I am an Associate Professor (ro. conferentiar universitar) at the University of Bucharest, in the Faculty of Business and Administration, where I mainly teach classes on governance, public policies, and academic ethics. I’ve previously worked as an Assistant Lecturer (ro. asistent universitar) at the National University of Political Science and Public Administration (SNSPA), in the Faculty of Public Administration, teaching a diverse range of subjects in political science and public administration. I am also the director of the Bucharest Center for Political Theory and a member of the Justice Everywhere cooperative of political theorists. For the academic year 2022-2023 I will also be a NEC-AMEROPA Fellow at New Europe College, in Bucharest. My research is mainly focused on political theory, primarily on topics such as voting, democracy, and justice. Aside from publishing in international outlets, I also try to contribute to enhancing the public understanding of political and ethical issues in Romania, especially through books which are aimed at a non-specialized audience. Aside from my newest book, forthcoming in 2023 titled Limitele electoratului. Cine ar trebui sa poata vota intr-o democratie? [The Limits of the Electorate. Who Should Be Enfranchised in a Democracy?], the most recent such books are: