Ukraine Economic Reconstruction Commission

The CSIS Ukraine Economic Reconstruction Commission focuses on the critical role of private sector investment in Ukraine's reconstruction

The aim of the bipartisan and international CSIS Ukraine Economic Reconstruction Commission is to produce a policy framework that will help attract private sector investments to support Ukraine’s future economic reconstruction. To support the commission, CSIS will convene a series of working groups that will address a range of issue-specific areas that are critical for reconstruction and modernization of the Ukrainian economy, including agriculture, energy, and transportation and logistics, as well as addressing the impact of corruption on private sector investment.

Commission Director

  • Daniel F. Runde, Senior Vice President; William A. Schreyer Chair; Director, Project on Prosperity and Development; and Director, Americas Program

Commission Co-Chairs 

  • Ambassador Paula J. Dobriansky, former Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs; Senior Fellow, Harvard University Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs
  • Greg Page,  former CEO of Cargill
  • Michael Polsky, Founder and CEO of Invenergy

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