Central Europe Tiptoes Into the New World After Coronavirus
What’s in store for Central European economies beyond managing the pandemic, and when/how will their economies bounce back? Continue Reading
Sona Muzikarova is a political economist focused on Central and Eastern Europe, nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council and policy consultant. Her prior roles have spanned international teams at the European Central Bank (2012-2016) and the OECD where she led the expert substance of Slovakia’s chairmanship in 2019. She also held senior policy roles in the public and third sectors. Besides being a top researcher, Sona is a passionate writer and speaker. She has published in places like Project Syndicate, Politico Europe and Al Jazeera English. Sona also regularly appears on air to comment on world affairs.
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