Anastasiia O. Lutsenko, MiM, M.Phil

Doctoral Student

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

+49 89 24246-0

Areas of Interest:

Innovation Systems, Regional Development, Regional Resilience, Science of Science

Academic Résumé

Since 10/2022
Doctoral Student
Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research)

04/2022 — 06/2022
Higher Education Teaching Certificate Course
Harvard Derek Bok Centre, Harvard University

03 – 09/2022
Scholarship holder
Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition

05/2021 — 11/2021
Becoming an Education-Focused Professor Course
The British Academy Of Management, London, United Kingdom

IMTA International Management Teachers Academy: Challenges and Paradoxes of Leading Change
CEEMAN, Bled Business School, Slovenia

08/2017, 08/2022
GESIS Summer School in Survey Methodology
Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Cologne, Germany

09/2015 — 09/2018
CINet PhD Workshops
Continuous Innovation Network, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands

09/2013 — 09/2016
Master of Philosophy in Business Research (Master-in-Passing, PhD track)
Monarch Business School, Zug, Switzerland

09/2010 – 09/2011
Master of Management
National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine

09/2005 – 09/2010
Bachelor of Management
National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine

Work Experience

Since 09/2017
Scientific Coordinator and Project Lead
Kyiv Academic University, Ukraine – Academ.City Innovation Park development project (Academ.City)

11/2019 — 03/2021
Regional Expert on Innovation Ecosystems
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany – Academ.City Innovation Park Development Project, Kyiv, Ukraine

05/2020 — 09/2020
Member of the Working Group on the Law on “Innovation Development” at The Ukrainian Parliament, Kyiv, Ukraine

09/2016 — 01/2020
Professor of Innovation Management
Monarch Business School, Switzerland

01/2017 — 04/2017
International Visiting Research Trainee
School of Administrative Studies, York University, Canada

09/2016 — 06/2017
Project Management and Reporting Specialist
The Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Centre (CRECP), United Nations Industrial Development Organization, UNIDO, Kyiv, Ukraine

09/2016 — 09/2019
Junior Member of the Academic Council
Monarch Business School, Switzerland

01/2014 — 11/2019
Administrative Coordinator (Student Development Stream)
Monarch Business School Switzerland, Switzerland

09/2014 — 09/2018
Scientific Editor
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Humboldt Club Ukraine), Kyiv, Ukraine

02/2011 — 05/2015
Executive Project Manager, The International Relations Department
Institute for Publishing and Printing, NTUU “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine

09/2010 — 09/2011
Assistant to the Professor of Marketing Management
Institute for Publishing and Printing, NTUU “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine

Honors, Scholarships, Academic Prizes

04/2022 — 09/2022
Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition

Academic Support Award
Monarch Business School, Zug, Switzerland

09/2013 — 09/2019
Dean’s Scholarship
Monarch Business School, Zug, Switzerland

Outstanding Student Leadership Award by ACBSP,
Monarch Business School, Rapperswil, Switzerland

The Marketing Trust Bursary
Newcastle, United Kingdom

The Marketing Trust Bursary
Limerick, Ireland

Outstanding Student Leadership Award
Monarch Business School, Zug, Switzerland

Erasmus Mundus MSPME Consortium Scholarship, UK

09/2005 — 06/2009
The Ukrainian State Scholarship
NTUU “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine


Articles in Refereed Journals

Lutsenko, Anastasiia (2024). Threats to Science in Ukraine, Skeptical Inquirer 2024.

Edited Books, Collected Editions

Antonyuk, O.V.; Lutsenko, Anastasiia (eds.) (2023). Інноваційна екосистема України: огляд сучасності. Kyiv: DNU "Institute of Mathematics NAS of Ukraine".

    Valsiner, Jaan; Lutsenko, Anastasiia; Antoniouk, Alexandra (2018). Sustainable Futures for Higher Education - The Making of Knowledge Makers (Cultural Psychology of Education (CEPD), Volume 7), Springer: Berlin; Heidelberg 2018, XV + 185. DOI

      Contributions to Collected Editions

      Lutsenko, Anastasiia (ed.) (2023). Entrepreneurial Orientation: Review and the Case of Ukraine. [in Ukrainian: Підприємницька орієнтація: огляд питання та українські реалії], in: Innovation Ecosystem of Ukraine: Review of the Current State [in Ukrainian: Інноваційна екосистема України: огляд сучасності], Kiyv: DNU "Institute of Mathematics NAS of Ukraine.

        Kim, Daria; Lutsenko, Anastasiia (2023). Тowards a Greater Role of Technology Transfer in Rebuilding Ukraine: General overview, in: В.В. Поєдинок (ed.), Другі наукові читання пам’яті професора Пронської Граціелли Василівни. Економіка війни та повоєнний економічний розвиток України: проблеми, пріоритети, завдання правового регулювання, 17-20. Київ: Видавництво Ліра-К.

          Further Publications, Press Articles, Interviews

          Kitzmann, Robert; Neumann, Helge; Kalle, Paul E.; Lutsenko, Anastasiia; Antoniouk, Alexandra; Kulke, Elmar (2022). Forschung trifft Entrepreneurship: Eine quantitative Analyse der Machbarkeit für den Wissenschafts- und Technologiepark Academ.City in Kiew, Ukraine (Arbeitsberichte - Geographisches Institut, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin: Heft 203). Berlin: Geographisches Institut, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

          Discussion Papers

          Lutsenko, Anastasiia; Harashchenko, Nataliia; Hladchenko, Lidiia; Korytnikova, Nadezhda; Moskotina, Ruslana; Pravdyva, Oleksandra (2023). The Results of The Survey on The Needs of Ukrainian Scientists (First Wave Report), Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper, No. 23-03.

          • This research has been conducted in response to the urgent need to identify the main issues the researchers are facing during the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation to Ukraine. In this report, the results of the first wave of data collection within the UAScience.Reload initiatives are outlined. This survey was conducted in April 2022. The invitations to participate were distributed: by the press centre of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, via the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine network, and to the work addresses of the researchers and pedagogical workers. Overall, 2173 responses were received and analyzed. Based on these results, this present report has been developed.
          • Available at SSRN

          Lutsenko, Anastasiia; Goldin, P.; Zhukova, O. (2023). State and Prospects of Preserving the Scientific System of Ukraine in the Conditions of Russian Aggression. Science at Risk Project White Paper. (Sponsored by Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, US).