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Robin Huguenot-Noël
Robin Huguenot-Noël
Policy Analyst
Tel:  +32 (0)2 714.21.61
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Twitter: @r_huguenotnoel

Robin Huguenot-Noël is a Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC) on the Sustainable Prosperity for Europe Programme.

His research concentrates on EU economic governance, industrial policy and trade.   

Before joining the EPC, Robin worked as Policy Adviser in the UK Treasury, the European Commission (as a Seconded National Expert) and the French Assemblée Nationale. Robin was also Teaching Assistant in the United States (Fulbright scholarship).

Robin graduated from the College of Europe in Natolin (Poland) and holds a master-degree in International Relations from Sciences Po Lille (France) and the University of Münster (Germany). He also holds a Diploma in Economics from the University of Birkbeck – London (United Kingdom).

Internal Responsibilities

Coordination or support for several projects in the Sustainable Prosperity for Europe Programme

Area of expertise

Economic governance; EU budget; Industrial Policy and Growth Strategy; Trade; Taxation.

Languages

English, French, German

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Media appearances

Dienas (Latvia)
5 December 2017
Unfinished euro is damaging policy

Renascença (Portugal)
4 December 2017
Mário Centeno eleito presidente do Eurogrupo

Publico (Portugal)
29 November 2017
Eurogrupo. Principal desafio do próximo presidente é reforçar a transparência

Bilaterals.org
6 November 2017
La Commission européenne veut tirer les leçons du Ceta

Panorama Magazine (European Commission)
16 June 2017
Cohesion Policy: how can the EU sustain solidarity and investment at the same time?

Le Monde (France)
8 May 2017
Le triomphe de Macron, les défis du président

La Libre (Belgium)
7 May 2017
L'UE, rassurée, attend Emmanuel Macron au tournant

Public Senat (France)
7 May 2017
L'UE, rassurée, attend Emmanuel Macron au tournant

Fortune (US)
27 December 2016
3 Reasons 2017 Will Be a Pivotal Year for the Euro