Luiza Brodt

Luiza Brodt
Novosibirsk State University · Chair of Mathematical Methods for Economics and Planning

MS in Economics
PhD. Candidate

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Introduction
Luiza Brodt (Saatova) is an early-career Arctic scholar and currently is carrying out her doctoral research focusing on Arctic petroleum resources and energy security issues. *** She works at the Economics Faculty, Novosibirsk State University, Russia. *** Recently, Luiza became a “Stanford US-Russia Forum” Arctic Policy fellow, pursuing an Arctic Science Diplomacy research project. https://usrussia.stanford.edu/portfolio-2-2/luiza-brodt
Additional affiliations
November 2020 - February 2022
Stanford US-Russia Forum
Position
  • Fellow
Description
  • The Stanford US-Russia Forum’s mission is to facilitate research and cooperation in areas of mutual interest to both the United States and Russia as well as link emerging scholars and leaders in the US-Russia space.
September 2016 - present
Novosibirsk State University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Environmental Economics course

Publications

Publications (11)
Poster
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The Arctic is a critical contemporary geopolitical issue. It is a vast and uninviting region covering about 6% of the Earth’s surface and is thought to contain more than 20% of remaining undiscovered petroleum resources. Unprecedented sea ice reduction opens prospects for offshore drilling and its subsequent marine transportation. Several Arctic st...
Presentation
In 2022, global conflicts deeply impacted cooperation in the Arctic region, raising numerous concerns about the Arctic present and future. This presentation aims to facilitate a discussion about opportunities and platforms for collaboration between the variety of actors in the Arctic. First, we propose to consider the concept of non-state science d...
Conference Paper
The classic definition of science diplomacy, introduced by the Royal Society and AAAS, is largely based on a state-centered perspective to international relations. Another – holistic or pragmatic – approach draws from practices in the areas beyond national jurisdictions, such as Antarctica and the Arctic High Seas, and thus, theorizes science coope...
Chapter
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The development of its Arctic offshore oil and gas resources remains one of Russia’s strategic priorities, both in terms of ensuring national energy security and cementing its presence in the region. As existing fields in West Siberia mature and become less productive, Russia needs to bring new sources on stream, with these being primarily located...
Presentation
On December 8, 2021, the international student research project “The Arctic as a zone of cooperation and a zone of competition” hosted a lecture titled “Science Diplomacy in the Arctic” featuring two guest speakers – Elena Adasheva, PhD Candidate in Sociocultural Anthropology at Yale University and Luiza Brodt, senior lecturer of Economics at Novos...
Article
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The development of its Arctic offshore oil and gas resources remains one of Russia’s strategic priorities, both in terms of ensuring national energy security and cementing its presence in the region. As existing fields in West Siberia mature and become less productive, Russia needs to bring new sources on stream, with these being primarily located...
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The development of the hydrocarbon potential of the Arctic shelf is one of the priority tasks for Russia, forming the conditions for its strategic presence in the region. Russia's official energy documents stipulate the need to increase oil and gas production in the Arctic, including offshore production, to ensure the stable operation of the countr...
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This article examines the science diplomacy efforts and challenges at ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor), a nuclear fusion research and engineering project that is one of the most ambitious experiments on Earth. The analysis is based on WSDS discussions led by InsSciDE researcher Anna Åberg around her case study ’The Ways and M...
Presentation
SURF collaborative project on the U.S.-Russia Science Diplomacy in the Arctic. Collaborators: Luiza Brodt, Pavel Devyatkin, Greg Hersh.
Article
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The Arctic oil shipping by sea. С Ямала морем впервые поставлена в Китай арктическая нефть

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Projects

Projects (2)
Project
To examine various aspects of science diplomacy in the Arctic.
Project
This research project explores whether and how the concept of Science Diplomacy can be used for examining historical and contemporary examples in: (1) Relations between the Arctic states; (2) Intergovernmental collaborative projects in Energy Security.