Six years after Ukraine’s Euromaidan- reforms and challenges ahead
Marek Dabrowski (),
Marta Domínguez-Jiménez and
Georg Zachmann ()
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Since the Euromaidan protests (2013-2014), Ukraine has had two presidents and four governments. They have initiated various reforms in the economic, institutional and political spheres, with the aim of bringing the country closer to the European Union, boosting economic growth and international competitiveness, and building a liberal democracy. Reforms have been implemented in a difficult environment of external aggression, which has led to human and material losses and has caused...
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