My research interests cover different areas of European governance, including multi-level and network governance, competition policy, Union enlargement conditionality and Europeanisation, and most recently, gender equality. My recent publications include 'Antitrust Federalism in the EU and the US' (Routledge, 2012, paperback in 2013) and 'Turkey and the European Union: Facing New Challenges and Opportunities' (co-edited with Lars Hoffmann, Routledge, 2014). I am currently the principal investigator of the research project, 'Anchoring the Consumer: Legitimacy and Accountability in Competition Law', which is funded by a European Union Marie Curie Grant. The project looks into the legitimacy of European Union multi-level governance in the context of competition policy. Also, I have provided consultation to European Parliament on the subject of gender budgeting (with Fiona Beveridge). I welcome supervision requests from undergraduate, graduate and research students who are interested in researching these and other neighbouring areas.
- Anchoring the Consumer: Legitimacy and Accountability in Competition Law