Oliver Daddow – University of Leicester
Oliver Daddow is a Reader in International Politics at the University of Leicester. His research interests include British foreign policy since 1945, discourses of Euroscepticism within the UK, and critical historiography. He is the author of New Labour and the European Union: Blair and Brown’s Logic of History (Manchester University Press, 2011).
Jon Danielsson is a reader in finance at the LSE. His research interests include financial risk modelling, regulation of financial markets, models of extreme market movements, market liquidity, and financial crisis. He has published extensively in both academic and practitioner journals, and has presented his work in a number of universities, public institutions, and private firms.
Zsolt Darvas - Bruegel
Zsolt Darvas is a Research Fellow at Bruegel. He is also Research Fellow at the Institute of Economics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Associate Professor at the Corvinus University of Budapest. From 2005 to 2008, he was the Research Advisor of the Argenta Financial Research Group in Budapest. Before that, he worked at the research unit of the Central Bank of Hungary (1994-2005) where he served as Deputy Head. His research interests include macroeconomics, international economics, central banking and time series analysis.
Dimitris Daskalopoulos is the chairman of the Federation of Hellenic Enterprises (SEV) and a business entrepreneur. He is today the Chairman of DAMMA Holdings SA, a financial services and investment company. His full CV is here.
Simon Davies is founder of the watchdog group Privacy International. He has been a visiting scholar at the University of Greenwich and the University of Essex, a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at George Washington University and for 14 years until 2011 was appointed to the London School of Economics, where he taught the MSc Masters course in “Privacy & Data Protection”. He is also co-director of the LSE’s Policy Engagement Network and is currently a project director with the LSE.
Joseph Daul – Chairman of the EPP Group of the European Parliament
Joseph Daul was elected to the European Parliament in 1999. Since 2002 he has been the Chairman of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, and under his chairmanship, the committee contributed significantly to the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy in 2003. He is also chairman of the European Parliamentary Association which has its seat in Strasbourg and which aims to help give parliamentary life a more convivial dimension, allowing Members of the European Parliament also to establish contacts in academic, economic and cultural circles.
Antoine Dechezleprêtre – LSE Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change
Antoine Dechezleprêtre joined the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment in October 2009 as a Post Doctoral Researcher. (email@example.com)
Pieterjan Desmet – University of Amsterdam
Pieterjan Desmet is a PhD candidate at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research. His research focuses on citizens’ evaluations of the democratic performance of the European Union. It is part of the ELECDEM project which takes a comprehensive approach to the study of electoral democracy.
Heribert Dieter – German Institute for International and Security Affairs
Heribert Dieter is a Senior Fellow in the Global Issues Research Unit at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin. He is also an Associate Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation of the World Economy at the University of Warwick.
Dionyssis G. Dimitrakopoulos – Birkbeck College, University of London
Dionyssis G. Dimitrakopoulos is Senior Lecturer in Politics at Birkbeck College,University ofLondon. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has held an individual Marie Curie Post-Doctoral Fellowship atOxford (Dept. of Politics & International Relations andNuffieldCollege) and the National Bank of Greece Senior Fellowship at the LSE’s Hellenic Observatory/European Institute. He has also worked as a stagiaire in the Secretariat General of the European Commission.
Anneliese Dodds – Aston University
Anneliese Dodds is a Lecturer in Public Policy at Aston University’s Sociology and Public Policy group. Previously she was based at King’s College London, where I was a Lecturer in Public Policy and Acting Director of the King’s NIHR Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre. She also directed the Risk Programme within the PSSQ Research Centre. Her research interests include comparative public policy, and risk and regulation.
Jasper Doomen – Leiden University
Jasper Doomen is a lecturer in law at Leiden University and has previously been active in the same capacity at Utrecht University. He holds an M.A. in Philosophy (LeidenUniversity, 2003) and a J.D. (Utrecht University, 2005). His publications are mainly in the fields of philosophy and law.
