Barbora has over five years of experience in delivering resaerch studies to the European Commission. Her interests include public administration modernisation, digital government and digital policy more broadly. In addition to executing resaerch assignments, Barbora has been involved in event organisation and facilitation, harnessing co-creation techniques and design thinking methodologies.
Barbora has completed her Master‘s and Undegratuade degrees in London School of Economics and Political Economy with a focus on political economy.
Key areas of expertise
- Policy areas: public administration and digital government, open source policy, regulatory reporting in the EU, chid safety online.
- Research methods: quantitative and qualitative research methods, co-creation techniques, design thinking & UX.
- MSc in Political Science & Political Economy, London School of Econonomics and Political Science, London, UK, 2016
- BSc in Government & Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK, 2015
- Study on the options for the creation of a European Centre to prevent and counter child sexual abuse (DG HOME, 2020-2021)
- Building a Regulatory Reporting and Monitoring Community of Practice within the European Commission (DIGIT, 2020-2021)
- Creation and dissemination of Guidelines for Sustainable Open Source Communities in the Public Sector (European Commission‘s Open Sourcce Observatory, DIGIT, 2020-2021)
- Enhancing user centricity of the European Commission’s reusable solutions (DIGIT, 2020)
- Study on Framework of best practices to tackle child sexual abuse online (DG CONNECT, 2019)
- Case study analysis of regulatory reporting practices across the European Commission (DIGIT, 2019)
- Study on the Assessment of Economic Opportunities and Barriers related to location information in the context of the Digital Single Market (JRC, 2018)
- eGovernment factsheets 10-year anniversary report (DIGIT, 2018)