Roxana Radu is a Departmental Lecturer in Technology and Public Policy. Her research focuses on the governance of digital technologies and internet-related policymaking. She is the author of the monograph 'Negotiating Internet Governance' (Oxford University Press, 2019), inspired by her work with the diplomatic community in Geneva, Switzerland. Since 2020, she has been the Program Chair of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet).

Prior to joining the Blavatnik School, Roxana was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford and a Research Associate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. She holds a PhD (summa cum laude) in International Relations from the Graduate Institute and an MA in Political Science (with honours) from the Central European University. 



Negotiating Internet Governance. Oxford University Press, 2019

The Evolution of Global Internet Governance: Principles and Policies in the Making. Springer, 2014 (edited volume, with Jean-Marie Chenou and Rolf H. Weber)

Journal articles

Digital constitutionalism in the new era of Internet governance. International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2022 (with Giovanni de Gregorio)

Steering the governance of artificial intelligence: national strategies in perspective. Policy and Society, 2021

The governance of 5G infrastructure: between path dependency and risk-based approaches. Journal of Cybersecurity, 2021 (with Cedric Amon)

Normfare: norm entrepreneurship in Internet governance. Telecommunications Policy, 2021 (with Matthias C. Kettemann, Trisha Meyer and Jamal Shahin)

Fighting the “infodemic”: legal responses to COVID-19 disinformation. Social Media and Society, 2020

Consolidation in the DNS resolver market: how much, how fast, how dangerous? Journal of Cyber Policy, 2020 (with Michael Hausding)

The “right to be forgotten”: negotiating public and private ordering in the European Union. Business & Society, 2017 (with Jean-Marie Chenou)