Barbora focuses mainly on transportation regulation in fast-paced digital environment to make it more customer-oriented, competitive and efficient. She is lobbying for strategic change in regulation and institutional mind-set. Barbora is responsible for competition issues and public and institutional affairs of LEO Express on CEE and EU level, also representing its interests in ALLRAIL, Europe’s new rail association based in Brussels and in various working groups of European Commission. She likes identification and application of behavioral economy and policy nudges in both private and public agenda-setting. Barbora studied in the Czech Republic, France and Switzerland and she holds a degree in Law, Media and Marketing & PR.

Last edited in October, 2017.

Share this on social media

Support Aspen Institute

The support of our corporate partners, individual members and donors is critical to sustaining our work. We encourage you to join us at our roundtable discussions, forums, symposia, and special event dinners.

These web pages use cookies to provide their services. You get more information about the cookies after clicking on the button “Detailed setting”. You can set the cookies which we will be able to use, or you can give us your consent to use all the cookies by clicking on the button “Allow all”. You can change the setting of cookies at any time in the footer of our web pages.
Cookies are small files saved in your terminal equipment, into which certain settings and data are saved, which you exchange with our pages by means of your browser. The contents of these files are shared between your browser and our servers or the servers of our partners. We need some of the cookies so that our web page could function properly, we need others for analytical and marketing purposes.