Christian Hanelt

Christian-P. Hanelt works as Senior Expert in the project "Strategies for the EU Neighbourhood". During the refugee crisis, he was involved in concepts on how the EU can address the causes of flight and migration.

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Dr. Dominik Hierlemann

Dominik Hierlemann, born in 1976, began working for the Bertelsmann Stiftung in 2004 and is currently in charge of the "Democracy and Participation in Europe" project.

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Frank Eich

Dr Frank Eich studied economics at the University of Constance and the London School of Economics. Frank has over 20 years of experience as an economist, working in the public and private sectors in Europe and the United States.

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Gabriele Schöler

Short Vita: Study English language and literature (Magister (German University Degree)) Bonn, Germany; London Language(s) German, English, French, Russian

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Joachim Fritz-Vannahme

Jahrgang 1955, arbeitet seit 2007 bei der Bertelsmann Stiftung. Dort leitete er bis 2018 das Programm Europas Zukunft, seither ist er Senior Advisor für Europafragen.

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Markus Overdiek

Markus joined the Bertelsmann Stiftung as a project manager in the project “Megatrends” in 2019. His interdisciplinary undergraduate studies at the University of Leipzig had a focus on business and economics (Thesis: Austerity – The Case of Ireland). Markus holds a master’s degree in “Public Policy” with a specialization in economics from the University of Münster.

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Miriam Kosmehl

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Natascha Hainbach

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Philipp Schulz

Philipp is currently in his last phase of an economics master program in Berlin. He recently started working on questions about the European economy at Bertelsmann Foundation.

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Prof. Dr. Christian Kastrop

Since January 1, 2018 Christian Kastrop is Director of the Program Europe’s Future at the Bertelsmann Stiftung, Gütersloh. Prior to that, he was Director of the OECD's Department of Policy Studies in Paris from 2014, where he was responsible for economic and political studies as well as for economic and finance policy concept development.

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Stefani Weiss

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Theresa Küspert

Theresa Küspert holds a bachelor’s degree in “Philosophy and Economics” from the University of Bayreuth. During her bachelor studies, Theresa worked as an intern at the DIW in the Energy, Transportation and Environment Department and at the economics consultancy DIW Econ in Berlin.

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Thomas Rausch

Thomas is senior project manager at Bertelsmann Stiftung’s Global Economic Dynamics (GED) project. His research interests include the political economy of globalization and global governance.

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