I completed my PhD with concentrations in Public Administration Theory and Public Policy in 2012. Since graduating from UNO, I have been teaching at the University of Tartu’s Institute of Government and Politics as an Adjunct Lecturer and in my current position as a Lecturer. My teaching concentrations have been public administration, public policy and qualitative research methods in social sciences. I am interested in the issues of democracy and public management, postcommunist public administration reform, postcommunist transition and democratization, and public administration reform in democracy promotion. The main emphasis of my research agenda lies on the qualitative inquiry of subjects related to the ecology, contextualization, and local complexities in governing the challenges of transition, democratization, and development in postcommunist states.
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