Gretė Kriščiūnaitė joined PPMI in May 2021 as a Junior researcher. She has an MA (Hons) in Economics and International relations (University of Aberdeen) and an MSc degree in Political Psychology of International relations (University of Birmingham). Gretė has hands-on experience in conducting empirical studies in international NGO (Transparency International) as well as scrutinizing EU strategic agenda and Lithuanian priorities in the EU in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, EU department. Holding a Joint degree in Political sciences and Economics, Gretė has a vital asset of knowledge of qualitative (interviews, focus group discussions, discourse analysis, content analysis, case studies, desk research) and quantitative research methods (surveys, statistical analysis using SPSS and STATA). She is interested in post-soviet countries’ foreign policy agenda and diplomacy, focusing on political decision-making, affective mechanisms, and societies’ cognitive and affective peculiarities influencing political behaviour. Gretė is fluent in Lithuanian and English and has a good command of Russian.
- MSc in Political Psychology of International relations (with Distinction), University of Birmingham, 2020 – 2021
- MA (Honours) in Economics and International Relations (with Distinction), University of Aberdeen, 2016 - 2020
Experiential-Learning Resource Bank – Lessons from Vocational Education and Training for JRC (April 2021 – ongoing)
Feasibility study for surveying principals, teachers, learners and in-company trainers in initial vocational education and training (Cedefop, 2020 – ongoing)
Support for a study on Smart, effective and inclusive investment in education infrastructure (DG EAC, 2020 – ongoing)
Study to support the Impact Assessment on the use of digital labelling for EU fertilising products (DG GROW, 2020 – 2022)
User satisfaction survey on the Publications Office portal (Publications Office of the European Union, 2020 – 2021)«back