Gregory Jackson – Freie Universität Berlin
Gregory Jackson is Professor of Management at Freie Universität Berlin. His research examines how corporate governance is influenced by diverse organisational and institutional contexts, as well as issues related to CSR, labour standards, and industrial relations. He is Chief Editor of Socio-Economic Review and also serves as an editor for the British Journal of Industrial Relations.
Jonathan Jackson – LSE Department of Methodology
Jonathan Jackson is Senior Lecturer in Research Methodology in the LSE’s Department of Methodology. In recent years he has held visiting appointments at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University and the University of Sydney.
Michael Jacobs – LSE Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
Michael Jacobs is Visiting Professor at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics, and a former Special Adviser to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. This article summarises the arguments made in a longer paper, ‘Green Growth: Economic Theory and Political Discourse’, published by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics, October 2012.
Kristel Jacquier – Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
Kristel Jacquier is a PhD candidate at Centre d’Économie de la Sorbonne (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne). Her research is on measuring the distributional consequences of institutional change in Europe, from a Political Economy viewpoint.
Margot James MP
Margot James is the Member of Parliament for the constituency of Stourbridge, and Parliamentary Private Secretary to Lord Green (Minister of State for Trade and Investment).
Mario Jametti – University of Lugano
Mario Jametti is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Economics (IdEP), at the University of Lugano. His main research interests are in public finance, applied microeconomics and applied econometrics, currently focusing on tax competition, natural disaster insurance and private pensions.
Goran Janev – Sts Cyril and Methodius University Skopje, Macedonia
Goran Janev was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Goettingen, working on “Manipulating diversity in South-East Europe”. He completed a D.Phil in Social Anthropology at the Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Oxford University. His research interests include political anthropology, ethnicity, human rights, multiculturalism, governance and public space.
Ronald Janssen is an economic adviser working in the trade union movement in Brussels.
–Anja Jetschke – Georg-August-Universität Göttingen/ GIGA
Prof. Dr. Anja Jetschke is Professor for International Relations at the Institute for Political Science of the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, and head of Research Focus 4, “Power, Norms and Governance in International Relations”, at the German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA).
Yuemei Ji – University of Leuven
Yuemei Ji obtained her PhD in economics from the University of Leuven in March 2011. Currently, she is associated with LICOS at the University of Leuven. Her areas of expertise are the economics of education and international financial economics.
César Jiménez-Martínez – London School of Economics and Political Science
César Jiménez-Martínez is a PhD candidate in Media and Communications at the London School of Economics. He is researching how competitive meanings of the nation struggle in the media. Previously, he worked for several years as a journalist for newspapers and television in Chile, and he holds and MSc in Global Media and Communications from the London School of Economics and the University of Southern California.
Peter Jones is a freelance journalist, writing on Scottish current affairs for The Economist, the Times and The Scotsman. He is also, with Jo Murkens, a co-author ofScottish Independence: A Practical Guide, EUP 2001.
Dr Jóhanna Jónsdóttir received her PhD in European Studies from the University of Cambridge in 2010. She is the author of Europeanization and the European Economic Area: Iceland’s Participation in the EU’s Policy Process (Routledge, 2012).
Dr Paul Jordan is an expert on the Eurovision Song Contest and in 2011 successfully defended his PhD, The Eurovision Song Contest: Nation Building and Nation Branding in Estonia and Ukraine, at the University of Glasgow.
Sten Inge Jørgensen – Morgenbladet
Sten Inge Jørgensen is a journalist for Morgenbladet.
Anders Ravik Jupskås – University of Oslo
Anders Ravik Jupskås is a lecturer at the Department of Political Science, University of Oslo. His research interests include populism and democracy, Right-wing populism, and party organization and culture. He is part of the research project “Political Parties and Democracy: Decline or Change?”, funded by the Norwegian Research Council.
Burak Kadercan – University of Reading
Burak Kadercan is a Lecturer in International Relations, in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Reading. He specializes in the intersection of international relations theory, international security, military-diplomatic history, and political geography.
