Bruegel strengthens team of non-resident fellows
Mark Hallerberg, Ashoka Mody, Rainer Münz and Jim O'Neill were appointed Bruegel non-resident fellows at the think-tank's Board meeting on September 9th.
Mark Hallerberg, Ashoka Mody, Rainer Münz and Jim O’Neill were appointed Bruegel non-resident fellows at the think-tank’s Board meeting on September 9th. Münz and O’Neill had been members of the Board for 3 and 8 years respectively, while Mody was a Visiting Fellow since May 2013.
Hallerberg will work on fiscal governance, political economy and “bad banks.” Mody’s work will keep focusing on international economics and global governance; while Münz will contribute to research on migration, both at European and global level. Finally, O’Neill will center in the areas of international trade and its consequences for Europe, global economic and policy governance; and measuring and implementing more sustainable economic growth.
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