Católica Global School of Law has appointed a new post-doctoral researcher, Anastasiia Kyrylenko, who will be part of Professor Giuseppe Mazziotti’s team that will lead the HORIZON EUROPE project Fair MusE. The overarching goal of Fair MusE is to promote fairness for music creators and stakeholders from an interdisciplinary perspective, leading to a more transparent, competitive and sustainable music ecosystem in Europe.
This appointment is part of Católica Global School of Law’s ongoing effort to attract and retain top talent in legal scholarship. Anastasiia Kyrylenko is a highly qualified IP specialist, with extensive experience in legal research. She wrote her Ph.D. thesis at the Universities of Alicante and Strasbourg, under a full-time Horizon 2020 MSCA scholarship (EIPIN Innovation Society). There, she examined IP provisions under Association Agreements between the EU and Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. Following the appointment, Anastasiia said she is “thrilled to join the vibrant research community of the Católica Global School of Law, hoping that “her research and project management skills will contribute to the school’s intellectual excellence”.
The coordinator of the Fair MusE project, Professor Giuseppe Mazziotti, welcomed the new appointment, noting that “Anastasiia brings brightness, professionalism and a genuinely strong commitment to a project that is expected to shed light on complex dynamics characterizing online music platforms, artist rights and the influence of algorithms and tech companies’ business models”.