It’s almost like an economic law that if you only try to cultivate your agriculture sector you are going to lose like Latvia did 20% of your population, you are going to lose 9 million people. And I think based on this almost economic law that the population density of a country without industry has to decrease. You should try to make a common pragmatic mission; I think you should try to avoid the ideologies that have kept flowering since 1990-ies. I think this is the time to analyze where you want Ukraine to be.
Professor at Norwegian Institute of Strategic Studies
Education: Degree in Economics, major in Finance and Credit, Odesa National Economic University. Post-graduate student, Lecturer and Researcher, Banking Department, Odesa National Economic University.
2006-2014 – Head of Macroeconomic Research Bureau, Project Management and Business Development Director; served as a Member of the Management Board of UniCredit Bank PJSC (from 2010); in 2013, managed the process of merging UniCredit Bank PJSC with Ukrsotsbank PJSC. Following the completion of the merger, held the position of the Director of Activity Maintenance and Organization Center of UniCredit Bank PJSC.
2000-2005 – Director, Department of Banking System Strategy and Reforming of the National Bank of Ukraine. Mr. Rashkovan is a Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine since April 2014.