Nikolett is a Research Analyst at VVA Economics & Policy.
Nikolett has a thorough and proven knowledge of EU policies and expertise in a wide range of policy areas including social and employment policy. Her experience and interests also lie in social movements, (nuclear) energy policy, and the misuse of EU funds.
In her previous roles, at 21 Research Center, Nikolett carried out research and analysis for/about Hungarian political parties and politicians, and at the Budapest Institute for Policy Analysis, she collected data on Public Employment Services and Roma youth in Hungary. She has collected data via surveys and focus groups, extensive desk research and literature reviews.
Nikolett has a degree in History and Sociology from the University of Glasgow. She also holds a master’s degree in International Relations in Historical Perspective from Utrecht University.
Nikolett speaks Hungarian and English and she has intermediate knowledge of German.