Department of international economics

International Seminar of Scientists from European Universities on Sustainable Development (31 January 2024)

 

The Central and Eastern European University Seminar Series is organised by the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the TUM Institute for Advanced Studies (TUM-IAS) from October 2023. They support a global network for the promotion of academic exchange, including universities in Eastern Europe. The network currently includes universities and research institutions in Austria, Greece, Cyprus, Latvia, Germany, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Ukraine and Croatia.

On 31 January 2024, the Head of the Department of International Economics S. V. Voitko presented a report in this series of seminars of European universities on sustainable development. The topic of the report is “Methodology of sustainable development as a tool for researching the state of countries and making decisions”. During the meeting the results of research by scientists of Igor Sikorsky KPI and the World Data Centre for Geoinformatics and Sustainable Development, assessment of the level of sustainable development of countries and future prospects were presented. The event was attended by scientists from the Faculty of Electronics and the Faculty of Management and Marketing of Igor Sikorsky KPI.

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