My research project
Assessing the "Troika effect" on national decision-making
Julie is a doctoral researcher in comparative politics. Her research focuses on core executive decision-making in Greece and how this might have changed with the Troika (European Commission, IMF and ECB) on a health policy. For this she has interviewed top decision-makers including 2 former Prime Ministers, 5 Ministers, and 11 Ministerial advisers.
Finalist at University of Surrey's 3 Minute PhD Contest 2017
Senior Lecturer in European Politics
- Deputy Head of Department
- Director for Learning & Teaching
- Co-editor of the JCMS Annual Review
- Co-convenor of the ECPR Standing Group on Political Methodology
Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Conflict, Cooperation and Security. Her research focuses on the motivational determinants of political judgments and the role of trust and confidence on political accountability.
Affiliations and memberships
Business, industry and community links
decision-making, new institutionalism, health policy, austerity politics, Europeanization of Greece
As Adjunct Faculty Member of the Hellenic American University in Athens, Greece, Julie helped students understand and embrace concepts of sustainable development for their lives and their careers. In designing and delivering courses at the Hellenic American University on Sustainability and Environment in Business, she emphasized and encouraged personalized and active learning. The courses combined traditional material with activities that incentivized greater commitment, including individual and team projects, hands-on workshops, class debates and simulations.
Sustainable Development (Hellenic American University in Athens, Greece; Autumn Semester 2014, Spring Semester 2015)
Sustainable Development and Environmental Management (Hellenic American University in Athens, Greece; Autumn Semester 2014)