Lotte Drieghe

lotte-drieghe.jpgDr. Lotte Drieghe is a post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for EU Studies. Her doctoral dissertation studied the EU’s cooperation policies towards African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. During a two-year assignment at the United Nations Development Programme and United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs in New York, she continued working on trade and development issues as trade policy analyst. In 2016, she took up a position at the World Trade Organization in Geneva to work on SPS and TBT related issues. She also contributed to a study on the future relationship between the EU and ACP countries (post-Cotonou) during a consultancy for the European Commission (DG Devco). Before taking up the position at the United Nations, Lotte worked as a research coordinator for the Gent University College and as a researcher for the KULeuven. She holds a master degree in international politics and a master degree in EU law, both from Ghent University.

Research interests

EU trade and development policies, EU-ACP relations, international trade and development policy towards LDCs, SPS&TBT


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