Eva has broad research interests in the fields of comparative public policy and administration, executive politics, and German, British, EU and international regulation. She is especially interested in the study of cross-border coordination of regulation, regulation in multi-level contexts and cross-sectoral analysis of regulatory regimes. She has research expertise in a variety of policy sectors, including the regulation of banking, utilities, pharmaceuticals, maritime and food safety. Prior to arriving in York, she was a Fellow in Public Policy and Administration in the Department of Government of the LSE and taught at the Department of Political Economy of King’s College London. She holds a BA from Maastricht University and a MSc degree from the European Institute of the LSE, where she also completed her PhD.
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