Mary Kaldor – Centre for the Study of Human Rights
Mary Kaldor is Professor of Global Governance and Director of the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit at the LSE. She has researched and written extensively about security and civil society. Her latest books include Human security: reflections on globalization and intervention (Polity, 2007) and New & Old Wars (Polity, 2006).
Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser – University of Sussex
Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser is a Research Fellow at the School of Law, Politics and Sociology at the University of Sussex. He is the recipient of the Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship for a two-year research project on populism in Europe and Latin America. One of the outcomes of this project is the Cambridge University Press book “Populism in Europe and the Americas: Threat or Corrective for Democracy?” that he has edited with Cas Mudde. He is also working on an edited volume on the right in contemporary Latin America. Recently he has obtained a British Academy International Partnership and Mobility (IPM) grant to undertake a three-year project on “Populism in Europe and Latin America: A Cross-Regional Perspective”.
Serguei Kaniovski – Austrian Institute of Economic Research
Serguei Kaniovski is an economist at the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO).
Sony Kapoor – Re-Define
Sony Kapoor is managing director of Re-Define, a think tank and Chairman of the Banking Stakeholder Group of the European Banking Authority.
Eirini Karamouzi – LSE IDEAS
Eirini Karamouzi is currently lecturer of European Studies and History and postdoctoral fellow of Hellenic Studies at the Macmillan Center, Yale University. She is Book Review Editor for the Cold War History Journal and deputy Head of the LSE IDEAS Balkans International Affairs Programme. Her monograph on the origins of Greece’s road to EEC membership is due to appear next year with Palgrave Macmillan. She is also co-editing a book on ‘Balkans in the Cold War’ and is interested in the transatlantic relationship regarding Southern Europe in the turbulent decade of the 1970s.
Raya Kardasheva – King’s College London
Raya Kardasheva is lecturer in European politics at King’s College London. She completed her PhD on Package deals in EU legislative politics at the LSE’s European institute in 2009.
Patrik Kärrberg – LSE Management Department
Dr Patrik Kärrberg is a Research Fellow and program director for the Network Economy Forum within the LSE Department of Management. His research focuses on telecom service delivery innovation and converging industries in Asia and Europe.
Hussein Kassim is Professor of Politics at the University of East Anglia. He is a Co-investigator at the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy at UEA where he became Political Science Mentor in 2005. His research interests lie in EU institutions, the relationship between the EU and the member states, especially France and the UK, and EU policy and administration.
Kristina Kausch – FRIDE
Kristina Kausch is a senior researcher and research coordinator at FRIDE. She coordinates FRIDE’s research on the Middle East and North Africa. She specializes in the EU’s relations with its neighbourhood, in particular the Southern Mediterranean; democracy, human rights and governance; and Mediterranean geopolitics.
Salam Kawakibi – Arab Reform Initiative
Salam Kawakibi is a researcher in political and social science. He is Acting Director of the Arab Reform Initiative. His main interests are media, civil societies, international relations and human rights in Arab countries. He also has written many articles on European and Arabic media and books. He is formally educated in economics, international relations, international humanitarian law, international human rights and political science.
Zeynep Kaya completed her PhD in the International Relations Department at the LSE. Her expertise is on the interactions of ethno-political groups with international society, focusing on Kurdish nationalists. She is a regular contributor to the media on debates about Turkish politics.
Michael Keating – University of Aberdeen / University of Edinburgh
Professor of Politics, Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh and Director of ESRC Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change.
Orit Kedar – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Orit Kedar is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at MIT. Her principal research interest lies in comparative politics. In particular, she is interested in electoral politics, the intersection of behaviour and institutions, multi-level explanations in comparative politics, electoral systems, party systems, as well as questions of representation, federalism, identity, and European integration. Her latest book is Voting for Policy, Not Parties: How Voters Compensate for Power Sharing (2009, Cambridge University Press).
Soeren Keil – Canterbury Christ Church University
Soeren Keil is a Lecturer in International Relations at Canterbury Christ Church University. His main research focuses on institutional design in post-conflict societies, including the Western Balkans. He is especially interested in power-sharing models in divided societies, as well as forms of territorial and non-territorial autonomy for minority nations.
