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Monitoring the Berlin Process: From Paris to Trieste
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
ARDIAN HACKAJ
Ardian Hackaj is Director of ShtetiWeb.org, the public policy platform of
Cooperation and Development Institute. He has authored many research works
on the Berlin Process, EU Enlargement and Economic policies in the WB. Mr.
Hackaj has held management positions at the College of Europe, International
Organization for Migration, United Nations and the EUÂ Commission. He holds
an MA from College of Europe, a BA in Economics from Université Lumière, Lyon II, and a
University Diploma from Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Lyon.
GENTIOLA MADHI
Gentiola Madhi is a researcher in EU enlargement and Western Balkans’
regional cooperation. She is a member of the CDI research team on the ‘Berlin
Process Series’. Ms. Madhi is an alumna of the College of Europe, Bruges,
where she received a M.A. in EU International Relations and Diplomacy. She
also holds a B.A. in International Studies and a M.Sc. in International Relations
and European Studies, both from the University of Florenceand a post-graduate diploma in
Advanced European Studies from the European College of Parma.
KRISELA HACKAJ
Krisela Hackaj holds an MBA from Bocconi University (Italy) in “Public
Administration and International Organizations” and an MS in “International
Career and in International and European Institutions” from University of Parma.
She has a long experience in EU territorial regional cooperation programmes.
She is a member of the research team of the CDI Berlin Process Series, where
she covers strategic policy cycle, good governance and youth policy areas.Since 2011 she is
Executive Director of the Cooperation and Development Institute.
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