Ivana Gaskova

Research Associate

Since March 2013, Ms. Ivana GASKOVA has been Research Associate and Project Manager at gLAWcal - Global Law Initiative for Sustainable Development. Previously, she worked as foreign expert at China Radio International (中国国际广播电台), Beijing, China, for 5 years from 2007 to 2012. She was also Research Fellow at Piemonte Orientale Amedeo Avogadro), Novara, Italy, and at University Institute for European Studies – IUSE (Istituto Universitario di Studi Europei), Turin, Italy, within EU Commission funded research projects on sustainable development, climate change, energy, environmental protection, and public health. Since March 2013, she has been EU Commission Marie Curie Fellow at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, and at Peking University, School of Government, Center for European Studies, Beijing, China. She obtained her bachelor degree cum laude in Political Science and Master Degree in Political Science and International Relations. Her main research areas of interest are public health, health insurance, social security, social and environmental impact of climate change, energy security and sustainable development. Her publications have appeared, among others, (http://www.mitpressjournals.org/loi/jcws) published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Press for the Harvard University Project on Cold War Studies. Czech native speaker, fluent in English and Slovak, she has good knowledge of Italian, German and Spanish.

Governing the Transboundary Risks of Offshore Methane Hydrate Exploration in the Seabed and Ocean Floor—an Analysis on International Provisions and Chinese Law

Yan, Dong, Paolo Davide Farah, Tivadar Ötvös, and Ivana Gaskova. “Governing the Transboundary Risks of Offshore Methane Hydrate Exploration in the Seabed and Ocean Floor—an Analysis on International Provisions and Chinese Law.” The Journal of World Energy Law & Business, 2020.
  • Sustainable Development
  • Public Health
  • Health Insurance
  • Social Security
  • Social and Environmental Impact of Climate Change
  • Energy Security