Aneta Világi is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia and Vice Dean for International Relations at its Faculty of Arts. She studies Slovak politics, European integration and research methodology. Her current work on Euroscepticism and anti-democratic politics draws on qualitative fieldwork and social science experiments in Slovakia.
Világi has written on a range of topics, including Slovak elections to national and European parliaments, ethnic minorities in Slovakia and popular perceptions. She chaired the international project of the EC programme „Europe for Citizens “, which aimed to improve expert´s comprehension of popular attitudes towards the EU. Currently she is working on research project mapping political landscape before the national elections in Slovakia. Világi shares her insights with media on regular basis including Slovak national broadcaster (TV & radio), print media and foreign media as Financial Times, New York Times, AFP, etc.