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Dr Gabriela Borz



Personal statement

I joined the School of Government and Public Policy as a Lecturer in September 2013. Previously I was a post-doctoral research fellow in an ESRC project analysing political representation in the European Union at University of Aberdeen. I received my MA and PhD in Political Science in 2009 from the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. Before that, I was a Marie Curie fellow at the University of Bradford, and held research and visiting fellowships at the University of Birmingham and Northwestern University.


Organizational and ideological strategies for nationalization : evidence from European parties
Borz Gabriela, de Miguel Carolina
British Journal of Political Science, pp. 1, (2017)
Representation through the eyes of the voter : a cost-benefit analysis of European integration
Borz Gabriela
Italian Political Science Review Vol 46, pp. 175-197, (2016)
Static and dynamic views of European integration
Rose Richard, Borz Gabriela
Journal of Common Market Studies Vol 54, pp. 370-387, (2016)
Justifying the constitutional regulation of political parties : a framework for analysis
Borz Gabriela
International Political Science Review, (2016)
Borz Gabriela
Routledge Handbook of European ElectionsRoutledge Handbook of European Elections, (2015)
What determines demand for European Union referendums?
Rose Richard, Borz Gabriela
Representation and democracy in the EURepresentation and democracy in the EU, (2014)

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I currently coordinate and contribute to teaching in the following courses:


  • L2102 - Politics: Concepts
  • L2203 - Politics: Government and Governance
  • L2204 - Comparative Politics


  • L2914 - European Governance

Research interests

My main research interests relate to:

  • Comparative Government
  • Parties and Party Systems
  • Political Representation
  • Constitutionalism
  • European Union Politics
  • Quantitative Methods

I am currently engaged in projects about: 1) Comparative party factionalism in Europe using expert surveys. The project enquires into types of factionalism and links them with the external institutional and internal organisational settings in which parties operate; 2) The justifications for regulating political parties in constitutions by analysing constitutional amendments and making use of the database developed by the Party Law in Modern Europe project; 3) Misrepresentation in Europe, policy responses to corruption and the efficiency of EU post conditionality.


The Impact of Cohesion Policy on EU Identification (COHESIFY) H2020 SC6 Europe in a Changing World
Bachtler, John (Principal Investigator) Borz, Gabriela (Co-investigator) Brandenburg, Heinz (Co-investigator) Ferry, Martin (Co-investigator) McMaster, Irene (Co-investigator) Mendez, Carlos (Co-investigator) Van Der Zwet, Arno (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Feb-2016 - 30-Apr-2018

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