EU cohesion policies, EU funds and economic governance
Field of specialisation
EU Cohesion Policies, ESIF
Marina Vlachodimitropoulou (GR) was a Research Assistant at the European Institute of Public Administration in Maastricht untill May 2021. Her fields of research include EU cohesion policies, EU funds and economic governance. In EIPA, she has been regularly assisting in the organisation and implementation of various large-scale projects and training activities for the European Commission, European Parliament and Council of the EU, as well as several open activities for the Member States’ public authorities in the fields of ESIF, audit and financial management. She also aided in the transition to online courses in these topics.
Marina holds a Bachelor’s degree in International, European & Regional Studies from Panteion University of Athens, where she specialised in public international law and international economic relations, and a Master’s degree in European Public Affairs from Maastricht University, where she focused in EU Justice and Home affairs policies.