Nagurney Publishes Paper on Economic Impact of War in Ukraine on Global Food Systems

Anna Nagurney
Anna Nagurney

Anna Nagurney, Eugene M. Isenberg Chair in Integrative Studies, and Oleg Nivieskyi, dean of the faculty of graduate economics studies at the Kyiv School of Economics in Ukraine, have published a paper examining the economic impact the war in Ukraine is having not only on domestic agriculture but global food systems, in the Proceedings of the Working Group of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

The paper can be accessed from the website of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, which is located at Vatican City.

“It is a true honor to have our work in this publication,” Nagurney says of the journal, which also features work from Cindy McCain, head of the World Food Programme and widow of U.S. Senator John McCain, as well from Ismahane Eloufai, chief scientist of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and Jeannie Annan, chief research and innovation officer of the International Rescue Committee, among others.

Niviesky presented the paper, “Ukraine-Addressing the domestic humanitarian crisis and the effects of the war on global good systems,” at the Food and Humanitarian Crises: Science and Policies for Prevention and Mitigation conference in May at the Vatican.