PhD. Ketrina Çabiri Mijo

Ketrina Çabiri Mijo completed her Doctoral Studies on Corruption and Public Procurement Decision Making at the European University of Tirana (UET) in 2018, supported by a research fellowship at the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) at the University of Essex (funded by the Civil Society Scholarship Award) and in the Department of Political Science and Sociology, University of Salzburg (funded by the Sigma Agile Program). Ketrina holds a Master's degree in European Policy from the University of Sussex, UK in 2009. During 2017, Ketrina was involved as a researcher in the TRAIN program for dialogue and policy promotion in the Western Balkans, supported by the German Council for Relations with Outside (DGAP).

Since 2011 Ketrina has been involved as a project manager in the Office for the Development of Projects and Partnerships at UET and is currently the Head of this Office. She has previously worked as an expert on European Research and Development Programs at the Agency for Research, Technology and Innovation (AKTI) under the Council of Ministers. She has extensive experience in project design and management, in programs such as IPA CBC / Interreg MED / Balkan Med, Tempus, LLP / Jean Monnet, ERASMUS +, ESPON and other national and international donors such as the World Bank, British Council, Open Society Foundation, Friedrich Ebert Sifting, OSCE, UNOMEN, GDN (Global Research Competition) etc.

Ketrina has published in national and international journals and publishing houses, such as Bentham Science Publishers, Kluwer Law International, Oxford University Press, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education (Emerald Publishing), etc.