Dr Tamara Tubakovic

Dr Tamara Tubakovic

Fellow in Public Policy and Administration

Department of Government

Room No
CBG 3.11
Office Hours
Mondays 9:30 - 11:30
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Key Expertise
Immigration, Asylum, European Union, Public Policy, Elites, Knowledge

About me

Tamara is a Fellow in Public Policy and Administration. She holds a PhD in Political Science, awarded in 2021 from the University of Melbourne. Before coming to the LSE, Tamara was a Teaching Fellow in Public Policy and European Studies at the University of Warwick, and Research Coordinator of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet network, The Comparative Network on Refugee Externalisation Policies, at the University of Melbourne. Her research intersects the fields of public policy, European Union politics, and refugee and border studies. Her work focuses on the institutional politics of EU asylum policy reform; the role of ideas and policy narratives in shaping asylum policies in Europe and Australia; and the role of the executive in the governance of migration.

Research interests

  • Asylum politics and policy in the EU/Europe and Australia
  • Ideational and institutional approaches to public policy
  • Executive governance

Teaching responsibilities

  • GV263 Public Policy Analysis
  • GV4E9 Approaches and Issues in Public Policy and Administration
  • GV483 Public Management Theory and Doctrine
  • GV488 Law and Politics of Regulation

Selected publications