Bianca Buligescu

Bianca Buligescu

Researcher

Bianca Buligescu is a researcher in public policies with ten years of experience in carrying out European public policy projects. She currently works as a researcher for the Research Institute for Quality of Life on atypical work and labour related issues. Bianca’s current research interests is in temporary and part-time employment of tertiary graduate youth and its effects on the type of contract five years later, wage differentials due to temporary jobs,  social services, undeclared work. Bianca’s previous research centered on wage differentials between men and women, and wage differentials due to maternity leave.

Her expertise is in social policy, labour market and innovation economics and sociology. Bianca’s expertise relates in particular to impact assessments and projects involving cross-country quantitative data analysis and applied micro-economics, and constructing indicators. Bianca also carried work for UNICEF, Eurostat and the World Bank. From 2011 to 2014 Bianca worked as a Researcher at United Nations University –Maastricht  Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT), where she was responsible for applied econometrics analysis on innovation and entrepreneurship and building indicators for the European Commission DG Enterprises and Industry. Prior to that Bianca worked for the Graduate School of Government. Bianca published in Oxford Economic Papers and several research reports for the European Commission.

Bianca holds a joint bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Sociology from the National School of Political and Administrative Studies in Bucharest, Romania, as well as a cum laude MSc degree in Social Policy Analysis from Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. Bianca submitted her PhD thesis in European Social Protection Policies to the University of Maastricht, the thesis uses applied labour economics to investigate the impact of public policies.

Research interests: applied labour economics: youth employment, underemployment, quantitative methods.

E-mail: bianca.buligescu@gmail.com; bianca.buligescu@iccv.ro

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During the Open Government Week, on 12th of March 2019, the team of OGP Romania - General Secretariat of the Government, in partnership with the RIQL - Research Institute for Quality of Life (Romanian Academy), and the Center for Public Innovation organize the debate...

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