RT2’s central objective is to go beyond existing knowledge contributing to answer the question whether governance responses to the crisis have hampered or facilitated the resolution of broader slow-burning macro-economic imbalances.
The policy focus on RT2 is macro-economic policies and their underlying ideational frames.
Transversal questions to be discussed in light of the still controversial macro-economic choices favored following the crisis: (1) Debates on the normative and ideational frames underpinning current macro-economic choices; (2) Macro-economic and fiscal modes of governance affecting the implementation of structural reforms within individual countries; (3) Shifting roles and prospects of regulatory and supervisory actors in tackling slow-burning crises.
@ Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies, 121 Bay State Road
Leonard Seabrooke Prof. at the Department of Business and Politics; ENLIGHTEN Project’s Chief Scientist
Amandine Crespy Université Libre de Bruxelles - Lecturer
Athanasios Orphanides Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Professor of the Practice of Global Economics and Management
Loukas Tsoukalis Harvard University - Pierre Keller Visiting Prof. At the Harvard Kennedy School
Ramona Coman Université Libre de Bruxelles - Director of the Institut d'Etudes Européennes
Cornel Ban Boston University / Copenhagen Business School - Professor of International Relations
Benjamin Braun Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies - Postdoctoral Fellow
Laszlo Andor Prof. of European Economic Governance; Former EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
Paul Tucker Harvard University - Former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England
Matthias Matthijs Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies - Assistant Prof. of International Political Economy
Frederik Ponjaert Université Libre de Bruxelles - Researcher
Georg Fischer Yale University - European Union Commission Visiting Fellow at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area
Colin Brown Harvard University - Lecturer on Government, Comparative Politics, Migration, Political Parties and Western Europe
Maja Savevska Université Libre de Bruxelles - Associate Researcher
Gerry Van Der Kamp-Alons Radboud University Nijmegen - Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Political Science Department
Pieter De Wilde Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin-WZB - Research Fellow of the Research Unit
Daniela Caruso Jean Monnet European Union Professor of Law
Jacques Rupnik Sciences Po Paris - Research Director at the CERI
Daniela Gabor University of the West of England - Associate Professor of Law
Chris Bickerton University of Cambridge - University Lecturer in politics at POLIS; Official Fellow at Queens’ College
Renaud Dehousse Sciences Po Paris - an Monnet Chair in European Union Law and Political; Director of the Centre d’études européennes
Vivien Schmidt Boston University / Université Libre de Bruxelles /Jean Monnet Prof. of European Integration; Founding Director of BU’s Center
Klaus F. Zimmermann Harvard University / Princeton University - Professor
Johan Robberecht Université Libre de Bruxelles - Policy Outreach Coordinator and Manager for EU Higher Education and Research Projects
Christophe Nijdam Finance Watch - Secretary General
Valeria Rouxel-Laxton Delegation of the EU to the United States in Washinton D.C.