Iuliia Shkrabaliuk graduated from the Institute of International Relations of the Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv in Ukraine with MSc summa cum laude in International Business and minor in Translation Studies. After she completed her doctoral degree with international economics focus in 2014, she continued working as a research fellow and assistant professor in her alma mater at the Chair of International Finance and Chair of International Economics and Marketing. Since May 2019, jointly with ifm researchers she investigated incentives and institutional voids as facilitators or prohibitive factors of knowledge exchange and technology transfer both at national and regional level in the post-socialist countries, compared to Germany.
A grant of the VolkswagenStiftung led her to the University of Mannheim for the research project ‘Institutions, Networks, Knowledge Transfer, and Innovations: A Comparison of the Development of the Green Economy in Ukraine, Russia, and Germany’ (2020-2022). It purposes to explore institutional and structural embedding of innovations, underpinning institutions and interorganizational networks in the selected industries of Green Economy in Ukraine and Germany, along with their differential impact on knowledge sharing and innovation generation. Whereas contributing to the literature that links institutions, innovations, and networks of organisations, the project aims to explain, inter alia, how institutions and networks interact in various institutional settings, specific to the contexts of emerging industries and post-socialist economies.
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