Contact expert

Theofanis Exadaktylos, Dr

University of Surrey, Politics

Areas of Expertise

Country of residence

United Kingdom

Online Academic Profile

Research Discipline

Politics & International Relations

Media

Print media: Greece@LSE - UK (blog); EUROPP, LSE - UK (Blog), e-IR - UK (blog); Political Studies Association - UK (blog); Bridging Europe Think Tank interview - Greece; I Kathimerini - Greece (Newspaper); To Vima - Greece (Newspaper); Evropaiki Ekfrasi - Greece (Journal); SOUL Magazine - Greece (Magazine); Jornal de Negocios - Portugal (Newspaper); Pravda - Slovakia (Newspaper); Australian Financial Review (Newspaper); Rzeczpospolita - Poland (Newspaper); Politiken - Denmark (Newspaper); Der Standaard - Belgium (newspaper); Estratégia - Chile (Newspaper); CNN International - US (Online news); The Conversation (Online news platform).Radio: BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5, BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey; Monocle 24 (UK); Danish National Radio interviews; Voice of Russia/Radio Sputnik (Russia); EU-Radio Nantes (France); Greek National Radio (Programme One); Athens 9,84 (Greece).Television: BBC News, BBC World News, Sky News; Russia Today; CCTV-USA (China); BNN (Canada); CTV (Canada); Al Jazeera International (Qatar); Tileasty (Greece) and SKAI TV (Greece) interviews.

Language Skills

  • English
  • Greek
  • Spanish
  • German

Biography

Theofanis Exadaktylos is Senior Lecturer in European Politics at the Department of Politics at the University of Surrey. His research agenda includes Europeanization of foreign policy; politics of austerity in Europe; public policy implementation and political trust; emotions and perceptions of crises; the rise of populism and the emergence of national stereotypes in the media. His work has appeared among others in the Journal of Common Market Studies and Policy Studies Journal. He is the co-editor of Research Methods in European Studies: Research Design in Europeanization with C.M. Radaelli (2012, Palgrave Macmillan). He also co-chairs the ECPR Standing Group on Political Methodology.