Seminar by the President of the EBRD: The EBRD’s role in a turbulent world

  • Date:
  • Time:
    11:00-12:00 (JST)
  • Venue:
    SMBC Academia Hall, 4th floor, International Academic Research Bldg., Hongo Campus, UTokyo
  • Hosts:

    European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
    Institute for Future Initiatives, UTokyo

  • Co-host:

    Graduate School of Public Policy, UTokyo

  • Event format:

    This seminar will be held in person. There will be no online delivery.

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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is one of the multilateral development banks, founded in 1991. EBRD is supporting countries and region in Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Southern and Eastern Mediterranean to further progress towards market-oriented economies and to promote private and entrepreneurial initiative.

At the seminar, the President will explain the EBRD’s expected roles in a current turbulent world, including EBRD’s support to Ukraine and surrounding countries after Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, EBRD’s potential roles in the reconstruction phase, and so on.


Odile Renaud-Basso, President of the EBRD


Risks in the Global Economy: Analysis and Policy Research Unit
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