Marcel Muraille joined the Egmont Institute in September 2020 as a research fellow in the European Affairs programme. His research interests include the EU social dimension, European employment coordination, the European Semester, budgetary negotiations and migration policy. As part of a project on migration policy, he works in association with the European Policy Centre. Marcel previously worked in the public agency in charge of improving working and life conditions in Europe (Eurofound), a centre for research and study in the field of social policy and employment, and the private sector covering EU public affairs. He holds an MA in EU Political and Governance Studies from the College of Europe, an MA in European Studies from ULB and two BA (in History and Political Science) from the ULB.
- A revised European Semester under centralised management: the risk of overlooking social policy European Policy Briefs
- The Belgian Recovery and Resilience Plan: A fresh impetus to prepare the skills of tomorrow’s workforce? Commentaries
- From emergency remote learning to a new digital education action plan: an EU attempt to mainstream equality into education European Policy Briefs
- The EU directive on fair minimum wages: ‘what is not broken, will not be fixed’ Commentaries