Adil Nussipov is a researcher working on a project aiming to map the global data governance and to identify the design of the global data governance architecture. He also works on the Media Influence Matrix project at the Center for Media, Data and Society and acts as Global Governance Editor at E-International Relations. He graduated with distinction from Central European University with an MA in International Relations. Before CEU, he obtained his BA degree in Political Science and International Relations at Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan.
He has extensive experience in qualitative and quantitative research, gained through studies, research assistantships and internships. His research interests are global data policy, government-media relations and global governance. He also acts as Head of Research, Monitoring and Evaluation at Accountability Initiative for Reform, a non-profit organization in Kazakhstan.
- Nussipov, Adil. 2021. “Data and Media: Governance By Restrictions.” Center for Media, Data and Society, 2021, https://cmds.ceu.edu/article/2021-01-08/how-data-governance-affects-media-freedom
- Nussipov, Adil. 2019. "Media Influence Matrix: Funding Journalism in Kazakhstan." Center for Media, Data and Society, https://cmds.ceu.edu/article/2019-06-17/journalism-funding-kazakhstan-government-affair
- Nussipov, Adil. 2018. “International Authority of International Organizations and Access Provision for Transnational Actors.” Politikon: IAPSS Journal of Political Science 39 (3): 64–85, https://www.iapss.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Politikon_Vol.-39_3.pdf
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- How an Online Publication Did the Unthinkable: Selling Subscriptions to Kazakh Readers
- How China Governs Data
- How Data Became a Trade Issue
- How America and Europe Deal With Data
- Data Governance in America: Between the Silicon Valley Consensus and California’s Privacy Rules