In UzhNU, scientists from Europe will be sharing their experiences on the development of the financial and credit system
The international scientific conference "Financial and credit system: vector of development for Ukraine" launched in UzhNU.
The conference takes place with the aim of sharing information, experiences and research results on issues of development of the financial and credit system of Ukraine. Also, they will be discussing the introduction of scientific developments, innovative ideas and international experience in improvement of financial policy reforms at national and regional levels.
The event was co-organized by Uzhgorod National University, Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas, Kharkiv National Economic University, Ternopil National Economic University, Zaporizhzhya National University, Faculty of Law and Administration Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznan, Poland), Department of International Relations of the University of Economics (Bratislava, Slovakia), Institute of Facility Management (Berlin, Germany), Belarus State Agrarian Technology University. The participants of the conference will address issues of strategy and general problems of Ukraine's financial system development, the monetary policy of the country, problems and trends of the banking system and the stock market development, state fiscal policy, problems and trends of budget and tax system development.
The Rector of UzhNU Volodymyr Smolanka noted that the theme of the conference is quite relevant. "If you make even a small contribution to the stability of our financial and credit system, then it is not in vain. Over 200 scientists from seven countries take part in the conference and it shows its status," - the rector said.
The Transcarpathian Regional Council Chairman Volodymyr Chubirko also greeted the participnats of the conference. He said that it is very important for us that a conference of this level takes place in Transcarpathia, which is considered the western gate of the Ukrainian state to the European Union.