Delfinë Elshani

economics, migration issues, trade, privatization and budgetary planning

Delfinë Elshani is a Senior Research Fellow at GLPS. Her research focuses on topics related to economics, migration issues, trade, privatization, budgetary process and practices of government institutions, as well as rule of law. As a Research Fellow, Delfinë frequently engages with various Kosovo institutions and government ministries, as well as political parties and municipal representatives.

Prior to joining GLPS, Delfinë worked as an audit assistant at Grant Thornton LLC in Prishtina. She also worked as an intern at Medical Group LLC, and at Banka e Re e Kosoves. Delfinë has an MSc in Economics for Business Analysis from Staffordshire University in the United Kingdom as well as a BSc in Applied Arts and Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology (earned through the American University of Kosovo) with a major degree in Management and Entrepreneurship and minor degree in Public Policy.

Involved in the following publications:

October 20, 2017

Policy Reports

The Performance of the Kosovo Competition Authority

November 11, 2017


A Modern Definition of the Scope of Corruption

January 4, 2018

Policy Analysis

The Assessment of the First 100 Days of Government

May 2, 2018


A Budget to Rule Them All!!!

September 26, 2018

Policy Reports

(Un) Leveling the Field: A Competition Tale!

June 4, 2018

Policy Notes

An ERA of Stagnation

November 14, 2018

Policy Analysis

What about Free Trade? Spotlight on Kosovo and SAA!

January 14, 2020


Kosovo Air – Reaching New Lows