Olga Löblová is a Visiting Professor at the School of Public Policy. Her research interests focus on health policy in particular, and public policy in general. She is particularly interested in the politics of health-care priority-setting and reimbursement decision-making. She holds a PhD from Central European University (2016; Public Policy track) and MA degrees from the College of Europe (2010) and Sciences Po Paris (2009). Olga has been a visiting lecturer at Sciences Po Paris, collège universitaire de Dijon (2014-present), and a visiting professor at College of Europe, Bruges, where she developed and taught a workshop in professional development in European Health, Consumer and Risk Policy (2015 and 2016). In addition to her academic work, she has five years of experience as a consultant in European and global health policy, and in Brussels pharmaceutical lobbying.
Olga is one of the founding members and a former student chair of CEU's Health Research Group. She reads and writes in Czech, English, French, and German; she also speaks Polish and some Hungarian.
Her fields of interest include EU health policy, national health policy, health care priority-setting, welfare state, and Central and Eastern European politics.
At SPP, Olga teaches mandatory courses in public policy: Public Policy Process and Analysis I and II, Jean Monnet Module on European Integration, and Comparative Politics II.