Aleksandra Khokhlova is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science.
Aleksandra Khokhlova is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Science. She holds a BA in Political Science from the Higher School of Economics – St. Petersburg and an MA in International Relations and Regional Studies with a major in European Studies from the University of Tartu. Before joining the Institute, she was a research and teaching associate at the University of Mannheim.
Aleksandra’s main areas of interest include political representation and responsiveness in parliaments, party politics, and European Union politics. Her doctoral research focuses on the conditions for and mechanisms of citizen representation in the European Parliament. This dissertation is a part of the ‘EUINACTION’ project funded by the European NORFACE Network (Principal Investigator: Dr. Nikoleta Yordanova), which assesses policy responsiveness in the European Union’s legislative process.