Alexandra Andhov is Associate Professor of Corporate law and Law and Technology at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. In 2019, she was a Fulbright Scholar at Cornell Law School. Alexandra’s main areas of research are corporate law, capital market law, corporate social responsibility and technology. On these topics, she has published articles in numerous European as well as US law journals and reviews, including European Business Law Review, Cornell International Law Journal, Queen Mary Law Journal, Business & Society and others.
Alexandra has published chapters in anthologies published by the leading publishing houses, including OUP, Hart Publishing or Edward Elgar Publishing. She has edited and co-edited publications. Her most recent publication Start-up Law came out in December 2020 with Edward Elgar Publishing. Alexandra’s current work focuses on issues related to capital market law, corporate law and innovation and technology. Currently, she analyzes the possible use of blockchain within corporations and corporate governance as well as various regulatory aspects of FinTech and effects of novel technology on the division of power and control among diverse groups of stakeholders.
Alexandra holds an S.J.D. in International Business Law from the Central European University (2015), an LL.M in International Business Law from the Central European University (2011) and a Master’s degree in law from Comenius University (2010). She has been a visiting researcher in numerous institutions and research centers, including the Cornell Law School (2019, 2013), the University of Turin (2017) and the Oxford Law School (2013). Before joining CEVIA, she was a research fellow at the Center for Integrity in Business and Government at the CEU Business School (2012-2015) and she worked for CMS Cameron McKenna in Budapest with their litigation and arbitration team. In 2015 she joined a consultation firm, CNS Risk. Alexandra was called into the bar in Slovakia.