2 year Master’s Degree in European and International Studies, Institute for European Studies, University Paris Vincennes - Paris 8, First class honors
- Dissertation: "The Public-private partnership for the reconversion of the London Olympic Village"
Degree in History, University Denis Diderot Paris 7 and Humboldt University in Berlin, 2:1
- The debate in the Bundestag on rebuilding the Berliner Stadtschloss and the dismantling of the Palast der Republik
My research is an analysis of the decision-making process that led to the creation of the three European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) of financial activities after the 2007 financial crisis in the European Union. I adopt an institutional approach with the goal of exploring different logics of action. IN particular I am interested in analyzing the use of symbolic mechanisms in the decision-making process for legitimation purposes.
Teaching & Research Experience
- Research Assistant, What Works Scotland, University of Edinburgh (Start date: July 2016)
- Research Assistant, Dr. Carmen Gebhart, University of Edimburgh (June 2016)
- Tutor first year undergraduate course: Science and Society 1B: Nature & Environment, University of Edinburgh, School of Social and Political Science, Science and Technology Department (Spring semester 2016)
Relevant work experience
Before starting a PhD at Edinburgh University, I worked in Politics and policy making at European level for five and a half years, first as a Political Advisor to the Secetary General and President of a European Political Group and then as a policy officer representing local and regional authorities at European level.
- Organizing seminars and working groups and co-organizing large conferences
- Policy consultation and advocacy
- Drafting policy positions, discussion papers and practitioners' guides