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May 27, 2016
The 40th Anniversary Research Workshop was held in Kyiv School of Economics, Kyiv May 21 - 22, 2016.
December 15, 2015
Your idea could be the next winner of the Global Development Awards Competition 2016. Every year, GDN awards up to $US 90,000 worth of grants to research proposals and innovative development projects as part of the Global Development Awards Competition. The deadline for submitting the proposals is 15 January, 2016.
December 02, 2015
Cеминар будет проводиться в КШЕ в Киеве 117-18 декабря 2015 года.
August 05, 2015
The unique KSE MBA program efficiently combines a comprehensive approach to a real-life case learning, analytical methods for decision-making and is specifically designed to educate a new generation of business leaders on how to make the most out of opportunities the global markets offer. KSE MBA combines high academic standards of top EU and US business schools with practical real-life cases from top employers of Ukraine which constitute an essential part of the program curriculum.
Dr. George Logush Appointed President of EERC and the Kyiv School of Economics
April 24, 2014

Prior to his appointment as President of EERC and the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE), George was Senior Advisor to the Board of KSE and also Visiting Executive Professor of Strategy. He was previously a member of the governing board of KSE (2003-2007).

George has considerable academic experience in Ukraine and the US. In Ukraine, most recently, he was Vice-Rector for Strategy (2012-2014) at the Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU), as well as Chair of the Supervisory Board of the Lviv Business School (LvBS). In addition, he was a member of governing board of the International Management Institute (IMI) in Kyiv (1992-2013), which he helped to co-found in 1989. 
In the US, George was at Fordham University in New York City (1975-1992) where he was an Associate Dean overseeing faculty, curriculum and research; chair of several departments (Economics, Quantitative Methods, International Business); and Director of the Institute of International Business. He was also the co-founder of Fordham University’s Graduate School of Business in 1975.  In addition, George has taught or lectured at preeminent institutions such as Harvard University, Northwestern University, New York University, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences/Institute of Economics, University of Warsaw, SGPiS/Warsaw School of Economics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of World Economy/Romanian Academy of Sciences as well as IBM’s C-Suite Executive Program in Europe.
George’s academic experience is complemented by his extensive business experience. He was Vice President of Kraft Foods (1995-2011) where he was also Managing Director for Eastern Europe and Ukraine as well as member of the Kraft Management Board for the CEEMA region. He received Kraft President’s Award for Managerial Courage and for Development of Staff. Under his leadership, Kraft Foods was recognized as best employer in Ukraine in many years. In Ukraine he was also VP for MHP, and founding managing director of RJR and KPMG. In the US he was the Chief Operating Officer of Garden State Health Plan HMO in Princeton, New Jersey (1980-1992). 
“George brings to KSE an impressive record of leadership both in the academic and the business arena. With his extensive experience in the US and Ukraine, and his long association with KSE, George is uniquely qualified to lead KSE as a world class institution in economic education and research and in providing excellent business management training and economic policy advice. We are delighted to have George as the president of the school.” said Regina Yan, Chair of the KSE Board of Directors.
George has served on many state/government advisory bodies (2004-2010) including Foreign Investment Advisory Council to the President of Ukraine; Council of Investors to the Prime Minister of Ukraine; and Council on Culture to the President of Ukraine. 
His other governance experience includes independent director on the Board of Directors of Milkiland BV, Veres/Smart Holding, and previously Chumak Food. He is Senior Board Advisor for the US-Ukraine Business Council, and was Vice Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce (ACC) in Ukraine (2004-2011). 
George holds state awards and recognition from Poland and Ukraine. He has been recognized in: “100 Most Influential Persons in Ukraine” twice; Top Executive of the Year for several years; in Top 10 for Social Responsibility, and Philanthropist of the Year. 
“It’s a real honor and privilege for me to serve as the president of KSE after having been involved with the school for many years in different capacities. The KSE community, with its outstanding faculty, staff, students and alumni, has much to contribute to the advancement of economics as a science in Ukraine and internationally, in policy advice in this transformational time in Ukraine, as well as to management education and the business community” said George.
He and his wife Tetyana founded and co-direct an unique open literary competition “Coronation of the Word” in Ukraine, now in 14th year, which discovered more than 250 new writers, with over 400 published novels, 7 films, and 8 theatre premieres. 
George holds a PhD in Mathematical Economics/Econometrics and MA in Economics from New York University as well as a BS in Engineering Science and Economics from the City University of New York. He completed the Corporate Executive Program at the Kellogg School, Northwestern University.