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University of Tomsk, Russia
“The realization of integrated national interest in the state policy when exploiting natural energy resources (Evidence from the Russian oil- and gas sector)”
Tamara Vorobyeva was born in 1982 in St. Petersburg, Russia. She is now writing her PhD-thesis at Tomsk State University in Russia.
Ms. Vorobyeva’s research interests include institutional mechanisms for better realization of national interests, notably in the oil and gas sector; experience of other countries – producers of hydrocarbon resources – in the use regulation of oil and gas resources; mechanisms of international regulation of oil and gas use and their trade; and management of natural resources in terms of sustainable development.
Parallel to her PhD-studies she is working at a Berlin consultancy spezialised on strategic consulting of German major energy enterprises. Her professional focus lies on research into developing energy markets of Germany and Europe as well as analysis of their recent topics and trends.
Prior to her current professional and academic pursuits Ms. Vorobyeva was able to gain diverse work experience in Russia and Germany, particularly in innovation support, enterprise valuation, equity research and market analysis.
Ms. Vorobyeva holds a diploma in organizational management from Tomsk State University and a Master’s degree in economics and business from Potsdam University.