Erëza Pula

economics, foreign direct investment, good governance

Erëza Pula is a Senior Research Fellow at GLPS. Her work includes quantitative and qualitative research mainly on economics, foreign direct investment, good governance and rule of law, financing of political parties, labour market, wage inequality, and, amongst others, trade related topics. In her role as a Research Fellow, Erëza also engages with various Kosovo institutions and agencies, as well as international institutions and civil society organizations.

Prior to joining GLPS, Erëza worked as a research assistant to Professor Hashi at Staffordshire University, and as a teaching assistant in Macroeconomics and Microeconomics at ABB-Riinvest. She also worked as a project assistant at the Kosovar Civil Society Foundation. Erëza has finished a Project Management Certificate Program from the University of California in Los Angeles. She holds an MSc in Economics from Staffordshire University in the United Kingdom and a BA in Business Administration from the American University in Bulgaria, with a major degree in Finance and Operations Management and a minor degree in International Relations and Politics.

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

May 2, 2018


A Budget to Rule Them All!!!

July 20, 2018


Tight-rope walkers: Trade (un) balance in Kosovo

January 10, 2018


(Lack of?) Transparency of Party Funding in Kosovo

September 26, 2018

Policy Reports

(Un) Leveling the Field: A Competition Tale!

November 14, 2018

Policy Analysis

What about Free Trade? Spotlight on Kosovo and SAA!

August 13, 2019

Policy Analysis

State Aid in Kosovo: A Wake-up Call