Lecture by Professor Motoshige Itoh on "Reform of state-owned companies as an impulse for the development of competitive markets"

On September 21, the Embassy of Japan in Ukraine, together with Kyiv School of Economics, invites you to join the conference, where a well-known Japanese economist, Professor Motoshige Itoh will share the unique and successful experience of reforming state-owned enterprises. During the lecture, the speaker will talk about how Japan has managed to transform state-owned companies into efficient enterprises, which are attractive for investments. In particular, Professor Itoh will consider the impact of deregulation on privatization and the competitive market on the example of the railways and the energy sector.
The second part of the event will be panel discussion, inviting representatives of the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine, heads of state companies in Ukraine and the Research and Analysis of Corporate Governance KSE. During this part, participants will discuss ways to implement the experience of Japanese privatization in Ukraine.
Panel discussion speakers:
- Kristina Holubytska, Deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine;
- Olexandr Kamyshin, acting Chairman of the Management Board of Ukrzaliznytsia;
- Maksym Yurkov, member of the Management Board of Ukrenergo;
- Dmytro Yablonovsky, independent corporate governance consultant, member of the VoxUkraine Editorial Board
Moderator: Volodymyr Landa, Deputy Editor-in-Chief at Forbes Ukraine
Date and time: September 21, 10.00 - 12.00
Venue: ICU Event Hall, Kyiv School of Economics (3, M. Shpaka Street)
Registration for participation on site is available from here. (Free. Redirects to Kyiv School of Economics’ Website)
*The event will be broadcast live on KSE’s Facebook page