Bogdan Iancu, LL.B. at the Al. I Cuza University of Iași, Romania; Dr. iur and LL.M. (CEU, Budapest), is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest.
He has researched at various law faculties and institutes in Europe and North America (Doctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Toronto and Yale Law School, 2000-1; Boulton Fellowship at McGill's Faculty of Law, 2002-4; Alexander von Humboldt Fellow in Bremen and Berlin, 2008-10; Max Planck Fellowship in Heidelberg, 2018).
Bogdan's teaching and writing focus on Romanian and comparative constitutional law, EU constitutionalism and emerging rule of law conditionalities, history of constitutionalism and constitutional theory.
Representative recent publications: Bogdan Iancu and Elena Simina Tănăsescu (eds.), Governance and Constitutionalism: Law, Politics and Institutional Neutrality (London: Routledge, 2018); 'Rashomon in Bukarest: Korruptionsbekämpfung als Kampfzone', in Osteuropa, Heft 6-8 -'Durchblick: Politik und Gesellschaft in Rumänien', pp. 205-18 (2019); 'Quod licet Jovi non licet bovi?: The Venice Commission as Norm Entrepreneur', in Vol. 11, Issue 1, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, 189-221 (April 2019) ; Romania-The Vagaries of International Grafts on Unsettled Constitutions (chapter/report) in Anneli Albi (ed.), The Role and Future of National Constitutions in European and Global Governance (The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press & Springer, 2019), pp. 1047-1095.