Radovan Kazda, an analyst for the Conservative Institute.
He graduated from the Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra. In 1996 – 2004 he worked as an expert and research worker in the Research Institute of Irrigation Management and later for succession organisations, he focused on landscape engineering and ecology. Since 2002, he has been co-operating with the Conservative Institute of M. R. ©tefánik as a co-ordinator, and leader of the project Reduction of Corruption Risks in Agriculture.
In 1999 – 2004 he was a manager of The Union of Landscape Engineers of Slovakia.
Since 2004 he has been an analyst for the Conservative Institute of M. R. ©tefánik and deals with agrarian and environmental policies of Slovakia and the EU. He co-operates with the Institute for Public Affairs and is author of a chapter analysing agriculture in the publication Global Report on the State of Society (2003) and a chapter about environment in the publication Slovakia on the Way into the Unknown (2003). He co-operates with the Transparency International Slovakia – Corruption and Anti-corruption Policy in Slovakia (2003). He regularly publishes in the media. He is a co-author of several expert and scientific research articles. In 2004 he was a co-ordinator of the project USA, Europe and Slovakia. He is also responsible for public relations of the Conservative Institute and is an editor of Conservative Letters – a newsletter of the Conservative Institute.
All articles by Radovan Kazda can be found here.