Adrià Albareda is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Public Administration since September 2016. Previously, he worked as a researcher at ESADE Business School and obtained a Research Master in Public Administration from Utrecht University. As member of the project ‘2-Capture: The driving forces of regulatory capture’, his research focusses on the organizational structure of interest groups and their capacity to act as intermediaries between citizens and policymakers. More specifically, he investigates why interest groups organize themselves as they do and examines how different organizational structures affect the potential contribution of interest groups to policymaking in representative democracies.
- Consultancy and work for ESADE Business School