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Maryna Rabinovych

Ph.D., University of Hamburg, KSE Assistant Professor

Biography

Maryna Rabinovych is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Policy and Governance at the KSE.

She obtained the PhD in European Legal Studies (magna cum laude) from the University of Hamburg, an LL.M “European and European Legal Studies” (University of Hamburg and Europa-Kolleg Hamburg) and an LL.M from Odesa National University.

Maryna held visiting research fellowships at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the University of Vienna, the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the University of Adger (Norway). In the past, Maryna was an expert under the framework of the German Government-funded “Migration for Development” and the EU-funded “Association4U” project, directed towards supporting the implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.

Maryna’s research interests encompass international and EU development policy with a focus on political development and fundamental values (rule of law, democracy, good governance), international and EU trade policy, EU external relations and their legal regulation, as well as the actual issues pertaining to Ukrainian politics and law, such as the reform of decentralization and conflict settlement. She publishes her works in international peer-reviewed journals (e.g. East European Politics, Brill Open Law, Journal of Contemporary European Research). The edited volume “Regional Diversity, Decentralization, and Conflict. The Case of Ukraine”, co-edited by her, will be published with the British editing house Palgrave McMillan in 2020.

 

International Peer-Reviewed Journals

Rabinovych, M. (2020). The Legal Status and Effects of the Agenda 2030 in the EU Legal Order. Journal of Common European Research 16(2): 182-199

Rabinovych, M. (2020). Where Economic Development Meets the Rule of Law? Promoting Sustainable Development Goals through the European Neighbourhood Policy. Brill Open Law 2(1): 140-174

Rabinovych, M. (2019). EU’s Development Policy vis-à-vis Ukraine after the Euromaidan: Securitization, State-Building and Integration. East European Politics 35(3): 332-350

Rabinovych, M., Novakova, Z. (2019). “Paradigmatic Change” with Much Continuity? EU’s Approach to Values in External Policies in the Age of Contestation. Global Affairs 5(1): 73-79