Alexandra Prodromidou is a Lecturer in the Business Administration and Economics Department of the International Faculty of the University of Sheffield-CITY College and a Research Associate in the Southeast European Research Centre (SEERC).

Alexandra’s research interests lie in the sphere of Greek Politics and crises in the European periphery, including the impact of the Eurozone crisis on the Greek political system, energy poverty in Greece and migration and migrant integration.  

She has been the co-author and Academic Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Networks Erasmus+ funded MIGRATE project on the impact of the 2015 migrant crisis on the countries of the Balkan corridor (2016-2019), as well as, a project manager for SEERC on the Strategic Partnerships Erasmus+ project ATSIV on capacity building in NGOs in Southeast Europe (2016-2019) and on the Horizon 2020 Twinning project MIGREC on strengthening research in the field of Migration Studies (2019-2022).

Alexandra’s key publications include Everyday Politics of Austerity: Infrastructure and Vulnerability in times of Crisis in Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, and Continuity and Change in Greek Politics in an Age of Austerity in ‘Crisis in the Eurozone Periphery: The Political Economies of Greece, Spain, Portugal and Ireland’, edited by Owen Parker and Dimitris Tsarouhas

Further information about Alexandra can be found here.