Susana Coroado is a research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon (ICS-UL), in the project “Ethics in Public Life” and a 2021-22 Re:Constitution Fellow. She concluded her PhD at ICS-UL in 2020 on the risks capture of Portuguese regulatory agencies. She holds a MA in International Law from SOAS and a BA in Political Science and International Relations from NOVA University of Lisbon. She has also studied at Sciences-Po Paris and University Pompeu Fabra. Susana’s research and publications on lobbying, corruption or regulation. Since 2020, she is also the chair of Transparency International Portugal (pro bono).
Keywords: Corruption; Regulation; Regulatory Agencies; Lobbying; Ethics.
An analysis of the capture risks that Portuguese regulators are subject to, by measuring the levels of independence and accountability in their relationship with political power and regulated companies.