Ms Julie Garman Kolokotsa

Doctoral Researcher


Further information


Julie is a doctoral candidate in comparative politics.  Her research focuses on core executive decision-making in Greece and Ireland and how these might have been affected by the Troika on e-prescription.

Research Interests

Decision-making, New Institutionalism, Europeanization of Greece and Ireland, health policy



Garman, J. and Hilditch, L., 1998. Behind the scenes: an examination of the importance of the informal processes at work in conciliation. Journal of European Public Policy, 5(2), pp.271-284.

Young, G., Garman, J. and Tupper, S., 2000. A long way from Basel clarity: implications of the Basel Convention for the consumer electronics sector. European Energy and Environmental Law Review, 9(3), pp.71-80.

Internet publications

Kolokotsa, J. (2012) "Did we really need the June election?" in Greek Elections June 2012. Greek Politics Specialist Group available on:

Conference Papers

Decision-making in times of austerity: could the Troika help overcome Greece’s reform challenges? - UACES Student Forum, University of Kent in Brussels, Belgium 9-10 May 2016. Available on:


Autumn Semester 2014

Sustainable Planet (undergraduate at Hellenic American University in Athens, Greece)
Environmental Management (undergraduate at Hellenic American University in Athens, Greece)

Spring Semester 2015

Sustainable Planet (undergraduate at Hellenic American University in Athens, Greece)


European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) and its Standing Group in Southern European Politics

The Academic Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES)

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