Candidate of Political Sciences (PhD), Associate Professor.
She graduated with honors from the Belarusian State University in 2003. She took a post-graduate course in Political Science (2003 – 2006), was awarded PhD (Candidate of Sciences) in Political Sciences for the thesis « Formation and Implementation of Public Policy of the Republic of Belarus in the sphere of Informatization » in 2007. Since 2006 she has been working at the Department of Political Science of the Law Faculty.
Course taught: Political Science, Digital Transformation Policy (author's course).
Research interests include: political analysis, political processes, institutions and technologies, digital transformation and informatization policy, digital economy, Information Law, information security. She has authored over 90 publications, namely, research papers, training manuals and monograph.
The most notable publications:
1.On a Way to an Information Society: the Public Policy of Informatization in the Republic of Belarus. – Minsk, 2010.
The monograph is dedicated to the peculiarities of the formation and implementation process of the public policy of informatization in the Republic of Belarus under the information society development. The author's algorithm of the applied procedure of political analysis is proposed. The internal institutional structure, the dynamics of the process, potential prospects and ways of improving of the public policy of informatization in the Republic of Belarus are represented. It is addressed to employees of the state institutions specializing in political, legal and information-analytical maintenance of the administrative decisions, public policy makers and journalists, and also academics, professors, post-graduate students and undergraduate students.
2.Political And Administrative Aspects Of The Process Of Digital Transformation In The Republic Of Belarus. – Minsk, 2017.
The article reveals the essence of the foresight metaphor of digital transformation of Industry 4.0 in the context of the Belarusian political and administrative realities.
3. Digital transformation of Government Relations technologies in the Republic of Belarus. – Minsk, 2018.
The purpose of this work is to identify the peculiarities of digital transformation of Government Relations technologies in the national segment of the Internet. In the main part the various theoretical and methodological approaches to the interpretation of digital technologies are represented and also their Government Relations potential for the Republic of Belarus in conditions of digital transformation is revealed. In the conclusion, it is noted that Belarus is at the initial stage of development of digital Government Relations technologies. The problems of creating a single online platform on petitions and an official virtual platform for public discussion and regulatory impact assessment of the drafts of normative legal acts in the domain zone ".gov.by", and also the introduction of the practice of compulsory consideration by the Belarusian parliamentarians of online petitions that have collected the required number of signatures are being updated. The technology of blockchain-enabled e-voting in Belarus can be tested today at the level of private and specialized institutions in the format of pilot projects, and smart contracts could become one of the ways for implementing Decree No. 1 "On Promoting Employment of the Population". The results we got can be applied in the domestic political and law-making process, as well as for further scientific research of the process of digital transformation of Government Relations technologies.
4. Digital Transformation Policy: Blockchain Technology. – Kazakhstan, 2020.
The purpose of the article is to identify and to conduct a SWOT analysis of the peculiarities and political and administrative potential of blockchain technology in a chronological perspective and at the present stage of digital transformation. The wide range of topical issues that require additional research efforts precisely from political science positions in the context of implementing of Decree of the President of the Republic of Belarus No. 8 "On the Development of the Digital Economy" is remained. This decree positions Belarus as the first state in the world with comprehensive legal regulation of businesses based on blockchain technology as well as the first state which has legalized smart contracts at the country level. The importance of the mutual Belarusian-Kazakh agreements on the exchange of practical experience in the use of blockchain technology and its legal regulation is emphasized.