Russia-Ukraine War: Global Implications for Energy, Agriculture, and Beyond

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to tremendous global market disruption, causing product delays and shortages, while significantly impacting commodity markets and consumers. Particularly, recent events in Europe have further tested the delivery of goods and services, resulting in noticeable implications to energy and agriculture. Find out more as Federal Reserve regional economists, Cortney Cowley and David Rodziewicz, share research and insights on these issues and the economic impact. Click here to read their research.

Registrants will receive connection details and additional updates as the webinar draws near. We look forward to having you join us this summer.

There is no cost to attend but registration is required.

Note: A certificate of completion will be provided to attendees. These learning opportunities will be hosted in partnership with the Center for Economic Education at Emporia State University (ESU). For Kansas and Missouri teachers, more depth, and a graduate credit option of 1.0 hour will be available from ESU. Moreover, some scholarship funds may be available to help offset some of the ESU graduate tuition for both Kansas and Missouri K-12 educators.

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Day 1:

Russia-Ukraine War: Global Implications for Energy, Agriculture, and Beyond

  • Central Time

Cortney Cowley
| Speaker Senior Economist, Regional Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
David Rodziewicz
| Speaker Regional Research Senior Economics Specialist, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City