Senior Analyst, Western Europe
Responsible for the Western Europe coverage for the Daily Brief, with a particular interest in France.
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Senior Analyst, Eastern Europe
Covers Central Europe from the Baltic to the Balkans, Greece, Cyprus and the South Caucasus. His special interests include developments in European NATO and in the global shipping industry.
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Professor Erik Jones
Senior Advisor, Europe
Joined Oxford Analytica in 2012. Professor Jones is Director of the Bologna Institute for Policy Research, Professor of European Studies at the Johns Hopkins University SAIS Bologna Center and recently appointed Director of the SAIS Programme in European Studies. He offers significant expertise on international and comparative political economy with a particular focus on Europe. He currently serves as a Senior Research Fellow at Nuffield College in Oxford. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, Professor Jones worked at the Centre for European Policy Studies, the Central European University and the University of Nottingham.
Professor Jones has written extensively on European monetary integration and macroeconomic governance, and has been a longstanding contributor to Oxford Analytica. He authored “The Politics of Economic and Monetary Union” (2002) and “Economic Adjustment and Political Transformation in Small States” (2008), as well as acting as editor or co-editor of more than twenty books and journals on European politics and political economy.
Dr Liz David-Barrett
Research Fellow, Said Business School, University of Oxford
Research focus is on the regulation of bribery and corruption in
international business, the associated legal and reputational risks and
the impact of this on corporate behaviour. Works also on political
corruption and the regulation of political conduct in Europe, and has
conducted research in this area for the Organization on Security and
Cooperation in Europe, Transparency International, the Open Society
Institute and the European Commission. PhD in Politics from
the University of Oxford. Prior to her academic career, was a
journalist, contributing to The Economist, Financial Times,
Business Central Europe and BBC World Service on politics and the
economy in south-eastern Europe.
Dr Hartmut Mayer
Official Fellow and Tutor in Politics, St Peter's College, University of Oxford
Currently (2011-14) a long-term Visiting Professor at Hamburg University and the GIGA German Institute for Global and Areas Studies. Academic interests include German and EU politics, international relations theory, EU-Asia relations (in particular Japan), European responses to rising powers and comparative regionalism. Has held research and visiting posts at the European University Institute in Florence (1995), Waseda University (2006-07) and Hitotsubashi University (2010), both in Tokyo. Prior to his academic career, worked as a freelance journalist in Germany for more than ten years, among others with Sueddeutsche Zeitung and DIE ZEIT.
Professor Anand Menon
Professor of West European Politics, University of Birmingham
Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at Kings College London, co-directing the project ‘Europe in Crisis’. Previously Professor of West European Politics and founding Director of the European Research Institute, at the University of Birmingham. Taught for ten years at the University of Oxford (St Antony’s College). Has held positions at the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, Boston University, Columbia University and New York University. Author and editor of multiple books on the European Union, France and NATO and published widely in the media, including the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal.
Dr Othon Anastasakis
Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford University, and Director of South-east European Studies
Teaches South-east European politics at St Antony's College. Previously a researcher at the London School of Economics (LSE) and an expert on the EU at the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Studied at the universities of Athens, Columbia (New York) and the LSE, and has written books and articles on sustainable growth in South-eastern Europe, Greek and Turkish relations, Greece’s position in the Balkans, comparative democratisation in South-eastern Europe, EU-Balkan relations and EU conditionality.
Sir Ivor Roberts
President of Trinity College, Oxford
Formerly British Ambassador to Yugoslavia, Ireland and Italy.