Andreea's research interests are in the areas of EU public affairs, European public administration, ethics and integrity of governance, and public policy analysis. Her research to date has focused on ethics reforms at the European Commission, and anti-corruption policies implemented in Romania (she has published internationally on both subjects). Andreea is currently working on a project that investigates how public and private actors active in the EU sphere understand the legitimacy of lobbying and interest representation practices.
Most recent publications:
Nastase, A., & Muurmans, C. (2018). Regulating lobbying activities in the European Union: A voluntary club perspective. Regulation & Governance. https://doi.org/10.1111/rego.12200
Neuhold, C., & Nastase, A. (2017). Transparency Watchdog: Guarding the Law and Independent from Politics? The Relationship between the European Ombudsman and the European Parliament. Politics and Governance, 5(3), 40-50. https://doi.org/10.17645/pag.v5i3.958
Nastase, A. (2016). Public Ethics at the European Commission: Politics, reform and individual views. (Routledge Studies on Government and European Union). London & New York: Routlegde.
Nastase, A. (2014). Catering to Organizational Needs in Ethics Management: The Case of the European Commission. International Journal of Public Administration, 37(2), 93-105. https://doi.org/10.1080/01900692.2013.836668
Nastase, A. (2013). Managing Ethics in the European Commission Services: from Rules to Values? Public Management Review, 15(1), 63-81. https://doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2012.664016
- "Romania: Survey of the Audit Function in Local Government", in K. Davey (ed.) Making Government Accountable: Local Government Audit in Post-Communist Europe. 2009. Budapest: OSI/ LGI, pages 209-242.
- "The Protection of Whistleblowers in Romania" (with Victor Alistar), in K. Stanorova and E. Sicakova-Beblava (eds.). Corruption and Anti-Corruption Measures in Central and Eastern Europe. 2009. Bratislava: NISPAcee Press, pages 225-246.
- "Romania" (with Iulia Cospanaru and Matthew Loftis), in The Global Corruption Report 2008, issued by Transparency International, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pages 261-266.