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Johannes Greubel
Policy Analyst

Johannes Greubel is a Policy Analyst in the European Politics and Institutions Programme. He joined the EPC in November 2018 as Research Assistant to the Chief Executive and the Director of Studies. At the EPC, he has worked on issues such as EU governance, inter-institutional relations, the Conference on the Future of Europe and better regulation. He has coordinated a number of projects, including the Horizon 2020 projects PRO-RES and EU-IDEA.

Before joining the EPC, he worked as a lecturer and research assistant at the Jean-Monnet-Chair for European Studies and International Relations at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg. Prior to that, he gained experience at the Hanns-Seidel-Foundation Germany, and during internships at the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation in Berlin and the German Bundestag.

Johannes holds a Master's degree with distinction in Political Science and Sociology from the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg. He also studied at the University of Kent in Canterbury and undertook a DAAD research fellowship at the Jawaharlal-Nehru-University New Delhi.

PROGRAMME

European Politics and Institutions

PROJECTs

Governing platforms project, Pro-Res, Project Presidency

Areas of expertise

EU Governance, Germany, Better Regulation, European elections, future of Europe

Current positions

Education

MA in Political and Social Sciences, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
BA in Political and Social Studies, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany

Languages

German, English

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Publications

Citizen participation / REPORT
Moving EuropE Together, through citizens’ deliberations
By Corina Stratulat , Johannes Greubel , Lucasta Bath - 28/06/2022
European Commission / DISCUSSION PAPER
The von der Leyen European Commission at midterm: Same priorities, different reality
By Corina Stratulat , Annika Hedberg , Stefan Sipka , Janis A. Emmanouilidis , Johannes Greubel , Francesco De Angelis , Laura Rayner , Danielle Brady , Perle Petit , Silvia Carta , Andrea García Rodríguez , Simon Dekeyrel , Melanie Fessler , Tommaso Grossi , Emily Fitzpatrick , Elizabeth Kuiper , Marta Mucznik - 13/06/2022
Conference on the Future of Europe / DRAFT BLUEPRINT & TIMELINE
After the Conference on the Future of Europe – Moving into a new era
By Corina Stratulat , Janis A. Emmanouilidis , Johannes Greubel , Georg Riekeles - 06/05/2022
Democracy / REPORT
Moving EuropE Together, one citizens’ agora at a time
By Corina Stratulat , Johannes Greubel - 02/03/2022
Future of Europe / REPORT
Conference on the Future of Europe: What worked, what now, what next?
By Corina Stratulat , Johannes Greubel , Theodora Famprikezi , Georg Riekeles , Perle Petit , Dominik Hierlemann - 22/02/2022


Contributions

Integration / CONTRIBUTION
Perspectives on the EU from the centre of European societies
Johannes Greubel contributed to the drafting of a study published by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, in cooperation with the Egmont Institute and ifok. The study aims to analyse how citizens at the centre of the political spectrum look at European integration and the challenges the EU faces today. 

You can read it here.

22 March 2022 - ,
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Egmont Institute, ifok
Conference on the Future of Europe / CONTRIBUTION
A ROCKY ROAD TO REFORM? Facilitating Concrete Output and Follow-up from the Conference
Johannes Greubel authored a chapter in the first issue of the Future Europe journal entitled "Europe's window of opportunity: Why the EU needs to reform after the Conference." 

You can read it here.

21 February 2022 - ,
Future Europe
Future of Europe / BOOK
Towards a Win-Win Package Deal and More Effective Decision-making in a Union Faced with Disruptive Change
In chapter 11 of the book “European Futures: Challenges and Crossroads for the European Union of 2050”, Johannes Greubel and Fabian Zuleeg analyse the current state of the EU, arguing that whereas progress has been made in a lot of areas during the past years, there is still a lot of unfinished business and fundamental challenges that member states need to address. In order to counter those challenges, the EU27 need to agree on a win-win package deal in many policy areas and improve the EU’s decision-making system. 

You can find the full publication here.


“European Futures: Challenges and Crossroads for the European Union of 2050”
31 March 2021 - London,
Routledge


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