Encyclopedic juridical studies centre
Centre activity main results
- “Juridical dictionary–directory”, 1996;
- “Small encyclopedia of state and ethnography sciences”, 1996;
- “Political encyclopedic dictionary”, 1997;
- “Modern migration processes: global, regional and national dimensions”, 1998;
- “Juridical encyclopedia”, 1998-2004;
- “Political encyclopedic dictionary”, 2004;
- “European integration of Ukraine: political and legal issues”, 2005;
- “Ukraine innovation development: political and legal aspects”, 2006;
- “The big encyclopedic juridical dictionary”, 2007.
Members of the Centre
Gorbatenko Volodymyr - Deputy Director of Koretsky Institute of state and law of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Head of the Centre, Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor, Academician of Ukraine Academy of political sciences, academician of Academy of sciences of high school of Ukraine. Thesis to obtain the scientific degree of Candidate of Political Science “Local self-government in Ukraine: political analysis of conceptions of the past and the present day” (1995), thesis to obtain Scientific Degree of Doctor of Political Sciences “Modernization of Ukrainian society in context of modern civilization processes” (1999).
State government and local self-government development problems, political modernization, political forecasting, history of political and legal studies, civil education, philosophy of law issues are the spheres of scientific interests.
Kas’yanenko Yurii – researcher.
Kukuruz Oksana - junior researcher, Candidate of Political Science, thesis to obtain the scientific degree of Candidate of Political Science “Political opposition in Ukraine and Republic of Poland in context of democratic transformation: A comparative analysis”.
Sergienko Ganna – researcher, Candidate of Science (Law), thesis to obtain the scientific degree of Candidate of Science (Law) “The role of constitutional and legal regulations in the relations to state and religious organizations for purpose to guarantee freedom of belief in the Ukraine”.
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