Undersecretary of State, Secretary of Economic Council. Warsaw School of Economics and University of Warsaw graduate. Previously, macroeconomic correspondent for Reuters in Warsaw (2006-2011), economist at BPH Bank (2011) and starting from 2012 Counsellor at the Office of the Economic Council to the Prime Minister and at Department of Strategic Analyses.
Prof. Marcus Jachtenfuchs
Professor in Hertie School of Governance. He teaches European and Global Governance. After studying political science in Mainz, Paris, Berlin and Bruges, he received his PhD from EUI in Florence in 1994. He worked as the Mannheim Centre for Europen Social Research and completed his post-doctoral thesis at the University of Manheim.
Dr Kirsten Westphal
SWP senior associate (division: Global Issues). Her expertise covers International Energy Relations, Global Energy Security, Limits to Regional and Global Governance in Europe, Russia, Caspian Basin and the Americas, Domestic and External Energy Policy of Germany and the EU.
Kate Hansen Bundt
Secretary General of the Norwegian Atlantic Committee since April 2010. From 1990—1993 she was a fellow/researcher with the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI). Between 1993—2005, she worked as a research leader with the research foundation “Europaprogrammet” (the European Programme). Her area of expertise and interest includes the development of European diplomacy, European integration, and Germany’s political development and particular role in Europe (EU) as well as trans-Atlantic relations (NATO).
Prof. Krystyna Iglicka-Okólska
Social demographer, professor of economics, rector of Łazarski University, Polish government expert on migration policy. Her research area include changes in fertility patterns during the demographic transition, strategies and mechanisms of emigration in the CEE region, labour mobility, East-West European migration, immigration and integration models, EU immigration policy, patterns of return migration, brain-drain and mobility of highly skilled labour.