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Faculty Members

Nina Yuryevna Belyaeva

Department Head

PhD in legal science, professor, Head of Public Policy Department HSE, Academic Supervisor of Political Analysis and Public Policy Master’s Programme.
 

Scope of Interests : State and civil society. Regulatory governance. Innovation Policy, knowledge –based governance. Institutes of civil participation, different publics as policy actors. Global Governance and Global Participation. Citizenship and identity, global citizenship. NPOs, NGOs, social movements and civil associations.PhD in legal science, professor, Head of Public Policy Department, Academic Supervisor of Political Analysis and Public Policy Master’s ProgrammeScope of Interests : State and civil society. Regulatory governance. Innovation Policy, knowledge –based governance. Institutes of civil participation, different publics as policy actors. Global Governance and Global Participation. Citizenship and identity, global citizenship. NPOs, NGOs, social movements and civil associations.
Other Achievements : Expert Panel Member of OSCE/ODIHR “On the Freedom of Peaceful Assembly”, 2006 – now. Co-Author of the Guidelines on Freedom of Assembly adopted by OSCE and endorsed by the Venice Commission·    Expert of Council of Human Rights for the President of Russia, 2012·        Head of Working Group of Experts of the State Duma of Russia on preparation of the Concept and the text of the bill On public associations of Russia (adopted in 1999)·        IPSA member since 1995, RC30 - Comparative Public Policy, RC32 - Public Policy and Administration·        ECPR, Official Representative for National Research University Higher School of Economics, Member of Standing Group on Regulatory Governance·        Russian Association of Political Science - Member of Governing Board, Chair of Research Committee on Public Policy & Governance·       
Visiting Professor: Colorado College, 1990, 1992, 1994-1995, 1998; Moscow State University Law School, 1994, 1995; Georgetown University, 1993; Salzburg University Law School, 1993; Johns Hopkins University, 1992; Cape Town University, 2005; UNIBO, 2009-2012; University of Sarajevo (ERMA), 2009-2012Research Fellow: Senior Research Fellow in Residence, United States Institute of Peace, 1993; Visiting Fellow, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1992; Visiting Fellow, UNIBO, 2009-2011



Doctor of Sciences in Political Institutes, Processes and Technologies, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of Center for comparative socio-economic studies, Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences

Scope of Interests : Identity and development. Ethnicity and identity politics. Nation-building in a globalizing world: actors, mechanisms, agendas. Memory politics in contemporary Europe. Corporate citizenship: the current agenda.

Other Achievements : 2013 - Member of the Editorial Council,”Человек. Сообщество. Управление”;   2008 - Member of the Editorial Board,”Полис. Политические исследования”; Member of Russian Political Science Association scientific council.
More than 40 publicationscareer Irina Semenenko works in number of Russian and foreign universities and think tanks, such as: MGIMO, Warwick University, IMEMO, Higher School of Economics. Irina Semenenko is scientific supervisor of expert network on identity and coordinator of research committee on identity at Russian Political Science Association, member of the editorial council in Russian scientific journals:  Полис. Политические исследования and Человек. Сообщество. Управление. Also she is a member of Russian Political Science Association governing council and member of expert council of Russian scientific foundation. Her scientific interests connected with issues of identity conceptualization as a resource for social development; methodology of the analysis of current political and socio-cultural changes; trends in the socio-cultural dynamics of Russia in the twentieth century - beginning of the XXI century; social and political development of modern Italy; interest groups as subjects of public policy (EU and Russia), ethno-national relations and regulation of ethno-political conflicts.

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Victor Attila Albert

Associate Professor

 PhD in Anthropology, La Trobe University (2013), Associate Professor, Public Policy Department

      
Scope of Interests : Case or comparative studies of participatory governance/participatory democracy. Social and protest movements. Environmental governance. Environmental justice. Environmental policies. Environmental inequity. Environmental citizenship. Regulatory governance. Also general interests in depoliticisation/democratization and qualitative approaches to public policy.
Other Achievements
  Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Centro de Estudos da Metrópole (CEM), University of São Paulo (2015-2016)
  Research Fellow at RMIT University (2013-2015)
 Tutor and Guest Lecturer, Anthropology at University of Melbourne (2012)
 Professional memberships: Society for Latin American Studies, UK Australasian Association for Iberian and Latin American Studies (AILASA) Latin American Studies Association, USA


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