Jean Pisani-Ferry holds the Tommaso Padoa Schioppa chair of the European University Institute and is a Senior Fellow at Bruegel, Brussels. He teaches economics at Sciences Po Paris and the Hertie School of Governance. In the first half of 2017, he contributed to Emmanuel Macron’s presidential bid as the Director of Programme and Ideas of his campaign. Previously, he served from 2013 to end-2016 as Commissioner-General of France Stratégie, the ideas lab of the French government. Prior to this, he was the Founding Director of Bruegel from 2005 to 2013, Executive President of the French PM’s Council of Economic Analysis (2001-2002), Senior Economic Adviser to the French Minister of Finance (1997-2000), Director of CEPII, the French institute for international economics (1992-1997), and Economic Adviser with the European Commission (1989-92). He taught at University Paris-Dauphine, École Polytechnique, École Centrale and the Free University of Brussels. His publications include numerous books and articles on economic policy and European policy issues. He has also been an active contributor to public debates with regular columns in the international media.
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- Professor Pisani-Ferry’s column on Project Syndicate.
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George Papaconstantinou has served government at the highest level, as cabinet minister, member of parliament and MEP. As Greece’s Finance Minister and subsequently Minister of Environment and Energy, he guided implementation of an ambitious and wide-ranging governance reform programme relating to budget and revenue processes, market liberalisation, as well as to publicly owned corporations and the divestment of state assets. In the earlier part of his career, he was a senior economist at the OECD, subsequently served in a policy advisory capacity for the Greek government, was a Board member of the largest telecoms company in Greece, taught at the Athens University of Economics and Business and consulted for the European Commission and international think-tanks. Since leaving public office, his work has focused on economic and financial policy-related analysis and governance issues. He has recently published Game Over: The Inside Story of the Greek Crisis. At the School of Transnational Governance, and in collaboration with the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Prof. Papaconstantinou will be leading the Transformation of Global Governance project, a major research and policy analysis endeavour initiated by the EUI. Its aim is to decipher the transformation of global governance underway in a series of fields and to assess the effectiveness of the emerging global governance arrangements.
Adrien Bradley is Research Associate for the Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa Chair. He holds Master’s degrees in International Relations and European Affairs, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Japanese language and Culture. His research interests include the challenges of global governance and international politics, politics in the EU, France, the US and Japan, as well as energy issues.
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