Jörg Haas is a PhD candidate at the Berlin School for Global and Transregional Studies and an Affiliate Policy Fellow at the Jacques Delors Centre. His work focuses on the EU budget and economic policy coordination. He is currently writing his PhD thesis on compliance with country-specific recommendations under the European Semester. Until 2017, he was a full-time Policy Fellow at the Jacques Delors Centre (then Jacques Delors Institute). Previously, he analysed political risk for an international wind power developer and worked for the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in Geneva. Jörg holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Tübingen and an MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics.
‘Measuring Economic Reform Recommendations under the European Semester: “One Size Fits All” or Tailoring to Member States?’ Journal of Contemporary European Research 15 (2): 194–211. Article co-authored with Valerie D’Erman, Daniel Schulz and Amy Verdun. [Link]
'Welche Folgen hat der Brexit für den EU-Haushalt?' ifo Schnelldienst 70(11), June 2017, pp. 6-8. [Link]
‘Structural Policies for Growth and Jobs: Best Practices, Benchmarking and the Role of the Eurogroup’. In-Depth Analysis provided at the request of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Parliament, PE 574.427, September 2016. Co-authored with Henrik Enderlein. [Link]
Rapporteur for Henrik Enderlein, Enrico Letta et al., Repair and Prepare: Growth and the Euro after Brexit. Gütersloh, Berlin, Paris: Bertelsmann Stiftung, Jacques Delors Institut – Berlin and Jacques Delors Institute in Paris, September 2016.
‘Deutschland und die Stabilität der Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion’. In Handbuch zur Deutschen Europapolitik, edited by Karin Böttger and Matthias Jopp, 247–61. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2016. Co-authored with Henrik Enderlein and Katharina Gnath.