Liliana Pop Consulting Ltd draws on the research, teaching and consulting experience of Dr Liliana Pop.
Liliana is working on research and consultancy projects for a variety of private and public sector clients, based on specialised knowledge of political economy and international relations, especially with reference to Romania, Eastern Europe and the EU.
She also has expertise in the facilitation of knowledge assimilation and skills development, deployed in her ‘make insight your own’ portfolio of services for individuals and organizations in the private, public and voluntary sectors in the UK and abroad.
Liliana is developing a proprietary framework of analysis and methods of intervention, focusing on fields and the logic of honour. This is partly outlined in work-in-progress papers presented at academic conferences and available at https://independent.academia.edu/LilianaPop and via the Academic experience page.
Post-Ph.D., Liliana held full-time posts as a lecturer in international political economy, lecturer in comparative politics (Central and Eastern Europe) and research fellow at several British universities: University of Wales, Aberystwyth; Birkbeck College, University of London; and London Metropolitan University. She previously worked as a (graduate) research assistant at the University of Warwick; tutorial fellow at the University of Bucharest; and project director for the Social Science Centre in Bucharest, funded by the Soros Foundation for an Open Society.
Liliana read sociology at the University of Bucharest, Romania (BA), international relations at the University of Manchester (MA Econ) and politics at the University of Warwick (Ph.D.). Her education also included training in soft skills: she holds a postgraduate certificate in teaching and life-long learning (Birkbeck College, University of London) and a certificate and the first year of diploma in person-centred (Rogerian) counselling (University of Warwick).
Liliana is a member of the Universities Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) and a fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).