Welcome to this episode, we have a very special guest with us - Dr. Roman Sheremeta, an esteemed economist and the Rector of American University Kyiv.
Dr. Sheremeta has an impressive list of accomplishments, including being recognized as a Top Economic Thinker by Forbes, a top-rated young economist in the world by IDEAS ranking, and one of the Best 40 Under 40 Professors by Poets and Quants. He's authored over 80 articles published in leading scholarly journals, received numerous research and teaching awards, and held positions at prestigious institutions such as Case Western Reserve University.
In this episode, Dr. Sheremeta shares his unique perspective as an expert in economics and as a Rector on the current situation of opening a university during wartime in Ukraine. He sheds light on the aim of opening an American university in Ukraine, what sets American University Kyiv apart from other universities in the country, and the partnerships the institution is interested in. Dr. Sheremeta also discusses the challenges and coping mechanisms in dealing with wartime conditions as a university.
If you're curious to learn more about the fascinating world of higher education and the unique perspective of an outstanding economist and Rector, this episode is a must-listen. So, let's dive in and hear from Dr. Roman Sheremeta!
In this episode, Roman and I explore the questions and issues around the following:
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