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Bianca Sarbu is a PhD candidate at the Center for Security Studies (CSS). Her dissertation, A Comparative Outlook on the Oil Production Sector in the Middle East and North African Countries, examines the motivations behind producer states' decisions to grant upstream control rights to International Oil Companies in the MENA region (or not). For the 2011/2012 academic year, Bianca Sarbu is a Fulbright visiting researcher at the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University in Washington DC.
Bianca Sarbu holds a Master's degree in Comparative and International Studies (MACIS) from ETH Zurich and a double undergraduate degree in Business Administration, and Communication Studies and Public Relations from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest and the National School of Administration and Political Science, respectively. During her studies, she was awarded a 10-month DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship at the University of Trier, Germany and also spent one semester at the University of Porto, Portugal in an Erasmus program. Prior to her doctoral studies, Bianca was involved in political research on water cooperation and conflict, UN humanitarian interventions, political risk analysis and energy security at the Center for International Relations and the CSS, both at ETH Zurich. Between 2009 and 2010, she was appointed a Youth Delegate of Romania to the United Nations where she served as a liaison between Romanian youth organizations, UN agencies and the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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