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The Bologna Institute for Policy Research | Scholar Profile | Veronica Anghel

Veronica Anghel
Associate Fellow


Geographic Areas
Eastern Europe

Democracy, Governance, Rule of Law
Developing Nations
Rule of Law


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Background and Education
Dr. Anghel is an analyst for The Economist Intelligence Unit and Oxford Analytica; Visiting Fellow, Institute for Human Sciences Vienna (fmr); Pre-doc Fellow, Institute for Government Vienna; Junior Foreign Affairs Adviser, Presidential Administration of Romania (fmr); Diplomatic Adviser, Romanian Senate (fmr). She received her PhD in Political Science (University of Bucharest and Bordeaux).

Other Publications
Dr. Anghel's publications include: "Modern Day Alchemy: Post-Communist State Transformations and Its Constraints," in V. Anghel, M. Hardy, M. Qvortrup, M. Gerzon, Democracy on the Run, Manchester University Press (forthcoming); "Under the Influence: Pay-Offs of Legislative Support Parties under Minority Governments," (with Maria Thurk) in Government and Opposition (forthcoming); "The Institutionalisation of Parties and Coalitions in Romania: An Unfulfilled Process?" in R. Harmel, L. Svåsand (eds.), Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases, London: Rowman and Littlefield (2019); "'Why can’t we be friends?' The Coalition Potential of Presidents in Semi-presidential Republics. Insights from Romania," in East European Politics and Societies, 32(1):101-118 (2018); "Alliance Building Strategies in Post-Communist Romania (1990-2016). Bonding through Dependence," in Südosteuropa Mitteilungen Journal of Politics and Society, 3:16-29 (2017).



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