Sonja AVLIJAŠ

Marie Sklodowska-Curie research fellow at the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University

labour markets, capitalist diversity, Eastern Europe

Bio :

Sonja Avlijaš is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie research fellow at the Faculty of Economics, Belgrade University. She is also the 2020 Wayne Vuchinich Fellow at Stanford University, California. Sonja’s research focuses on how the experience of post-socialist transition in Eastern Europe can help us to understand the evolution of capitalist political economies in the era of globalisation. At LIEPP, she is a principal investigator, together with Prof. Bruno Palier, on a project investigating public policies that affect job quality in the knowledge economy (KIJIE). 

 

Sonja was a post-doctoral fellow at LIEPP from 2016-2018, and she holds a PhD from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). As an independent consultant, she conducts research for the European Commission.

Research fields:

- Labour markets

- Welfare states

- Capitalist diversity

- Economic restructuring

- Social investment

- Knowledge economy

- Gender

- Eastern Europe

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LIEPP Publication(s) :

Articles and Contributions to Collective Works

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