Category:Kyiv National Economic University alumni
Pages in category "Kyiv National Economic University alumni"
The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 29 pages are in this category, out of 29 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Potap – Alexey Andreevich Potapenko better known as Potap is a Ukrainian singer, composer, and producer. He usually sings with Nastya Kamenskih or with Dyadya Vadya and UGO, currently, he is the producer of the Empire Label. Official website of Potap & Nastya, http, //potapinastya. com/ Potap was born into a Ukrainian family and he was formerly part of the hip-hop group Vkhid u Zminnomu Vzutti in 2006. He produced one album entitled Prosto and he also made three video clips to the songs Shtolnya, Prosto and Super, and a soundtrack to the movie Shtolnya. During the time he was in VUZV he sang in Ukrainian, Potap now sings alongside Nastya Kamenskih in Russian, and they have released many hits that are popular in Ukraine and Russia. Their musical duet has been a success since their first song. In 2014, Potap and Kamenskih were criticized in Ukraine for continuing to attend ceremonies in Russia. On this they responded, Its a shame that we have to collect the journalists to tell that we are from Ukraine, in 2016 Potap and Nastya concerts were disrupted in Ukraine in protest of them continuing to tour in Russia. In spring 2016 all concerts in Western Ukraine were banned due to local activists, local governments of all capital cities of Western region decided to ban Potap i Nastya concerts because the majority of citizens was against organised events. The same thing happened in other parts of Ukraine
2. Yuriy Yekhanurov – Yuriy Ivanovych Yekhanurov is a Ukrainian politician who was Prime Minister of Ukraine from 2005 to 2006 and Minister of Defense from 2007 to 2009. Yekhanurov was born in the village Belkachi in the far-north Yakut ASSR and his father, Ivan Mikhailvich Yekhanurov is an ethnic Buryat, while his mother, Galina Ivanovna is an ethnic Ukrainian. In 1955 -1963 Yuriy Yekhanurov attended a school in village Buy, Bichursky District, in 1963 he moved to Kiev, Ukraine, where he has spent most of his life and career. He holds a PhD-equivalent degree in Economics, is married, and has one son, Yekhanurov graduated from the Kiev Construction tekhnikum in 1967, and the Kyiv Institute of National Economy in 1973. He was appointed manager of the Kyivmiskbud-4s Plant of reinforced concrete as his first job in 1974, Yekhanurov quickly rose the ranks, already heading the Stroydetal industrial group from 1985 to 1988. In that year, he was appointed deputy chairman of the Kiev construction directorate, when Ukraine gained independence in 1991, Yekhanurov started working for the Kiev municipal government, overseeing economic reforms. He was appointed Deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine in 1993, Yekhanurov also served for a short time as Minister of Economy in the cabinet of Pavlo Lazarenko in 1997. He was elected member of the Ukrainian parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, when Viktor Yushchenko was appointed as Prime Minister of Ukraine in 1999, Yekhanurov joined his cabinet as First Vice Prime Minister. After the ousting of the government in 2001, Yekhanurov joined Yushchenkos Peoples Union Our Ukraine and was elected again a member of parliament, in June 2002, he was appointed Head of the State Committee for Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship. After the Orange Revolution in 2005, Yekhanurov was appointed Head of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast State Administration on April 1,2005 and he was also elected head of the Central Executive Committee of Peoples Union Our Ukraine party. On September 8,2005 Yekhanurov was appointed Acting Prime Minister by President Viktor Yushchenko and he was succeeded by Victor Yanukovich on August 4,2006. Yekhanurovs candidacy was contested in parliament, most notably by former Prime Minister. His confirmation required two rounds of voting, in the first round on September 20,2005, Yekhanurov was only three short of the 226 needed for approval. On September 22,2005, after negotiations between President Yushchenko and opposition groups, he was approved by 289 deputies out of 339 present, the CPU and SDPU factions abstained from voting. Yekhanurov was widely regarded as an administrator, a caretaker rather than a politician. Yekhanurov government lost a vote of no confidence on January 10,2006, late 2005/January 2006, Russia and Ukraine had a serious dispute over the import of gas. Russia had been charging Ukraine traditionally low prices for gas, after cutting off the flow of gas to Ukraine for several days, a complicated deal was struck on January 4,2006. According to President Yushchenko and Yekhanurov, it was a compromise, nonetheless, the Ukrainian parliament was not happy with the deal, and passed a vote of no-confidence on January 10,2006
