Olga Hrynkiv

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I am a postdoctoral researcher at TILT and TILEC.

I specialize in international economic law with a specific focus on export controls, foreign investments, and legal aspects of energy transition.

My PhD research has examined the role of national security exceptions under international economic agreements and touched upon the questions of energy security and cybersecurity, sanctions, and investment protection of critical infrastructure in the EU, the US, and BRICS countries. My current research explores the interaction between changing digital and energy markets and international economic law. I focus on three major areas: the protection of critical infrastructure in the interests of national security, the regulation of advanced technologies, and the implications of digitalization in the energy sector for the market and consumers. I am particularly interested in the questions related to foreign direct investment into renewable technologies, squaring energy security with sustainable development, and the interaction between European and national energy transition policies and international trade law.

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