Dr. Piret Ehin
- Estonian Research Council
- AcademiaNet member since 16.07.2020
- AcademiaNet- Selection Criteria
- Social sciences, journalism and information
Social and behavioural sciences
Area of specialisation
Political science, comparative politics, European integration
Distinctions and Awards
Institute of Government and Politics teaching award: best instructor in the Comparative Politics MA programme, University of Tartu, 2015
Jüri Uluots scholarship for research on parliamentary democracy, 2012
Rein Taagepera research award in Political Science, 2002
Various scholarships from the Open Society Institute, Rotalia Foundation, Ahti Pae Memorial Foundation, and the University of Arizona, 1996 – 2001
Extensive experience in providing policy expertise
Briefing to the European Affairs Committee of the Estonian Parliament on proposed reforms of EU institutions and of EP elections, January 27, 2020.
Ehin, P.; Madise, Ü.; Solvak, M.; Taagepera, R.; Vassil, K.; Vinkel, P. (2013). Study on „Independent candidates in national and European elections.“ Committee on Constitutional Affairs, European Parliament, Brussels.
Ehin, P. “The selection of candidates for the European Parliament by national parties in Estonia and the impact of European political parties,” Standard Briefing for the Committee on Constitutional Affairs of the European Parliament, January 31, 2009.
Ehin, P. “Implementation of the Four Common Spaces – Space of Freedom, Security and Justice.” Standard Briefing for the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, September 22, 2008.
Ehin, P. and M. Nahtigal, “Implementation of the ENPI: analysis of the EU's assistance to Russia,” Standard Briefing for the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, 3 August 2008.
Ehin, P., B. Gültekin-Punsmann and A. Kasekamp. “Analysis of the EU’s assistance to Georgia,” Standard Briefing for the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, 3 August 2008.
Ehin, P. and Graham Avery, “The Eastern EU neighbourhood – an area of competing policies: shared neighbourhood between the EU and Russia.” Standard Briefing for the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, 12 September 2007.
English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Russian
2002: Enlargement of the European Union and the Problem of Popular Consent