A leading research and analytical center in Central Asia serving as an expert platform for the development and implementation of legal and economic policies.
Our mission is to carry out research and provide expertise in the field of legal and economic policies and implementation in the context of global challenges and international standards in partnership with state bodies, civil society, national and international stakeholders.
- Conducting conceptual studies in the field of economics and law
- Providing expert support for the development of legal and economic policies based on best practices and international standards
- Fostering effective partnerships with the world’s leading think tanks, national and international stakeholders
- Developing and conducting fundamental, exploratory and applied research
- Providing expert academic and research support to the structural units of Narxoz University
- Conducting research of national and international practice in the field of legal and economic policy and implementation
- Implementing of academic projects and the development of legal and economic policies based on best practices and international standards
- Disseminating the Center’s research and analysis outputs
- Organizing and participating in academic and applied research conferences, congresses, seminars, round tables in Kazakhstan and abroad
- Engaging teaching, academic and other staff, as well as students of Narxoz University in research and expert analysis work of the Center
- Implementing the outcomes of the Center’s work in the educational process and promoting the practical application of these results
- Participation in the development and implementation of educational courses relevant to the Center’s profile
- Participation in a global research and expert network, developing and strengthening international relations in the field of the Center’s work
- Networking and establishing constructive dialogue between government bodies, academia, civil society and business
The Center has been established in response to the need to enhance international relations of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of science, economics and law; to build the academic capacity of the faculty of the School of Law and Public Policy; to develop solutions of diverse economic and legal problems within interstate associations, in which the Republic of Kazakhstan is an active participant; and to conduct joint academic and economic projects with academics and research entities on the international level.
|№||Type of research work||Description|| |
|1||Implementation of state-funded research||Six project applications submitted for the Ministry of Education 2018-2020 funding programme||Results to be announced in December 2019|
|2||Initiative-based exploratory research||Submitted application for the U.S. Embassy Small Grants for Media Development|
|Results to be announced in November 2019|
|3||Articles in peer-reviewed publications (Web of Science, Scopus)||Publication of articles in SCOPUS indexed journals|
|4 articles||September 2019 – June 2020|
|4||Publications in journals, included in the Committee’s database||Publication of articles in the journals included in the database of the Regulatory Committee for Education and Science||12 articles||September 2019 – June 2020|
|5||Participation in international conferences||Participation in international academic and applied research conferences||4 conference papers||September 2019 – June 2020|
International Association of Law Schools (IALS)
International Law Firm INTEGRITES
|1||Organization and participation in academic conferences||Organizing and conducting an academic conference “Modernization of Kazakhstan’s Legal System in the Light of Breakthrough Projects of the Eurasian Union” at the School of Law and Public Policy||International conference||April 2020|
|2||Organization and participation in roundtables||Organizing and conducting a roundtable “Challenges in the Protection of Human Rights in Kazakhstan”||Roundtable||December 2019|
|Organizing and conducting a roundtable “Introducing the Elements of Anglo-Saxon Legal System in Kazakhstan’s Legal System”||Roundtable||February 2020|
The Center’s research outputs will be published in the journals indexed in SCOPUS, recommended by the Regulatory Committee for Education and Science of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in the proceedings of international academic conferences, monographs and collective papers, etc.
Shenin Andrei Sergeevich
Ph.D. in World History, Director of the Eurasian Center for Economic and Legal Research.
Research Interests: U.S. foreign policy, U.S. – Kazakhstan relations. decision-making process, Central Asian Affairs.
Andrei Shenin is an expert in international affairs with a focus on forming and implementation of U.S. foreign policy. During his academic career, he worked as a researcher in Russia, United States and Kazakhstan. Spent three years as a visiting professor at L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University.
Also, he is an author of two monographs on U.S. foreign policy, and more than 25 scholarly articles published in Russia, United States, Europe, Kazakhstan and India.
PhD in Law, Senior Researcher at the Eurasian Center for Economic and Legal Research.
Research interests: current issues related to state and law, legal education, migration law, human rights, civil society
Member of the editorial board of scientific publications: International Journal of Law and Society (New York, USA); Legal science (Moscow, Russian Federation); Economy. Control. Law (Moscow, Russian Federation); Moscow Scientific Review (Moscow, Russian Federation).
Laureate of the State Scientific Scholarship for talented young scientists (Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, 2006), Best University Teacher (Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan), Medal “For Professionalism” (For scientific developments in the humanities) (Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan).
She is the author of more than 200 scientific works, including 4 monographs, 20 textbooks recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as publications reviewed by Scopus, Web of Science – 3; methodological publications – more than 20.
Hirsch Index – 1
Has 6 authorship certificates
Expert of the National Center for Test Examination of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Expert of the National Center for State Scientific and Technical Expertise
Member of the scientific and expert group of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan
Member of the Chamber of Legal Advisers “Professional Lawyers of Kazakhstan”
Contact details: office 438, e-mail: email@example.com
Ph.D. (Law), Senior Researcher, Eurasian Center for Economic and Legal Research, Narxoz University (Almaty, Kazakhstan).
Area of research: Human Rights; Higher Education; Philosophy of Law; International Legal Aspects of Sustainable Development.
He is an expert at Penal Reform International (PRI offices in Central Asia, Astana); Council for the Protection of Entrepreneurs’ Rights and Anti-Corruption of the Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Almaty (NCE Atameken); Independent Agency for Accreditation and Rating (IAAR, Astana). Co-founder of the Kazakhstan Association of International Law. He is the author of more than 70 publications, including a monograph and two textbooks.
Contact details: office 438, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Development Advisor, Eurasian Center for Economic and Legal Research of Narxoz University (Kazakhstan).
As an academic and practitioner, she has worked on a variety of human rights issues with particular focus on equality and discrimination. She has been a speaker at high-level international fora organized by the OSCE ODIHR, the European Commission, the Council of Europe, the UNODC.
She has done research and advocacy work in the areas of combating discrimination and hate crime, policing methods and migration policies. As advocacy officer and educational expert, she has developed and published guidelines and training programs for national authorities, local government representatives and communities. Olena holds an MA in Human Rights from the Central European University.
Areas of interest: Human Rights, Equality and Non-Discrimination, Hate Crimes, Advocacy, International Humanitarian Law.
Contact details: tel. +7 707 946 7670, office 438
Licentiate in Law, Masters in Economical Law, LL.M.
Senior Lecturer, The School of Law and Public Policy
Researcher, The Eurasian Center for Economic and Law Research
Roman Crilov is a graduate from The Pennsylvania State University’s Penn State Law. Having secured a top merit-based scholarship due to his expertise in Moldovan jurisprudence, Mr. Crilov has vast scholarly experience in international and corporate laws. Mr. Crilov’s interest lies in the field of legal research and student erudition.