Andrej Nosko, PhD
Andrej Nosko, PhD is a Central European energy expert, researcher, and visiting lecturer at Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, and Co-Executive Director at PILnet.
Dr. Nosko's academic interests include the political economy of security, energy policy of European countries and regional cooperation in Central Europe (Visegrad 4), and issues of political and energy transition.
Dr. Nosko advised governments, businesses and civil society organizations, lectured, and authored papers on energy policies of Central European countries. He was member of number of advisory boards, including the Advisory Board for International EU funded Project Enabling the Energy Union through understanding the drivers of individual and collective energy choices in Europe (ENABLE.EU) and Southeast Europe Leadership for Development and Integrity (SELDI) International Advisory Board. He worked as an independent researcher and consultant, and served as an external advisor to the Defense Review Consultation Committee of Ministry of Defense of Slovak Republic (2010). Dr. Nosko also worked with and led an international group of researchers advocating for closer transnational cooperation in improving energy security in Europe.
Dr. Nosko defended his PhD (Summa Cum Laude) in Political Science at Central European University in Budapest (CEU) in 2013, with dissertation on “Energy Security in Transition: Coping with Energy Import Dependence in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.”
In the past, he worked for European Commission on law enforcement and internal security policy cooperation, and was a head of division at an international philanthropic foundation overseeing work related to policy research and innovation, democracy and governance, anti-corruption, and law enforcement.
The full list of publications, speaking engagements, and current projects is available through menu above. His full professional bio can be found on LinkedIn.