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Public and private-funded partnerships and projects

Public research projects

With a portfolio of 13 EU-funded research projects, Bruegel fellows regularly have the opportunity to provide expertise and exchange views with EU institutions’ policymakers and engage in academic networks and discussions with pivotal stakeholders across Europe. 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, the monetary dialogue with the European Central Bank and the parliamentary hearings of the Single Resolution Board’s chair.

Periodically, Bruegel also delivers extensive studies for the European Institutions. For instance, in 2021, Bruegel fellows provided an in-depth analysis discussing policy options to decarbonise the European energy systems requested by the Committee on Economic and Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), and delivered a joint report on instruments for a strategic foreign economic policy to the German Foreign Office (BMAA). In addition, Bruegel actively participated in the various panels’ discussions and the selection of research papers for the 46th IOSCO annual meeting in Lisbon.

As part of its projects’ portfolio, Bruegel is currently a key partner in three multiannual research projects funded under the highly competitive Horizon 2020 programme. Aiming at expanding this success, Bruegel submitted several proposals under the first round of calls of the new Horizon Europe funding programme, out of which 4 were already awarded.

For information on public funded research partnerships and projects, please contact our Public Funding Team.

Private research partnerships

Bruegel has developed a number of relationships with its numerous partners and adopts a flexible approach to cooperation with activities focusing on intellectual dialogue through visiting fellowships, common publications, strategic initiatives support directed specifically at private foundations or events such as policy debates with relevant decision-makers and practitioners.

Visiting fellowships

Bruegel’s Visiting Fellowship Programme is intended to encourage recognized research scholars, policymakers and practitioners to stay temporarily at Bruegel to conduct research work, to interact with its scholars and to bring insights to its members and audience.

In addition, Bruegel welcomes researchers supported by the European Commission’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships programme for International Researchers. We are collecting expressions of interests throughout the year. For more information, please contact Emanuela Dimonte, Public Funding Manager.