3. Vadym Hetman – Vadym Petrovych Hetman was a Ukrainian statesman and banker. He is credited with the creation of the bank of the country. He was assassinated in April 1998 in his home in Kiev, according to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine the crime was paid for by former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko. He was posthumously conferred the title of Hero of Ukraine on July 11,2005, Vadym Petrovych Hetman was born in the village of Snityn, located in Poltava Oblast, in 1935. In 1956, he finished the Kiev Financial-Economic Institute, after which he worked in financial institutions in Zaporizhia Oblast. In 1975, Vadym Hetman was named the first vice-president to the Head of the Government Committee of Pricing of the Ukrainian SSR, in 1987, he became the head of the Agricultural-Industrial Bank of the Ukrainian SSR. On March 24,1992, Vadym Hetman was accepted as the Chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine and he supervised early monetary reforms in newly independent Ukraine through 1993, when he resigned from his position as the head of the supervisory board of the National Bank. However, he maintained ties with his successor, Viktor Yushchenko. Interestingly, Hetmans signature appears on the banknotes of Ukraines national currency, the hryvnia. Hetman was also a member of the Verkhovna Rada from 1990 to 1998 and he went for his second term as deputy in 1994 from the Talne electoral district of Cherkasy Oblast, but as a nonpartisan. He received 50. 97% of the vote in the first round of voting and he ran for his third term in March 1998, but failed to get re-elected, receiving only 21. 85% of the vote,3. 87% below the required percentage to win. His challenging opponent in the election was the first vice-president of the Minister of Information of Ukraine. He is also known to have complained to the then President Leonid Kuchma about voting irregularities within the parliament itself, Hetman was shot by an apparently professional killer in the elevator of his own apartment block in Kiev on April 22,1998. An alleged assassin, a 29-year-old Serhiy Kulev, and member of the Kushner gang from the Donbas, was found in 2002. He was later sentenced to imprisonment without bond in April 2003. The Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine has claimed that the assassination was ordered and paid for by Pavlo Lazarenko, despite the Luhansk City Courts verdict, the case remains far from being certain. In early August 2005, the media reported that the convict filed an appeal to the Supreme Court of Ukraine on grounds that he had forced to make a false confession. His lawyer subsequently made a statement that the case was entirely fabricated
4. Oleksandr Omelchenko – Oleksandr Oleksandrovych Omelchenko became the mayor of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, in 1999. He lost his bid in March 2006. Omelchenko is also a member of the Verkhovna Rada. Omelchenko is the President of both the Association of the Cities of Ukraine and the Ice Hockey Federation of Ukraine, in 2001 Omelchenko bought FC CSKA Kyiv from the Ministry of Defense and transformed it into FC Arsenal Kyiv. During the 1999 Kiev mayoral election, Omelchenko defeated a noted oligarch Hryhoriy Surkis, Omelchenko became the first elected mayor in Ukraines modern history, with a platform highlighting his work in restoring much of Kievs historic buildings and renovating parts of downtown Kiev. Omelchenko was a candidate in the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election, nominated by the Unity Party, Omelchenko was the only candidate for President whose son was a deputy in the Ukrainian parliament. His program included the urgent withdrawal of Ukrainian forces from Iraq, after the Orange Revolution, Omelchenko joined the Peoples Union Our Ukraine party but did not disband his old party. During the 2007 parliamentary elections Omelchenko was elected as an Our Ukraine–Peoples Self-Defense Bloc deputy to the Verkhovna Rada and he was expelled from that fraction in September 2011 because of supporting the Azarov Government. However he voluntary left the faction the next month, Omelchenko son Oleksandr was also a member of the Verkhovna Rada on an Our Ukraine ticket from 2002 till 2007. During the 2008 Kiev local election Omelchenko was again a candidate for the post of Mayor of Kiev but he only gained 2, 53% of the votes this time and his Oleksandr Omelchenko Bloc won only 2, 26% and no seats in the Kiev City Council. During the 2014 Kiev local election Omelchenko was again a candidate for the post of Mayor of Kiev again as a candidate of the Unity Party and he finished 4th in this election with 6. 1% of the votes. Unity won 3. 3% of the votes and 2 seats in the Kiev City Council, Omelchenko did not participate in the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election. Diploma of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, state Prize of Ukraine in the field of architecture. Grand Officer of the Order of Prince Henry Honorary doctorate of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Legal status and local government of Kiev Oleksandr Omelchenko Bloc official website
