Thinking Lab on Sustainable Growth
Robin Huguenot-Noël is a Policy Analyst at the European Policy Centre (EPC) and an Associate Fellow at the Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin. 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 also worked as a Teaching Assistant in Pacific University (United States) in the framework of a 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).
Civil society actors from six European countries present their policy brief on Sustainable Growth in Europe. The Thinking Lab developed six main policy recommendations focusing on two key priorities.
Over the course of the last two years, civil society experts and practitioners from across Europe gathered in four DIALOGUE ON EUROPE Thinking Labs to deliver fresh ideas and to independently elaborate concrete policy recommendations on four European key areas: Migration & Integration, Populism, Social Cohesion, and Sustainable Growth. Discover the summary of their proposals and the full-length policy briefs below! (more…)
On 30 June 2017, the Jacques Delors Institut Berlin published a report on the spending priorities of the European countries. Robin Huguenot-Noël, contributor of the Thinking Lab on Sustainable Growth, tried to identify common points in government spending strategies on a national scale, together with Jörg Haas. They came out with four main findings, which reveal that convergence is far from being achieved.
The Thinking Lab on Sustainable Growth aims to provide guidance on the challenge of shaping economic growth in Europe in a more ecologic, inclusive and social way. The issue of Sustainability is not limited to the field of ecology, but has to be tackled within a cross-sectoral approach, incorporating topics such as energy policy, innovation and start-up policy, digitalisation, social security and national debt policy.