Constantinos Saravakos is a PhD candidate of International and European Studies at the University of Macedonia. His main research interests include regulation, political economy (poverty, inequality and prosperity) and political parties (democracy, populism and political behaviour).
He holds a M.A. in Political Science and Sociology (Hons) and a B.Sc. in Philosophy and History of Science from University of Athens. He has also received a M.Sc. in Applied Economics and Administration from Panteion University. He is member of Greek Political Science Association and a member of the Economic Chamber of Greece.
Also, he is a V-Dem Institute (University of Gothenburg) expert for Greece and Cyprus and Fellow in the European Policy Information Center (EPICENTER), an independent network of nine leading think tanks from across Europe based in Brussels.