Lyudmyla Tautiyeva

Lyudmyla Tautiyeva has provided policy advice on innovation policy and innovative entrepreneurship for over 5 years within the OECD and the UN Economic Commission for Europe. Lyudmyla’s expertise spans the assessment of national innovation systems, including the analysis of innovation policy design, implementation and monitoring, policy governance, research infrastructure, and harnessing innovative entrepreneurship. Lyudmyla’s work focused on the transformation of innovation systems in Moldova, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan, drawing on policy practices and learning from the EU and beyond. Lyudmyla has also organised and co-animated trainings for policymakers, managers of business incubators and accelerators building their capabilities in nurturing innovative start-ups and high-growth firms. Through her work at international organisations and in close cooperation with academia, the private sector, and the government, Lyudmyla developed a comprehensive understanding of gaps and opportunities for innovation policy to drive the sustainable transformation of our economies and societies.

Lyudmyla holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Cambridge, UK and a Master’s degree in Political and Social Sciences from Paris II Panthéon-Assas University, France. She is passionate about innovating the public sector to tackle complex sustainable development challenges, effective means for citizen participation in policy processes, and crisis innovation. Based in Paris, Lyudmyla collaborates extensively across Europe, engaging with institutions such as the Curiosity Incubator at Jesus College, Cambridge, UK, and contributing to EU projects in Ukraine focused on sustainable reconstruction. A native of Ukraine, she is fluent in English, French, Russian, and Ukrainian.

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