Privately funded research projects
A broad portfolio of externally funded research projects enables Bruegel to expand its research in specific areas. Bruegel has fruitful collaborations with private organisations, such as foundations and philanthropic research institutes, who support Bruegel’s work through specific project grants. These partnerships allow Bruegel to establish new topical work streams and explore innovative and flexible ways of collaboration such as datasets development, joint publications, series of podcasts, series of webinars, visiting fellowships and many other.
Publicly funded research projects
In the realm of publicly funded projects, Bruegel pursues research opportunities launched by EU institutions, namely the European Parliament and European Commission, and the EU Member States. Within the European Parliament, Bruegel provides regular briefings to the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON), notably in the framework of banking supervision policies and the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), the Monetary Dialogue with the European Central Bank and the parliamentary hearings of the Single Resolution Board's chair. As part of its projects' portfolio, Bruegel is currently a key partner in six multiannual research projects funded under the highly competitive research programme Horizon Europe financed by the European Commission.
For information on public funded research partnerships and projects, please contact our Public Funding Team.