Maja Kluger Dionigi is Senior Researcher at Think Tank EUROPA. Her work focuses on the European Parliament, British-EU politics, lobbying in the EU, and political accountability in post-crisis EU economic governance. She regularly comments on European developments in the media.
Maja is also an external lecturer in The Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, where she teaches an MA-course on EU politics.
She obtained her undergraduate and graduate degrees in political science from Aarhus University and the University of Sussex and holds a PhD in Government from the LSE. Before joining the think tank, she was a Fellow in Public Policy and Administration at the LSE, where she taught political science courses. Maja has also worked at the Centre for European Policy Studies and the Danish Institute for International Studies.
She has published in numerous high-ranking, peer-reviewed journals on the European Parliament’s oversight powers in economic governance, lobbying in the EU, British EU-diplomacy, and the role of national parliaments in the EU. Her book published by Palgrave MacMillan "Lobbying in the European Parliament: The Battle for Influence” came out in 2017.
For Maja's full academic publication list, see Google scolar
Articles and publications by this employee
What is the status of the proposals put forward in the roadmap to enhance the democratic accountability of the EMU?
Representative democracy is beset by a crisis of legitimacy across the world, but in Europe this crisis is compounded by the inadequacy of national governments to address citizens’ frustrations...
The risk that the United Kingdom (UK) will leave the EU without an agreement on 29 March 2019 is imminent. The Danish government and business organisations have therefore stepped up efforts to...
In this report, we take stock of the effectiveness of existing national and European parliamentary oversight mechanisms introduced during the crisis and discuss how these can be strengthened and...
This study focuses on the use and added value, the lack of transparency and the possible democratic deficit of trilogues and early agreements in the European Union since the Lisbon Treaty.
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