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Corina Stratulat
Head of European Politics and Institutions Programme and Senior Policy Analyst
Corina Stratulat joined the EPC in 2009 as a Policy Analyst and works in the European Politics and Institutions Programme, contributing in particular to the work of the EU Politics and Governance Forum and the Balkans Forum. Part of her EPC activity has involved researching and writing about the EU’s institutional developments, especially about issues related to the implementation of the Lisbon Treaty. She has analysed and spoken for the EPC on various aspects linked to the EU’s enlargement policy towards the Western Balkans.
Corina holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Integrated Social Sciences from Jacobs University (Bremen, Germany), a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Contemporary European Studies from Cambridge University (Cambridge, UK) and a Doctorate (PhD) in Political and Social Sciences from European University Institute (Florence, Italy). Her main research interests include comparative Central and East European politics, parties and party systems, elections, democracy, EU institutions, integration and enlargement.

PROGRAMME

PROJECTs

EU enlargement to the Balkans, European Citizens' Consultations, Populism

Areas of expertise

EU integration and enlargement, party politics and CEE politics and democracy

Current positions

Head of European Politics and Institutions Programme
Senior Policy Analyst

Education

PhD in Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence, Italy
MPhil in Contemporary European Studies, University of Cambridge, UK
BA in Integrated Social Sciences, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany

Languages

English, Romanian, Italian, , French

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Contributions

Democracy / PUBLICATION
Six Ideas for Rejuvenating European Democracy
Corina Stratulat co-authored a paper entitled, "Six Ideas for Rejuvenating European Democracy"

13 November 2019 - ,
Carnegie Europe


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