Eleven years of research and teaching experience on the EU & Eastern Partnership countries
I am a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Department of European & International Studies, King’s College London. My research interests lie at two academic intersections. The first disciplinary intersection connects political science with cognitive psychology and concerns regional integration choices of governing elites from Eastern Partnership (EaP) countries and prospect theory. The second sub-disciplinary intersection connects comparative politics with IR and concerns EU foreign policy and external governance, as well as democracy and autocracy, democratic theory and regime dynamics in the EaP region.
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