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Andreas Aktoudianakis
Policy Analyst
Dr. Andreas Aktoudianakis is Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre, working within the Europe's Political Economy programme. He covers the policy areas EU digital agenda, digital sovereignty, new technologies, and industry 4.0.

Prior to joining the European Policy Centre, Andreas worked as Special Adviser to the Director at the Open Society European Policy Institute, and as Schuman Policy Analyst at the European Parliament's DG EXPO Unit for Transatlantic Relations and G7. Andreas' work has been published in the Economist, the Political Studies Association, the Global Discourse, and the World Congress of Philosophy, among others. Before this, Andreas worked as an academic. He taught on EU Politics, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Security, Political Theory and History of Political Thought at the University of St Andrews, and Edinburgh University in the UK. 

Andreas holds a PhD in International Relations and an MLitt in International Political Theory from the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews, and a BA in Journalism and Sociology from The American College of Greece in Athens.


Europe’s Political Economy


Digital Clearinghouse, Governing Platforms, A fair and thriving EU digital ecosystem

Areas of expertise

EU digital agenda, EU strategic autonomy, industry 4.0, disruptive technologies, civil society (digital populism, social polarisation), Liberalism

Current positions

Policy Analyst


PhD in International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2016
MLitt in International Political Theory, University of St Andrews, 2011
BA in Journalism and Sociology, The American College of Greece, 2010


English, Greek, French



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