Nataliya Stupak worked as a Researcher at Ecologic Institute from September 2008 to May 2010 working in the field of environmental and resource economics and institutional analysis of sustainability problems, with a particular focus on soil conservation. Nataliya Stupak is a native speaker of Ukrainian and Russian; she works fluently in English and German, and possesses good knowledge of French.
Nataliya Stupak is a PhD student at the Division of Resource Economics, Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germnay). The topic of her dissertation is “Institutional analysis of black earth soil degradation and conservation in the Ukraine”.
Nataliya Stupak earned her Bachelor’s in Agricultural Economics. From 2004 to 2006, she completed her International Master’s degree in Rural Development, at the Humboldt-University Berlin (Germany), Ghent University (Belgium), Pisa University (Italy), and Agrocampus Rennes (France). Her Masters studies covered a range of fields, with a particular focus on institutional and environmental economics. Nataliya was awarded her Master’s degree with great distinction, having written her final thesis on institutional analysis of land reform in the Ukraine.