Offshore Scheming and Corrupt Networks: The Case of Pavlo Lazarenko

Continuing our series of lectures organised by Cambridge Ukrainian Studies and the Ukrainian Institute, we are delighted to invite you to a talk by Ondrej Timco entitled Offshore Scheming and Corrupt Networks: The Caseof Pavlo Lazarenko, which will take place on November 7th, 2013, 7.00PM at the Ukrainian Institute in London.

Ondrej Timco is an MPhil/PhD student at University College London, School of Slavonic and East European studies, where he is researching the amplifying effect of offshore scheming on political corruption – the case study of Pavlo Lazarenko.

Ondrej Timco has been studying East European studies with a particular focus on Ukraine since 2006, when he started BA degree at the Institute of International Studies, Charles University in Prague. In the academic year of 2008/2009, Ondrej Timco studied as an affiliate student at UCL SSEES, where he became interested in the impact of corruption on political development. Since his MA degree in Politics, Security, and Integration at UCL SSEES, Ondrej Timco has been concentrating on offshore financial services. In 2011, he started MPhil/PhD at UCL SSEES under the joint supervision of Prof. Alena Ledeneva and Dr. Andrew Wilson. Ondrej Timco is a holder of Viktor and Rita Svoboda Memorial Scholarship, which aims to encourage, promote and support research and study in the area of Ukrainian Studies.

The talk will be held in English

This talk is part of a lecture series organised by Cambridge Ukrainian Studies and the Ukrainian Institute.

All Welcome. Free Admission