University of Nottingham Malaysia
School of
Politics, History and International Relations

Work Specifics of IR Professionals in Business

3rd November 2022
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School of Politics, History and International Relations Guest Lecture: Work Specifics of IR Professionals in Business

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Dr Liubov Yaroshenko will speak from her extensive experience as an IR professional in various companies and business sectors. Her experience in analysing and forecasting risks for Russian companies with vast operation abroad and for international companies operating in Russia is of particular interest to the IR students, but also to a wider scope of professionals interested in how big business operates in changing international environment.


Date: 3 November 2022, Thursday 
Time: 17:30 to 19:00 (GMT +8)
Location: Webinar via MS Teams  

About the speaker: 
Liubov Yaroshenko is an Associate Director at the Department for International Cooperation at En+ Group. She is responsible for assessing geopolitical and geoeconomic risks for company’s operations in North America & Europe. Her area of expertise covers promoting company’s agenda in climate change and sustainability field at various international business clubs such as BIAC at OECD, B20, Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition and at multiple international forums such UN Climate Conferences, UN High -Level Forums for Sustainable Development. Previously, she provided analytical support for reinstating a Russian air cargo company at the UN Secretariat Registered Vendors List.

At the early stage of her career, she was the head of the Background Check Group at Deloitte. 
Ms. Yaroshenko holds PhD in political science. She received her MA in political science at Central European University (Hungary). 

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