Since February 2021, she is an Associate Researcher at the CEVIPOF, and ia former lecturer in political theory at Sciences Po.

Kalli Giannelos holds a PhD in social sciences (EHESS, Paris) and has an interdisciplinary background in moral and political philosophy, arts and social sciences. She is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris (MA in Arts and Political Science), Paris-1 University (MRes in Philosophy) and Paris-Sorbonne University (MRes in Musicology).

She has worked in international cultural cooperation (ICOM, UNESCO), on the comparison of international innovation ecosystems (MINES ParisTech), on responsible innovation in the cultural and creative industries (C-Factor), as well as on participatory democracy at European level.

After a first postdoctoral position on the ethics of innovation and participatory practices (European project ‘PRO-Ethics’) at Sciences Po, she completed a second postdoctoral experience on digital ethics (project ‘Incentivizing Good Digital Governance’, co-conceived with Professors Martial Foucault and Kevin Arceneaux, funded by the McCourt Institute) also at Sciences Po.

In March 2023, she joined the Governance and Regulation Chair at Paris-Dauphine University for a third postdoctoral fellowship on the governance and regulation of emerging technologies.

Research Fields

Public Policies , Innovation Ethics, Participatory Democracy, Media and Digital Ethics, Political Theory

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