Zuzana Novakova is a PhD researcher working on the patterns of transformations in the political economy of Ukraine and the role of the European Union as the biggest aid donor.
Her research areas are critical political economy, regime change and democratization; her thematic interests include crises & policy-making, social content of European integration, EU foreign policy and development cooperation.
Z. Novakova (2016). Consolidation and contestation of regime characteristics in Ukraine’s recent history. Political Development between Competing Empires: Ukraine, Belarus and Georgia in Search of Sustainable Political and Economic Orders: Kiev (2016, december 2 - 2016, december 3).
Z. Novakova, M. Khylko, G. Mesežnikov, D. Szeligowski, G. Jasutis & O. Tytarchuk (2016). EU‘s Global Strategy for Foreign and Security Policy: Implications for Eastern European Security.
Z. Novakova (2012). Rovnaká požiadavka, rozdielny kontext? [Same quest, different context? On transfer of experience from Eastern Europe to the transitioning countries in the MENA region.]. Awarded by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovak republic and Pontis foundation: Slovakia. Wetenschappelijk.
Z. Novakova & R. Petrov (2017). The EU and Conflict Mitigation in the European Neighborhood: A Story of a Gap Between Ambition and Deeds. (Preprints). : Kyiv-Mohyla Law and Politics Journal doi: 10.18523/kmlpj88172.2016-2.1-12