Marco Giuli

Marco Giuli

PhD Researcher Environment and Sustainable Development

Activities

Fields of interest

External dimension of EU energy and climate policy, international governance of energy, climate policy integration, international political economy of energy, energy poverty

Profile

Marco Giuli is a Doctoral Researcher at the Institute of European Studies since 2019. His research focuses on the climate policy integration and energy security integration in the EU’s external energy policy.

Marco is also an Associate Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre, a brussels-based think tank where he served between 2015 and 2019 as a Policy Analyst and lead of the EPC Climate and Energy Platform, a cross-programme initiative of the EPC for analysis and debates on the economic, institutional, societal, and geopolitical dimension of the energy transition in the EU; and an Associate Fellow at the Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome, where he collaborates to the work of the Energy, Climate and Resources Programme and as a member of the Editorial Committee of The International Spectator. Before that, he was Research Fellow at the Madariaga – College of Europe Foundation (2008-2015) in Brussels, taking responsibility for policy research in EU political economy and overall management for the Challenging Citizens Programme; visiting researcher at the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS, 2008) in Brussels and trainee for the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade (ICE, 2006-2007) in Milan and Moscow.

He holds a MA in the Economics of European Integration from the University of Bologna and a BA in International Relations from the University of Rome (La Sapienza). 

Marco was also an independent consultant on EU energy policy, and contributes with op-eds, articles, and teaching activities to external specialized reviews and training programmes of universities, specialised training institutes, and business associations.