Christian Kellermann – Friedrich Ebert Stiftung
Christian Kellermann joined the Nordic Office of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) in 2009. Previously, he worked as a project manager for European economic and social affairs at the FES in Bonn and Berlin. Before joining the FES, he worked as a financial market analyst in Frankfurt and New York. He holds a PhD in political economy and studied political science and economics in Frankfurt. Among his major fields of interest are global financial markets and the future of the welfare state.
Peter Kellner – YouGov
Peter Kellner is President of the opinion polling organisation YouGov. He has been a visiting fellow at Nuffield College, a distinguished visiting fellow at the Policy Studies Institute, and served as a member of committees set up by the Economic and Social Research Council to commission research into elections and social exclusion. As a journalist, he has written for a number of newspapers, including the Times, Independent, Observer, Evening Standard and New Statesman.
Achim Kemmerling is an Associate Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Public Policy at the Central European University Budapest. He has published on issues of tax policy, social and labor market policies, and fiscal federalism and worked as a consultant to the German Federal Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag), the German Society for Technical Cooperation (former GTZ, now GIZ) and the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Daniel Kenealy – University of Edinburgh
Daniel Kenealy is a researcher based at the University of Edinburgh and will be a Teaching Fellow there from August 2012. He currently writes doctoral thesis on the history of European integration since 1945. He is primarily interested in the political economy of European integration and the formulation of EU policy in the United Kingdom and Scotland. He teaches courses on European integration, international relations theory, and international law.
Dan Kennedy – European Council on Foreign Relations
Dan Kennedy is a graduate student at the School of Eastern European Studies at UCL and a research assistant at ECFR’s “Wider Europe” programme.
James Ker-Lindsay is Senior Research Fellow on the Politics of South East Europe at the European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science. He has written extensively on conflicts in the Eastern Mediterranean and Western Balkans and is the author of, amongst others, EU Accession and UN Peacemaking in Cyprus (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), Crisis and Conciliation: A Year of Rapprochement between Greece and Turkey (I.B.Tauris, 2007), and Kosovo: The Path to Contested Statehood in the Balkans (I.B.Tauris, 2007). His latest book, The Foreign Policy of Counter Secession: Preventing the Recognition of Contested States, will be published in October 2012 by Oxford University Press. He can followed on twitter @JamesKerLindsay
Markus Ketola – LSE Social Policy
Markus Ketola is a Fellow in the LSE’s Department of Social Policy. His current research interests include: the role of the European Union (EU) in international development; NGO funding; Turkish civil society and the EU accession; Big Society and volunteering; EU civil society policy (both inside the EU and outside).
Marlene Keusch – University of Vienna
Marlene Keusch studies International Development and Geography at the University of Vienna. Currently she is writing her master thesis concerning “Diaspora organizations as development actors”, for which she conducts a research in Austria.
Katrine Kielos – Aftonbladet
Katrine Kielos is lead-writer for Aftonbladet, Sweden and Scandanavia’s largest daily newspaper.
Sharmila King – University of the Pacific
Sharmila King is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of the Pacific, California. Her research interests include monetary and macroeconomics, and international finance. She co-edits the book International Economics, Globalization, and Policy: A Reader (McGraw-Hill).
Sean Kippin – Democratic Audit
Sean Kippin is Managing Editor of Democratic Audit. He received a First Class (Hons) Degree in Politics from the University of Northumbria in 2008, and an MSc in Political Theory from the London School of Economics in 2011. From 2008 to 2012 he worked for the Rt Hon Nick Brown MP in Newcastle and in the House of Commons, and for Alex Cunningham MP. He has also worked at the Smith Institute think tank, and as an intern for the Co-operative Party. He has been at Democratic Audit since June 2013, and can be found on twitter at @se_kip.
Julian Kirchherr – LSE Public Policy Group
Julian Kirchherr studies Public Policy and Management at the London School of Economics (LSE). He joined LSE’s Public Policy Group (PPG) in January 2012. He is primarily interested in elite theories, environmental policy, welfare economics, human resource management, digitalization and futurology. In his spare time, he runs a career consultancy and serves as the editor-in-chief of Libertas, the magazine of the European Liberal Youth (LYMEC).
