Head of programme Europe's Political Economy
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Fabian Zuleeg is Chief Economist at the EPC, in charge of the Europe’s Political Economy Programme.
He leads the EPC’s work in the Economic Policy Forum, working closely with decision makers in the European institutions. He is responsible for the EPC’s work on the Economic and Monetary Union, the European Single Market (in particular the Digital Single Market), European labour markets, the EU budget and PPPs, health and well-being, and environment and energy issues.
His current work focuses on the economic and Euro crises, Europe’s economic future and the future sustainability of Europe’s economic and social models in light of challenges such as demographics. He is particularly interested in how European policy and economic governance can address Europe’s dual growth crisis: a low aggregate growth rate and growth divergence, increasing disparities between countries.
Fabian regularly comments on current economic issues in the EU in the media. He also chairs and contributes to a wide range of debates, conferences and seminars and has researched and published widely on European economic and social policies.
Coordinator of the Europe's Political Economy programme.
Area of expertise
European political economy, economic governance/EMU, Europe's long term economic future, EU budget, Single Market, European labour markets, the sustainability of Europe's economic and social model, PPPs, eco-innovation and well-being
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