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott – University of Oxford
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott is Professor of European and Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford. Before coming to Oxford, she was Professor of Law at King’s College London. She works primarily within the field of EU Public Law and legal and social theory, specializing, in particular, in EU human rights law. She is the author of the monograph , ‘Constitutional Law of the EU’, (2nd edition, forthcoming 2013). She has published widely on EU human rights law, including articles on freedom of expression (especially on hate speech), and on the importance of maintaining human rights in the face of EU and national fights against terrorism.
John Doukas – Old Dominion University, Virginia
Dr. John Doukas is the founding and managing editor of European Financial Management (EFM), the leading journal in European finance. He is also the founder of the European Financial Management Association (EFMA). He is the William B. Spong Jr. Chair in Finance and Eminent Scholar at Old Dominion University, Virginia (United States). He is also an Associate of the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom). He earned his Ph.D. in Financial Economics at Stern School of Business, New York University.
Andrew Duff MEP– European Federalists
Andrew Duff is President of the Union of European Federalists and spokesman on constitutional affairs for the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE).www.andrewduff.eu @Andrew_Duff_MEP
Patrick Dunleavy is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he has worked since 1979. He was educated at Corpus Christi College and Nuffield College, Oxford, where he gained his D.Phil. He has authored and edited numerous books on political science theory, British politics and urban politics, as well as more than 50 articles in professional journals. His current research includes a seven country study of how central governments relate to the IT industry for the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council.
Jelena Dzankic – European University Institute
Jelena Dzankic holds a PhD from the Faculty of Politics, Psychology and Social Sciences (PPSIS) at the University of Cambridge (New Hall College). Her academic interests fall within the fields of transition of SEE countries, Europeanization, politics of identity and citizenship. Prior to joining the European University Institute, Jelena was part of the CITSEE team at the University of Edinburgh. She has published several articles on the politics of the Balkan region, and since 2009 she has been the country expert on Montenegro at the European Union Democracy Observatory (EUDO) on Citizenship at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
Ana Echagüe - Fride
Ana Echagüe is a senior researcher at FRIDE. Prior to joining FRIDE, she was deputy director at the University of the Middle East Project,Madrid. She has also worked as a financial analyst at Lehman Brothers,London. Her research focuses on political reform in the Arab world, democratisation,Yemen,Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Spyros Economides – LSE Hellenic Observatory
Dr Spyros Economides is Senior Lecturer in International Relations and European Politics in the European Institute at the London School of Economics, and is Acting Director of the Hellenic Observatory. He received the Robert Mackenzie Prize for his doctoral thesis on The International Implications of the Greek Civil War. His subsequent work has concentrated on the international affairs of Southeastern Europe and EU external relations. His publications include: UN Interventionism: 1991-2004 (edited with Mats Berdal, 2007); and The Economic Factor in International Relations (with Peter Wilson, 2001). He is currently writing on the EU’s Balkan experience since 1991.
Michelle Egan – American University
Michelle Egan is an Associate Professor at the School of International Service in the American University, Washington D.C and SIS Policy Scholar focusing on European political economy.
Martin Eiermann – The European
Martin Eiermann is Managing Editor at The European. Prior to joining the magazine, he studied history and political theory at Harvard University. He currently lives and works in London. Follow him on Twitter at @beingandthyme.
Julien Etienne - LSE Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation
Dr Julien Etienne is British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the LSE Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation. His research interests include regulatory compliance, compliance theory, trust and control in regulatory encounters, self-reporting of bad news by regulatees to regulators, major accident hazards and organisational reliability.
Jocelyn Evans – University of Salford
Jocelyn Evans is a Professor of Politics at the University of Salford. He is also an editor of Palgrave Macmillan’s’French Politics, Society and Culture’ monograph series. His research interests cover European politics and electoral behaviour with a particular focus on France. He also works on electoral forecasting, especially predicting third-party support. Currently, Evans is working on a book on the 2012 French elections together with Gilles Ivaldi and James Shields.
