Fellow in European Union Law, University of Warwick
Dr Andi Hoxhaj is a socio-legal scholar based at the University of Warwick in the UK and a Fellow of the Eutopia European University Young Leaders Academy. He teaches the European Union Law, Modern English Legal System, Constitutional Law, and Tort Law modules at the Warwick Law School. He is a recipient of “The Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence 2021”.
Dr. Hoxhaj was awarded his PhD in 2017 at the University of Warwick. His research areas include corruption, the rule of law, good governance, civil society, European integration, and EU engagement in the Western Balkans. He is an author of a book entitled, "The EU Anti-Corruption Policy: A Reflexive Governance Approach (Routledge, 2020)" and has a number of peer-reviewed articles published in leading academic journals on the rule of law, anti-corruption, academic freedom, authoritarianism, EU engagement with the Western Balkans, and European Neighbourhood and Enlargement policy.
In April 2018, Dr. Hoxhaj was awarded the British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award for a project entitled “The UK—Western Balkans post-Brexit.” His insight on corruption, good governance, EU enlargement, and the migration of young people in the Western Balkans were referred to in a UK parliamentary inquiry report “The UK and the future of the Western Balkans” in 2018. Dr Hoxhaj’s research on the Western Balkans is regularly quoted in leading international media.
Dr. Hoxhaj is the Freedom House Nation in Transit 2022 country report author for Albania. Dr. Hoxhaj is currently a re:constitution 2021/2022 Fellow carrying out a research project entitled “The Politics of the EU Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Reform”.
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