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Ekaterina Mouliarova

Johan Peter Falck Fellow, SCAS.
Head, the Legal Center, Heritage Institute Moscow.
Researcher, Faculty of Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Ekaterina Mouliarova is Head of the Legal Center at the Heritage Institute Moscow. Currently, she is
also affiliated with the Law Faculty of the Moscow State University, where she is registered for her
habilitation and teaches on specific issues of European and comparative law and jurisprudence. She
graduated from the Lomonosov Moscow State University summa cum laude and holds the degree of
Doctor of Jurisprudence from Universität Regensburg.

Her research focuses on European law, comparative law, and public international law. She is interested
in normative transition and means of judicial enforcement of global normative standards. Mouliarova has
a keen interest in topical normative issues that reveal the social essence of law. She is involved in several
research projects on law and culture. Among her publications is a monograph in German on sovereignty
and concepts of integration in the Russian doctrine in the context of the European Union(2006). She has
published on the European Neighborhood Policy and EU Enlargement (The Role of Constitutional Justice
in Russia in the Process of Interpretation of European Values and the Promotion of European Constitu-
, European University Institute, 2010), several actual issues of comparative law, such as energy
relations (‘EU-Russian Energy Relations’ [in Russian], The Russian Journal of Business Law [in Russian],
2011), surrogacy and new reproduction technologies and landscape policies (‘Cultural Landscape as a Legal
Notion’ [in Russian], The Heritage Institute Journal, 2016). Mouliarova’s recent publications include “Euro-
peanization by Chance or Internationalization by Choice?” and “Public Interest in Comparative Constitutional
Law” (forthcoming).

During her residence at SCAS, she will work on a project comparing legal cultures and global normative
values as a point of reference in national legal systems.

This information is accurate as of the academic year 2018-19.