Bill Kissane – LSE, Government
Bill Kissane is a Senior Lecturer in Political Science at the Government Department of the London School of Economics. His research interests lie broadly within the areas of comparative and Irish politics. He is currently working on two books on civil wars and their aftermaths.
Daniel Knight – LSE Hellenic Observatory
Dr Daniel M. Knight is National Bank of Greece Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Hellenic Observatory, London School of Economics and Political Science. His ongoing anthropological research on the Greek economic crisis addresses issues of polytemporality, historical consciousness and entrepreneurism. Daniel is currently leading a project on economic sustainability and the Greek photovoltaic energy initiative.
Ellie Knott – London School of Economics
Ellie Knott is a PhD student in the Department of Government at LSE researching Romanian kin-state policies in Moldova and Russian kin-state policies in Crimea (@ellie_knott).
Jana Kobzova – European Council on Foreign Relations
Jana Kobzova is a Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations and the coordinator of its Wider Europe programme. Before joining ECFR, Jana led the Belarus democratisation programme at the Bratislava-based Pontis Foundation. She also helped establish the Slovak branch of the European webzine Café Babel. Jana has co-authored several book chapters on Eastern Europe and EU Eastern policy as well as articles for various journals and media outlets. She has co-authored various ECFR publications including The Spectre of a Multipolar Europe (2010), The EU and Belarus after the Election (2011) and Dealing with a post-BRIC Russia (2011).
Anna Kocharov –European University Institute, Florence
Anna Kocharov is a researcher at the Department of Law at the European University Institute, Florence. She is the editor of “Another Legal Monster? An EUI Debate on the Fiscal Compact Treaty” and is currently working on her PhD thesis on “Constitutional Issues of EU Migration Law”.
Nikitas Konstantinidis– LSE Government Department
Dr Nikitas Konstantinidis is a Fellow in Political Science and Public Policy in the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He came to the LSE after spending two years as a post-doctoral researcher at the Institut Barcelona d’ Estudis Internacionals (IBEI). His main research interests lie in the areas of comparative and international political economy, applied formal theory, regional integration, international organizations, and European Union politics.
Laura Konzelmann – University of Mannheim
Laura Konzelmann is a Research Associate at the Department of Comparative Political Behaviour and the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research at the University of Mannheim. Her research interests include voting behaviour, the consequences of population ageing on political attitudes and political behaviour, welfare state attitudes, and generational conflict.
Hrant Kostanyan – Centre for European Policy Studies
Hrant Kostanyan is an Associate Research Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies. His research focuses on EU foreign policy institutions and decision-making, primarily on the European External Action Service (EEAS) and the EU’s relations with the Eastern Neighbourhood and Russia.
Iosif Kovras –Princeton University
Iosif Kovras is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Princeton University (Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies). His research focuses on truth-recovery and reconciliation initiatives in transitional justice. Currently he is exploring exhumations and recovery of historical memory in Cyprus and Spain as well as the impact of grassroots movements on these processes.
Denisa Kostovicova is Associate Professor in Global Politics in the Department of Government and a Research Fellow at the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit in the Department of International Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research interests include nationalism and democratisation in the global age, post-conflict reconstruction and security, civil society and human security, war crimes and transitional justice and European integration of Western Balkans.
Daniel Kral – University College London
Daniel Kral is a postgraduate research student in the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London. His research interests include small states and the politics and economics of Central and Eastern Europe. He is currently researching the dynamics of economic adjustment to the 2008-2009 financial crisis in Central-Eastern European states. Follow him on Twitter: @DanielKral1
Valentin Kreilinger – Notre Europe
Valentin Kreilinger studied in Munich and Paris and holds an MSc in “Politics and Government in the European Union” from the London School of Economics. He works at the Paris-based think tank Notre Europe, mainly on political and institutional issues of the European Union.
André Krouwel – Free University in Amsterdam
André Krouwel is an as associate professor at the Department of Political Science of the Free University in Amsterdam. He also leads the Centre for Applied Political Science that he founded, with the aim from the (political) science socially relevant applications. His research focuses on the changing role of political parties in European democracies and the rise (and fall) of new political parties and political ‘entrepreneurs’, from both political and sociological neo-institutional perspective. His most recent book is Party Transformations in European democracies. (SUNY Press, 2012).
