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Marco Giuli joined the EPC in 2015 as Policy Analyst in the Sustainable Prosperity Programme and the Europe in the World Programme, where he focuses on the internal and external dimension of the EU energy policy.
Before that, he was Research Fellow at the Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation (2008-2015) in Brussels, taking responsibility for research in EU political economy and overall management for the Challenging Citizens Programme; visiting researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS, 2008) in Brussels and trainee for the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade (ICE, 2006-2007) in Milan and Moscow.
He holds a MA in the Economics of European Integration from the University of Bologna and a BA in International Relations from the University of Rome (Sapienza). Marco also contributes with op-eds, articles, and teaching activities to external specialized reviews and training programmes.
Coordination or support to several activities of the Sustainable Prosperity Programme, including the Climate and Energy Platform and the Single Market Roundtable, and support to the Europe in the World Programme
Area of expertise
EU internal market for energy; energy security and energy diplomacy; international political economy of energy; EU-Russia energy relations; Energy poverty; EU Single Market
LanguagesEnglish, French, Italian, basic Russian
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