Inna Golodniuk is an Economist at the CASE Ukraine.
She specializes in the economics of money and banking, financial markets and their influence on macroeconomic situation, tax reform in Ukraine. Before joining CASE Ukraine (2001) she worked for Harvard Institute of International Development project on the issues of financial policy and banking reform in Ukraine, and coordinated Harvard's technical assistance to the Ukrainian Ministry of Economy.
Inna Golodniuk received her M.A. degrees in Economics from Simon Fraser University (Canada) and Kyiv-Mohyla Academy's EERC Program and a Specialist degree in Physics from Chernivtsi National University. She speaks fluent English, Ukrainian and Russian and has a basic knowledge of German.