Dr. Christopher Kuner is editor-in-chief of the journal International Data Privacy Law. He is author of European Data Protection Law: Corporate Compliance and Regulation, and the new book Transborder Data Flow Regulation and Data Privacy Law in which he elaborates some of the topics discussed here. Dr. Kuner is Senior Of Counsel at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in Brussels, and an Honorary Fellow of the Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge.
Mimoza Kusari-Lila – Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Trade & Industry, Kosovo
Mimoza Kusari-Lila entered politics and public service in 2003 when she was offered offered the position of spokeswomen and Adviser to the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Bajram Rexhepi. She has previously served as executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Kosovo (Am Cham), since 2006 to 2009, officially accredited by the American Chamber institution in Washington DC and the Association of American Chambers in Europe.
Benjamin Laag – Münster University
Benjamin Laag is a PhD candidate at the Graduate School of Politics at Münster University and a doctoral fellow of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. He holds an MSc from Twente University and an MA from Münster University in European Studies, and an undergraduate degree in Public Administration. His doctoral thesis focuses on the role of policy coherence in European and German resource policy.
Joseph Lacey – European University Institute
Joseph Lacey is a PhD researcher at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. He is currently working and publishing on the democratic structures of the European Union and multilingual federal states.
Stella Ladi – Queen Mary, University of London
Stella Ladi is a Senior Lecturer in Public Management at Queen Mary, University of London. Her research interests include public policy and public administration reforms, Europeanisation, globalisation and global governance, and the role of experts in public policy.
David D. Laitin – Stanford University
David D. Laitin is the James T. Watkins IV and Elise V. Watkins Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. Before his research project on Islam in France, he conducted field research in Somalia, Yorubaland (Nigeria), Catalonia (Spain) and Estonia, focusing on issues of language and religion, and how these cultural phenomena link nation to state. His books include Politics, Language and Thought: The Somali Experience, Hegemony and Culture: Politics and Religious Change among the Yoruba , Language Repertoires and State Construction in Africa , Identity in Formation: The Russian-Speaking Populations in the Near Abroad , and Nations, States and Violence.
Philippe Lamberts – European Greens
Philippe Lamberts is a Member of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs at the European Parliament and the spokesperson on economic and financial affairs for the European Greens.
Christel Lane – University of Cambridge
Christel Lane is Professor of Economic Sociology at the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge.
Linnea Sandström Lange – LSE Engenderings
Linnea Sandström Lange was an MSc student in Gender, Policy and Inequalities at the LSE Gender Institute in 2011-12 and wrote a dissertation called ‘Is the Institution of Marriage Necessary for Good Citizenship: a study into US Civic Virtue’. She graduated in June 2011 with an MA in Social Sciences (Politics) from the University of Glasgow. She has kept a blog called Feminism and Tea for the past few years and can often be found discussing gender on various social networks when not feeding her news addiction.
Valentino Larcinese is a Reader in Public Policy at the LSE. His main research interests concern democratization, electoral competition, and the role of mass media in advanced democracies. He has written several research articles on Italian public policy and politics.
Professor Richard Layard – LSE’ Centre for Economic Performance
Professor Richard Layard, the Baron Layard, is Director of the Well-Being Programme at LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance. He is a labour economist who has worked for most of his life on how to reduce unemployment and inequality. He is also one of the first economists to have worked on happiness, and his main current interest is in how better mental health could improve our social and economic life
Richard Ned Lebow – King’s College London / Dartmouth College
Professor Richard Ned Lebow is Professor of International Political Theory at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London, and James O. Freedman Presidential Professor Emeritus at Dartmouth College. His recent books include The Politics and Ethics of Identity: In Search of Ourselves (Cambridge University Press, 2012), Why Nations Fight: Past and Future Motives for War (Cambridge University Press, 2010), and A Cultural Theory of International Relations (Cambridge University Press, 2008).
