Elisa Cencig

Elisa Cencig

PhD Candidate

Department of Government

About me

Thesis: 'Lobbying across venues in EU financial regulation'

My research project aims to answer the question of whether institutional venues affect interest groups’ activities, namely lobbying participation and lobbying success. More specifically, the key purpose is understanding whether and how the establishment of agencies creates different opportunities and constraints for stakeholders.

Supervisors: Mark Thatcher and Ken Benoit

Research interests

  • EU Politics and Institutions
  • Financial Services Regulation
  • Interest Groups

Teaching record

  • GV251: Government, Politics and Public Policy in the European Union
  • IR270: What kind of Europe? Crisis, reform and the international role of the European Union