Marina Rudyak, M.A.
Tel.: (+49-6221) 54 76 35
Marina Rudyak holds an M.A. in Modern and Classical Chinese Studies and Public Law from the University of Heidelberg. After graduating in 2009 with a thesis on the People’s Republic of China’s energy security policy in Central Asia she worked in the Beijing office of the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), where she managed programmes on sustainable economic development and regional economic integration. In April 2014, she re-joined the Institute of Chinese studies as an assistant to pursue her PhD on Chinese foreign aid and China’s role in the international development architecture.
- Chinese foreign aid
- New donors, South-South Cooperation
- Chinese economic and structural reforms
- Chinese identity in international relations
- Regional Economic Cooperation and Integration between China and Asia
- China-ASEAN relations