Natalya Kharchenko is an executive director of KIIS, lecturer at the Department of Sociology in the Faculty of social sciences and social technologies of the National University of Kiev-Mohyla Academy. Natalya is a co-author of several methodological books and she has written the dozens of scientific articles and research reports. She has the experience in project design and project coordination, writing analytical reports, notes and summaries on political and social matters; experience with complex quantitative and qualitative research projects. Her teaching and research interests lie in the field of survey methodology, online and Internet survey, poverty analysis, election studies, gender differences, vulnerable groups.

Selected publications:

Aleksynska M.(ILO), Bastrakova A., Kharchenko N. (KIIS), Report «Work on Digital Labour Platforms in Ukraine: Issues and Policy Perspectives», 27 July 2018, 978-92-2-030735-9[ISBN].–en/index.htm

Roberts, B., Makhashvili, N., Javakhishvili, J., Karachevskyy, A., Kharchenko, N., Shpiker, M., & Richardson, E. (2017). Mental health care utilisation among internally displaced persons in Ukraine: Results from a nation-wide survey. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences, 1-12. doi:10.1017/S2045796017000385

Mannila S & Kharchenko N (2015) The conflict in Ukraine in the light of opinion polls. Finnish Journal of Russian and East European Research, 4/ 2015, pp. 3-16, in Finnish.

Natalia Kharchenko Poverty as Accumulating of Social Disadvantages: Sociological Analysis of Deprivation in Ukraine // ESCIRRU Working Papers No 27, 2010

A.Grushetsky,  N.Kharchenko. Poverty, Gender and Coping strategies in Ukraine //

Mannila S & Vesikansa S (eds.) Social Problems and Policies in Central and Eastern

European Countries, pp. 64-77. National Institute for Health and Welfare, Report 42.

Helsinki 2009.

  1. Paniotto and N. Kharchenko What Poverty Criteria Are Best for Ukraine? // Problems of Economic Transition, vol. 51, no. 7, November 2008, pp. 5-12.

Natalya Kharchenko, Volodymyr Paniotto Exit Polling in an Emergent Democracy: The Complex Case of Ukraine, Survey Research Methods (2010) Vol 4, No 1, pp. 31-42