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How do Ukrainians make decisions at war time? What makes people more likely to evacuate a dangerous zone? What is the state of Ukrainian businesses and how do they rate their prospects of revovery? This podcast episode introduces Anastasiya Shurenkova and Natalia Zaika, two of the fellows from the Ukraine Research Network@ZOiS. In a conversation with Stefanie Orphal (ZOiS), they discuss their research on war related issues, how research could help adjusting policies and the question of the return of refugees to Ukraine. While they explain their methods and share preliminary results, they also talk about the way the war is affecting their daily work as researchers.
Anastasiya Shurenkova (Info Sapiens): https://www.zois-berlin.de/en/about-us/staff/anastasiya-shurenkova
Natalia Zaika (American University Kyiv): https://www.zois-berlin.de/ueber-uns/mitarbeiterinnen/natalia-zaika
Stefanie Orphal (ZOiS): https://www.zois-berlin.de/en/about-us/staff/dr-stefanie-orphal
Find out more about the Ukraine Research Network@ZOiS (UNET): https://www.zois-berlin.de/en/research/externally-funded-projects/unet
Monika Pompeo, Volodymyr Vakhitov, Natalia Zaika: Nudging Civilians to Evacuate War Zones, https://voxukraine.org/en/nudging-civilians-to-evacuate-war-zones
Event revording, Evacuation Alerts: Behavioural Insights from Ukraine, https://www.zois-berlin.de/en/media-library/event-recordings/evacuation-alerts-behavioural-insights-from-ukraine
The Ukraine Research Network@ZOiS is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
1. Introducing UNET fellows (00:00:00)
2. Ukrainian Businesses: situation and prospects (00:05:29)
3. A behavioural studies perspective on war related decisions (00:08:59)
4. Ukrainian refugees and the question of return (00:21:45)
5. How the war is affecting research - and researchers (00:32:30)