A debate on the economic consequences of war. Sanctions and their anticipated effects. The power industry and security; resources and raw materials; trade; logistics; macroeconomics (prices and the cost of living); and the labour market / refugees. Dependence on fuel imports from Russia: How to reduce it? Can war act as an impetus to the intensification of European co-operation? Scenarios of regional, European and global developments. Further threats: Who and what should be afraid of? What to do to be prepared for the worst-case scenarios? How not to be taken by surprise in the future?
Director, Polish Economic Institute
President, Employers of Poland (Pracodawcy RP)
Chairman of the Board, Polish Development Fund (Polski Fundusz Rozwoju SA)
Partner, McKinsey & Company
President of Ukrainian League of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Chairman of Association of Employer Organizations of Ukraine
Senior Economist for Poland and EU countries, The World Bank
Lecturer, Chair of Political Economics, Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw