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Tena Prelec (PhD, Sussex University, School of Law, Politics and Sociology) is a Research Associate at the Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR), University of Oxford. She is an established analyst on the Western Balkans, including as Region Head at Oxford Analytica, a researcher at LSEE-Research on South Eastern Europe (London School of Economics and Political Science), and a member of the Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group (BiEPAG). Her work at DPIR centres on anti-corruption, money-laundering and reputation laundering, with a focus on Western countries’ role in the global dynamics of corruption. Other research interests include transnational authoritarianism, academic freedom, and the intersection between governance and geopolitics. She is currently a Marshall Memorial Fellow (German Marshall Fund of the United States).
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DPIR, University of Oxford
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Selected conferences / webinars:
Clientelism and state capture in the EU and EU accession countries, LSE IDEAS, April 2021
Investigating Corruption: US versus UK – A Transatlantic Divide?, Foreign Policy Centre, April 2021
China in the Broader Black Sea Region, GLOBSEC, March 2021
Russia and China in South East Europe, LSE IDEAS, October 2020
Is London the Engine Room of Global Corruption?, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, October 2020
New Perspectives on EU Enlargement, Alpbach Forum, August 2018
Selected media appearances:
Financial Times (UK), April 2021
N1 (Croatia), September 2020
New York Times (US), August 2020
RFE/RL, May 2019
The New York Times (US), April 2018
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