economic implications of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, including the impact it may have on Europe’s energy supplies.

The session was chaired by Professor Stephen Millard from NIESR and below are the line-up of speakers and their research papers:

Paper 1:  The economic effects of the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Presenter:  Paul Mortimer-Lee (NIESR)

Co-Author:  Corrado Macchiarelli

Paper 2:  Can Europe live without Russian gas?

Presenter:  Simone Tagliapietra (Bruegel)

Co-Authors:  Ben McWilliams, Giovanni Sgaravatti, and Georg Zachmann

Paper 3:  War in Ukraine:  What are the options for Europe’s energy supply?

Presenter:  Erkal Ersoy (Herriot-Watt University)

Co-Author:  Christopher Aitken

View full session here