Jacques Delors Centre

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Nicole Koenig - Deputy Director

  • "I am leading the Centre’s think tank work on EU foreign and security policy, migration and institutional matters. It’s great to work at the interface between academia, the policy world and the media. A strong Franco-German dimension and clear international outlook makes it even more interesting." 

Sebastian Mack - Policy Fellow

  • "I am driving forward the Centre’s work on the regulation of European financial markets. Inspired by our founder Jacques Delors, my goal is to contribute to a European Union that serves all citizens. For me, a stable and sustainable financial system as well as fair play between businesses and consumers are indispensable prerequisites for a functioning democracy. At the Centre, we share Jacques Delors’ conviction that Europe is a wonderful place, and together we want to make it even better.”

Adina Maricut-Akbik - Research Fellow

  • “I am a postdoc at the Jacques Delors Centre researching accountability in EU economic governance. I liked working here from the beginning because of the Centre’s wide-ranging expertise in European politics, the active support of senior scholars in developing one’s research agenda, and the close-knit community of early career researchers studying similar topics. The Centre is a great place for anyone who seeks to build an academic or policy-focused career in European affairs.”

Vladimir Bogoeski - Research Fellow and PhD Candidate

  • "Being part of the Jacques Delors Centre has been an absolutely rewarding experience. As I study developments in EU labour law, the Centre offered me an interdisciplinary environment that gives a better understanding on theoretical insights and methods from other disciplines. This disciplinary diversity made me aware of various possibilities to explore a single issue which improved my own research approach immensely." 

Linda Hewitt - Press and Public Relations Officer

  • “My job is to keep the public informed about our latest publications; I also organise events at the Centre. What I appreciate about my work is that it is multifaceted as politics and research go together here. Our work is to be constantly confronted with pressing political issues while being actively involved with it. Always working with its fingers on the pulse of time makes it even greater!”