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Marta Pilati
Marta Pilati
Policy Analyst
Tel:  +32 (0)2 286.11.98
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Marta Pilati is a Policy Analyst on economic policy.

Before joining the EPC, Marta worked at CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) focusing on EU economic convergence. Prior to that, she worked as Research Assistant at Cardno Emerging Markets and in the Economics Department of Georgia State University.

Marta holds a Master in International Economic Policy from Sciences Po Paris as well as a Double Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Georgia State University (USA) and Economics and Management from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.

Internal Responsibilities

Direct collaboration with the Chief Economist

Area of expertise

European Political Economy, Regional Policy and Cohesion, Industrial Policy, Research and Innovation, EU Budget

Languages

English, French, Italian

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Publications

A geographically fair EU industrial strategy
21 October 2019

How can the EU industrial strategy ensure prosperity for all regions?

Financing social investment for an economy of well-being: Moving from good practices to a paradigm shift
16 July 2019

The next EU budget offers a unique opportunity for the EU to create a paradigm shift in the financing of social investment and address current market failures in the social sector through the deployment of financial instruments.

Mainstreaming innovation funding in the EU budget
2 May 2019

How to maximize the use of EU innovation funding in the coming MFF

A nimble and responsive EU? Predicting unpredictability: A new approach to EU policymaking
17 April 2019

Chapter 18

The MFF: Europe’s other ticking clock
9 January 2019

The clock is ticking to find an agreement on the next MFF

How do industrial transitions succeed? - Transatlantic considerations on drivers for economic development
19 December 2018

The EU should support regions in managing their industrial transitions

A new future for European industry
18 December 2018

The added value of an EU industrial strategy