The Europaeum Academic Directory

The following is an open listing of scholars who have worked with the Europaeum since its inception and continue to work on current academic and scholarly research. Please use this facility to discover like-minded colleagues engaged in common research fields.

We would be pleased to add you to this listing if you are from a Europaeum member, associate member or partner institution. Please forward the relevant information and links using our contact details.

Seach by nameSearch research interestsSearch by institutionSeach by Europaeum event

Dr Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs


Ph.D. in Humanities from the Jagiellonian University (1990); Pew Fellow at Center for Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, Visiting Fellow at Oxford University (2002) and Cambridge (2003). She is a member of the OSCE/ ODIHR Advisory Council of Experts on Freedom of Religion or Belief (Organization for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights), Advisory to the Minister of Education of Poland on Holocaust, and other related bodies

Professor Dr François Farhad Ameli


Professor of Law at the Sorbonne and Sciences Po Paris. He is a senior partner of the Paris-based law firm BEA Avocats, where he focuses on international contracts and litigation. He has authored numerous textbooks and articles in the fields of ethics, civil, labour and international law, as well as on the Middle East.

Professor Carlos Andradas Heranz

Rector of the Compultense University of Madrid

As of May 13th 2015 the Compultense University of Madrid has a new rector. , Professor of Algebra since 1997, was elected as the new rector with 60.5% of the votes. He is the author of over forty research papers in journals with impact in the field of Real Algebraic Geometry, as well as the co-author of the book "Constructible Sets in Real Geometry." Carlos Andradas has relationships with many universities. He has been a visiting professor at the Universities of Berkeley, Stanford and Harvard, and a visiting researcher at the University of Rennes, Pisa, Dortmund and Münster, and the Science Mathematical Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley. His experience in the field of university management is equally extensive and impressive as his academic career; at the Complutense University he has served as a Vice President of Research, Vice Chancellor for Academic Policy, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, and Dean of Research and Director of the Department. Professor Andradas has also been the president of the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society (2000-2006), and the president of the Confederation of Spanish Scientific Societies (COSCE) (2011- 2015). From November 2012 he has been a member of the advisory board of Science, Technology and Innovation at the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.

Professor Jean-Louis Arcand


PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1991); Assistant Professor (1991-96) and Associate Professor, Department of Economics and CRDE, Université de Montréal (1996-2000) Professor of Economics, Centre d’études et de recherches sur le développement international (CERDI), Université d’Auvergne, France (1997-2008); Founding Fellow, European Union Development Network (EUDN, since 2001); Senior Fellow, Fondation pour les études et recherché en développement international (FERDI, since 2011)

Dr. Joost Augusteijn


PhD. in History, University of Amsterdam. Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2010-11. Worked as Lecturer in Modern Irish History at Trinity College, Dublin (1994-5) and Queen’s College, Belfast (1995-2000)

Dr Juhana Aunesluoma


D.Phil in History (Oxford), University lecturer in political history at the University of Helsinki. Member of the Board of the University of Helsinki.

Professor Richard Baldwin


Wrote his PhD at MIT under the guidance of Paul Krugman. He was a Senior Staff Economist for the President's Council of Economic Advisors in the Bush Administration (1990-1991) following Uruguay Round, NAFTA and EAI negotiations as well as numerous US-Japan trade issues including the SII talks and the Semiconductor Agreement renewal. He was Co-managing Editor of the journal Economic Policy from 2000 to 2005, and Programme Director of CEPR’s International Trade programme from 1991 to 2001.

Professor Marek Bankowicz

José Manuel Barroso

Mr Barroso studied law at the University of Lisbon, and then Political Science and European Studies at the University of Geneva. He started his academic career in the Law Faculty of the University of Lisbon, then in Political Science at Geneva, before going as a Visiting Professor to Georgetown University. In 1979, he founded the Portuguese University Association for European Studies and in 1980 he joined the Portuguese Social Democratic Party (PSD).

Professor Wilfred Beckerman

Teaching, Research in a variety of applied economics fields, including economic growth; poverty measurement; environmental economics; OECD 1952-61; NIESR 1961-‘63; The Economic Advisor to the President of the Board of Trade 1967-‘69; Professor of Political Economy, University College London 1969-’75; return to Balliol 1975-‘92; also member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution 1970-73, and various other posts.