Stina Hartikainen

Associate Analyst, Central Eastern Europe and the Nordics

London

Stina is responsible for providing political, security and operational risk analysis for Central Eastern Europe and the Nordic countries within Control Risks’ Global Risk Analysis team.

  • Political & Economic Analysis & Forecasting
  • Political & Economic Risk Consulting


Stina is responsible for providing political, security and operational risk analysis for Central Eastern Europe and the Nordic countries within Control Risks’ Global Risk Analysis team.


Recent engagements that Stina has worked on include:
  • An analysis of the political and regulatory environment for a company looking to invest in the renewable energy sector in Romania, assessing political attitudes and key drivers affecting the trajectory of energy policy and regulatory risks in the sector.
  • An assessment of the political risk environment in in the transport and logistics sector in Poland, to support the decision-making process ahead of a major investment.
  • An in-depth threat assessment of Budapest (Hungary) to inform the selection of new facilities for a foreign investor.


Before joining Control Risks, Stina held a position as Senior Fellow at a foreign policy think tank, where she managed the unit responsible for policy output. She has previously held an internship at the Institute for Security and Development Policy in Stockholm, Sweden, where she provided research assistance on several projects focused on political and security issues in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

Stina holds a Master of Arts in International Peace and Security from King’s College London and a Master of Arts in Political Science from Uppsala University (Sweden). In addition to her native Swedish, she has a working knowledge of Norwegian and Danish. 

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