Alexandru Moise received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Central European University, in September 2019. His current research focusses on the political determinants of access to healthcare and health inequalities. Specifically, he investigates how party ideology, clientelism, and public opinion influence each other and ultimately impact health policy and health outcomes. His research uses a mix of survey experiments, statistical analysis of observational data, and qualitative case studies.
He is also engaged in several projects investigating the health policy and welfare impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among them, he is part of the CIVICA Grant Project WELDECO (Welfare, Democracy, and Populism under the COVID-19 Crisis) together with researchers from CEU, LSE, and Bocconi universities.
His broader research interests span political economy, welfare studies and party politics.
Alex is currently a part-time Assistant Professor at the EUI, teaching quantitative methods. He was previously a Visiting Lecturer at Ilia State University in Georgia, where he taught courses in methods and political economy.
He also teaches Regression Analysis and Programming with R, at the European Consortium for Political Research’s Summer and Winter Schools in Methods (2019-2021). As a teaching assistant he has several years of experience teaching statistics and political economy topics at Central European University and ECPR Summer and Winter Schools.