Wolfgang Münchau is co-founder and director of Eurointelligence. He writes a weekly column on European affairs, syndicated to El Pais, Corriere della Sera and Handelsblatt. He was a Financial Times columnist from 2003 until 2020 and co-founder and editor-in-chief of Financial Times Deutschland. He is the author of several books, including Meltdown Years. His German-language books include the award-winning Vorbeben from 2006, in which he predicted the global financial crisis. He was the recipient of the 2012 SABEW award for best international columnist and the Wincott award for young journalist of the year in 1989.
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Susanne Mundschenk is co-founder and director of Eurointelligence. Her interest is in political narratives at the national and European level, and how they diverge or converge through crisis. Currently her main focus is on French politics, political risks of radicalisation and geopolitical risks in the Mediterranean. She holds a PhD in economics from University of Bonn. Before Eurointelligence she was a researcher at the Centre of European Integration Studies in Bonn and worked for AUME, a pro-European lobby group in Paris. She has lived in five different European countries and is the mother of two boys.
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Miguel Carrión Álvarez is Eurointelligence's Spain, banking and markets analyst, since 2012 and full-time since 2016. He also writes on macroeconomics, financial instability, and EU policy. He has been a senior risk methodology analyst at a major Eurozone bank, where for 7 years he was variously involved with structural balance risk, capital aggregation, and derivatives counterparty credit risk. He previously worked as an equity analyst in…
Paige Aarhus is an intern analyst focused on EU-China relations, European political risk, and trade and security issues. She is currently studying for a Master’s degree in international security at Sciences Po in Paris, and previously obtained a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Carleton University in Ottawa. Prior to joining Eurointelligence she worked as a journalist and analyst in East Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
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