Michelle Everson- Birkbeck College, University of London
Michelle Everson is Professor of European Law in the School of Law, Birkbeck and Assistant Dean for Programme Development. She has previously held posts as the Managing Editor of the European Law Journal at the European University Institute in Florence, as a lecturer in Law and Political Science at the University of Bremen and as a fellow at the Centre for European Legal Policy at the University of Bremen. Currently, Michelle Everson also sits on the editorial boards of Law and Critique and the Journal for Socio-Legal Studies. She is also Vice-Chair of the Academic Board for Social Sciences of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
Theofanis Exadaktylos – LSE Hellenic Observatory
Dr. Theofanis Exadaktylos is Ministry of Finance Research Fellow at the LSE’s Hellenic Observatory, LSE and Lecturer in European Politics at the University of Surrey. He holds a PhD in Politics from theUniversityofExeter. His doctoral thesis was on the Europeanization of national foreign policies of the member states with particular focus onGreeceandGermany. His current research interests include the Europeanization of foreign policy, politics of austerity, issues of policy implementation and political trust and the current Eurozone crisis from the perspective of the rise in populism.
Kevin Featherstone – LSE European Institute
Professor Kevin Featherstone is the Eleftherios Venizelos Professor of Contemporary Greek Studies and Director of the Hellenic Observatory in the European Institute. His research has focused on the politics of the European Union and the politics of contemporary Greece; his work has been framed in the perspectives of comparative politics, public policy, political economy and processes of ‘Europeanization’. His most recent books are (co-authored with D. Papadimitriou, A. Mamarelis and G. Niarchos) The Last Ottomans: The Muslim Minority of Greece 1940-1949 (Palgrave Macmillan Publishers, 2011), and (co-authored with D. Papadimitriou) The Limits of Europeanization: Reform Capacity and Policy Conflict in Greece (Palgrave, 2008).
Catherine Fieschi is the Director of Counterpoint. Previously, Catherine headed the think tank of the British Council as well as the think tank Demos. She also taught Comparative Politics at the University of Nottingham. Fieschi has advised numerous governments, businesses and foundations on aspects of risk, strategy and policy. She is the author of In the Shadow of Democracy: Fascism, Populism and the French Fifth Republic (MUP) and of numerous articles on extremism, populism, citizenship and identity politics.
Robert Ford - University of Manchester
Robert Ford is Hallsworth Research Fellow at the University of Manchester. He researches immigration, prejudice and the radical right, and is currently working with Matthew Goodwin (Nottingham) on a book about UKIP and the BNP. Much of his research can be found here and he tweets under the handle @robfordmancs
Jon Fox - University of Bristol
Jon Fox is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology, at the Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, at the University of Bristol. His main areas of research are in nationalism, ethnicity, and international migration. His research to date has examined these issues around questions of nationalism and ethnic return migration in Hungary, Romania, and the UK. He recently completed an ESRC funded project on the racialisation of East European migration to the UK entitled ‘Hungarian and Romanian migrant workers in the UK: Racism without racial difference?’.
Maurice Fraser is Senior Fellow in European Politics at the LSE European Institute. He was special adviser to UK Foreign Secretaries Sir Geoffrey Howe, John Major and Douglas Hurd. ‘In 2008, he was awarded the French Legion of Honour for his services to intellectual and academic ties betweenFrance andBritain. He is also a regular commentator on European and international affairs in the French broadcast and written media.
Jeffry Frieden – Harvard University
Jeffry Frieden is Stanfield Professor of International Peace, at Harvard University’s Department of Government. He specializes in the politics of international monetary and financial relations. He is the author (with Menzie Chinn) of Lost Decades: The Making of America’s Debt Crisis and the Long Recovery (2011), and of Global Capitalism: Its Fall and Rise in the Twentieth Century (2006), and is the editor or co-editor of over a dozen other books on related topics. His articles on the politics of international economic issues have appeared in a wide variety of scholarly and general-interest publications.