London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London, UK
Elisabet is Project Manager and Researcher at LSE Consulting. She has over three years of experience in writing and coordinating project proposals for a wide variety of UK and EU clients. As a project manager, she supports academic teams to meet project requirements and manages relationships with clients. Throughout her time at LSE Consulting, she has developed strong working relationships with the British Council, the Council of Europe and the Committee of the Regions, among other public bodies.
In her research capacity, she contributes to projects by undertaking desk research, qualitative research and analysis, and writing up findings. She has experience disseminating research reports and supports academic teams in tailoring messages to audiences beyond academia. She has co-authored five reports, four of which are publicly available:
The Conference on the Future of Europe: Putting Local and Regional Authorities at the Heart of European Democratic Renewal Authors: Michael Bruter, Sarah Harrison, Elisabet Vives and Miriam Sorace Date: October 2021 Client: European Committee of the Regions
The Big Conversation – International Cooperation on Climate Change Authors: Michael Bruter, Sarah Harrison, Sandra Obradovic and Elisabet Vives Date: June 2021 Client: British Council
The Big Conversation Research Pilot Authors: Michael Bruter, Sarah Harrison, Sandra Obradovic and Elisabet Vives Date: April 2021 Client: British Council
Progress Review and Final Evaluation of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina 2018-2021 Authors: Max Fras, Will Bartlett, Elisabet Vives, Enkeleida Tahiraj and Tena Prelec Date: April 2021 Client: Council of Europe
She is primarily interested in projects on Democratic Governance, Public Opinion and Political Attitudes, Public Policy, Gender and Social Inequalities and Education.
Elisabet holds an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from the LSE, as well as a BA in History (University of Barcelona) and a BA in Philosophy (Ramon Llull University). She is fluent in Catalan, English and Spanish and has a working capacity in French.