Stefan Lehne – Carnegie Europe
Stefan Lehne is a visiting scholar at Carnegie Europe in Brussels. His research focuses on the post-Lisbon Treaty development of the European Union’s foreign policy. From 2009-2011, Lehne served as director general for political affairs at the Austrian Ministry for European and International Affairs. Prior to that position, he was the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union as director for the Balkans, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia.
Juhani Lehto – University of Tampere
Juhani Lehto is Professor of social and health policy at University of Tampere, Finland. His research interests include the welfare state and social and health service changes, both internationally and nationally.
Vasilis Leontitsis – LSE Hellenic Observatory
Vasilis Leontitsis joined the LSE Hellenic Observatory as ‘National Bank of Greece Research Fellow’. Vasilis holds a PhD from the Department of Politics, University of Sheffield. He has held research and teaching posts at the Universities of Sheffield and Wales and he has also worked for an Expert Consultancy Report for the Technical University of Crete. His research project was entitled ‘From “Capodistrias” to “Callicrates”: Reforming Greek Local Government’.
Benjamin Leruth – University of Edinburgh
Benjamin Leruth is a PhD student at the School of Politics and International Relations, at the University of Edinburgh. His research focuses on the relations between the European Union and the Nordic States. He will be a guest researcher at the ARENA Centre for European Studies (University of Oslo) from September 2012.
Søren Leth-Petersen – University of Copenhagen
Søren Leth-Petersen is Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen. His research focusses on interplay between housing markets and savings behavior.
Antonio Lettieri – Center for International Social Studies
Antonio Lettieri is Editor of Insight and President of CISS – Center for International Social Studies (Roma). He was National Secretary of CGIL; Member of ILO Governing Body, Member of the OECD’s Trade Union Advisory Council and Advisor of Labor Minister for European Affairs.
Marcel Lewandowsky – University of Bonn
Marcel Lewandowsky is a political scientist at the Institute of Political Science and Sociology, University of Bonn.
David Lidington – UK Member of Parliament for Aylesbury and Minister for Europe
David Lidington has been the MP for Aylesbury since 1992. He served as shadow Northern Ireland secretary before taking on the foreign affairs portfolio before the 2010 general election. He was appointed Europe Minister in the Foreign Office after the formation of the coalition. Previously, he worked for BP and for RTZ before spending three years as Special Advisor to Douglas Hurd in the Home Office and Foreign Office.
Jürgen Ligi – Estonian Minister of Finance
Jürgen Ligi is Estonia’s Minister of Finance, a post he has held since 2009. From 2005 to 2007 he served as Estonia’s Minister of Defence and he is also currently the Vice-President of the country’s Reform Party. Prior to entering politics he worked in banking and as an economic adviser.
Nicole Lindstrom – University of York
Nicole Lindstrom is a Lecturer in the Department of Politics at the University of York. Nicole Lindstrom’s research interests lie in the political economy of public policy, with a particular focus on the European Union and new member states of Central and Eastern Europe. She is co-editor of Transnational Actors and Post-socialist Transitions(University of Pittsburgh Press), and author of articles in Governance, Journal of Common Market Studies, New Political Economy, among others. She was previously a member of the Departments of International Relations and European Studies and Political Science at Central European University in Budapest.
Marcel Lubbers – Radboud University Nijmegen
Marcel Lubbers is Associate Professor in the Sociology Department at Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands.
–Giacomo Luchetta – Centre for European Policy Studies
Giacomo Luchetta is a Researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels, Belgium, where he contributes to the activity of the Regulatory Policy Unit. His expertise covers better regulation issues, impact assessments, competition law and economics as well as ICT law and economics.
Claudio Lucinda – University of Sao Paulo
Claudio Lucinda an Assistant Professor at Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Accounting at Ribeirão Preto of University of Sao Paulo – Brazil. His research interests are empirical industrial organization, quantitative marketing and finance.
Philip Lynch – University of Leicester
Philip Lynch is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Leicester. His current research focuses on the Conservative Party and European integration, party competition between the Conservatives and the UK Independence Party, and Euroscepticism in the UK. His work has been published in British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Parliamentary Affairs, British Politics and the Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.