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From: Lithuania

At LCC Since: 2013

Key Areas

  • Catholics Social Thought
  • Just Transition Policy
  • European Studies


After philosophy and theology studies at Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas (Lithuania), Elena Šiaudvytienė earned her Bachelor’s and Licentiate degrees in Social Sciences from the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome, Italy. The role of the third sector in creating new jobs in Europe was the focus of her Licentiate thesis research. In 2008 Elena Šiaudvytienė completed a Master’s degree in European Studies from the Institute of International Relations and Political Science (IIRPS) at Vilnius University (Lithuania). In her Master's thesis research, she compared the concepts of subsidiarity in Catholic Social Teaching and the EU law. Elena Šiaudvytienė is currently an external Ph.D. student at the IIRPS. In 2021 she started another Ph.D. program in Social Sciences at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum). In addition, she participates in CREATE (Catholic social teaching Rome Exchange: Advanced Training Experience) Initiative and is a Laudato Si’ Scholarship holder. Elena Šiaudvytienė is conducting evaluation research of Lithuania’s just transition policy framework from the perspective of Catholic Integral Ecology.


Neofunkcionalistinės “persiliejimo” sąvokos raida kaip istorinės žiūros problema

LCC author(s): Elena Šiaudvytienė

Vilniaus universiteto leidykla., 2014.

Istorijos dimensija neoscholastinėje Europos integracijos sampratoje.

LCC author(s): Elena Šiaudvytienė

Politologija, 72 (4), Vilnius, 12/2013, 43-71., 2013.