5. Kyiv National Economic University – The Kyiv National Economic University, named after Vadym Hetman, is a higher educational institution in Kiev, Ukraine, and a self-governing research National University. The university was founded in 1906, the main building is located on Victory Avenue, 54/1. Its estimated quality of education and researches puts the university on the place in National ranking of the universities in Ukraine. According to one of the university rankings in the world. The university has named in honour of Vadym Hetman since 2005. He was a Ukrainian politician and financier, who was killed in 1998, the Kyiv National Economic University is the largest economic educational institution in Ukraine, recognized in our country and the world as a center of training of economists, lawyers, and managers. It is the self-governing research national university, the area of the university is 118,765 m² or 9.4 m² per student. Classroom foundation includes audiences for lectures, rooms for seminars and workshops, computer classes, the total area of fund classroom is 14,332.7 m². The university also has 6709 m² gyms area and own the stadium and 6 hostels, the number of students in Kyiv National Economic University is approximately 15000. EPLO – European Public Law Organization, EFMD – European Foundation for Management Development. BSUN – Black Sea Universities Network, TEMPUS – Trans-European Mobility Programme for University Studies. CES - Council for European Studies at Columbia University, the Ukrainian Bar Association Students League - UBA Students League. Since 1987 to present is the Rector of KNEU, Head of the Department of Marketing, anatolii Nalyvaiko, graduated in 1973 with the specialty “Planning of Industry”. Since 1991 is Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management, Head of the Department of Business Strategies, dmytro Lukyanenko, graduated in 1984 with the specialty “Planning of Industry”. Since 1999 is Dean of the Faculty of International Economics and Management, oleg Mozgovyi, graduated in 1980 with the specialty “Planning of Industry”. Since 2002 is Head of the Department of International Finance, sergii Myshta, graduated in 1982 with the specialty “Planning of Industry”. Candidate of Economic Sciences, Head of Joint-stock Bank “Brokbusinessbank”, leonid Minin, graduated in 1974 with the specialty “Planning of Industry”. In 1992-2003 worked as Deputy of the Minister of Economics and State Secretary of the Ministry of Industrial Policy of Ukraine, vasyl Gureiev, graduated in 1982 with the specialty “Planning of Industry”
6. Alexander Dovzhenko – Alexander Petrovich Dovzhenko or Oleksandr Petrovych Dovzhenko, was a Soviet screenwriter, film producer and director of Ukrainian origin. He is often cited as one of the most important early Soviet filmmakers, alongside Sergei Eisenstein, Dziga Vertov, Alexander Dovzhenko was born in the hamlet of Viunyshche located in Chernigov Governorate, Russian Empire, to Petro Semenovych Dovzhenko and Odarka Yermolayivna Dovzhenko. His paternal ancestors were Ukrainian Cossacks who settled in Sosnytsia in the eighteenth century, Alexander was the seventh of fourteen children, but due to the horrific rate of child loss he became the oldest child by the time he turned eleven. Although his parents were uneducated, Dovzhenkos semi-literate grandfather encouraged him to study and he escaped military service during World War I because of a heart condition, but during the Soviet-Ukrainian War he served a year in the Red Army. In 1919 in Zhytomyr he was taken prisoner and sent to a concentration camp, in 1920 Dovzhenko joined the Borotbist party. He served as an assistant to the Ambassador in Warsaw as well as Berlin, upon his return to USSR in 1923, he began illustrating books and drawing cartoons in Kharkiv. Dovzhenko turned to film in 1926 when he landed in Odessa and his ambitious drive led to the production of his second-ever screenplay, Vasya the Reformer. He gained greater success with Zvenyhora in 1928 which established him as a filmmaker of his era. His following Ukraine Trilogy, although underappreciated by some contemporary Soviet critics, is his most well-known work in the West, for his film Shchors, Dovzhenko was awarded the Stalin Prize, eight years later, in 1949, he was awarded another Stalin Prize for his film Michurin. After spending several years writing, co-writing and producing films at Mosfilm Studios in Moscow, over a 20-year career, Dovzhenko personally directed only 7 films. He was a mentor to the young Soviet filmmakers Larisa Shepitko, Dovzhenko died of a heart attack on November 25,1956 in his dacha in Peredelkino. His wife, Yulia Solntseva, continued his legacy by producing films of her own, the Dovzhenko Film Studios in Kiev were named after him in his honour following his death. Alexandr Dovzhenko, The Poet as Filmmaker, MIT Press, in the Service of the State, The Cinema of Alexandr Dovzhenko, University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN 0-299-10680-2 Liber, George O. Alexander Dovzhenko, A Life in Soviet Film, preface to Special Issue, The Cinema of Alexander Dovzhenko. Perez, Gilberto Material Ghost, Films and Their Medium, Johns Hopkins University Press, ISBN 0-8018-6523-9 Abramiuk, Larissa The Ukrainian Baroque in Oleksandr Dovzhenkos Cinematic Art, The Ohio State University