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Corina Stratulat
Head of European Politics and Institutions Programme and Senior Policy Analyst
Corina Stratulat is Senior Policy Analyst and the Head of the European Politics and Institutions Programme. Her work at the EPC focuses on EU institutional developments and enlargement towards the Balkans. She holds an MPhil in Contemporary European Studies from the University of Cambridge, UK and a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute, Italy. Her main research interests include comparative Central and East European politics, parties and party systems, elections, democracy, populism, EU institutions, the Balkans’ EU integration, and enlargement policy.


European Politics and Institutions


EU enlargement to the Balkans, European Citizens' Consultations, Populism and illiberal democracy, The citizens' participation toolkit to EU

Areas of expertise

EU enlargement, Western Balkans, democracy, citizen participation, populism, political parties

Current positions

Head of European Politics and Institutions Programme
Senior Policy Analyst


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


English, Romanian, Italian, , French




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

13 November 2019 - ,
Carnegie Europe
Future of Europe / WORKSHOP
The future of Europe debate – the Strategic Agenda for the next five years
Corina Stratulat spoke on the “The future of Europe debate – the Strategic Agenda for the next five years” at the 8th KAS Workshop on European Issues organised by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (24-26 July) in Cadenabbia, Italy.

25 July 2019 - Italy ,
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
Democracy / ROUNDTABLE
Looking ahead: A new agenda for European democracy
Corina Stratulat participated in the “Looking ahead: A new agenda for European democracy” retreat hosted by the Democracy, Conflict, and Governance Program of Carnegie Europe in La Hulpe, Belgium.

15 July 2019 - Belgium ,
Carnegie Europe

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