Christian Egenhofer is a Senior Research Associate at the School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy (since 2020) and Associate Senior Research Fellow at the Brussels-based think tank Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), which he had joined in 2000.
He is Visiting Professor at SciencesPo, Paris and College of Europe, Natolin/Poland. Previous university assignments included the Free University of Brussels (U.L.B.); Guido Carli LUISS University, Rome; MGIMO, Moscow and the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy at the University of Dundee in Scotland/UK.
Preceding his position at CEPS, he was Director & Owner of IMPACT SPRL, a public affairs consulting group and for a brief spell worked at the Ministry for the Interior of Baden-Württemberg (Germany).
He has published 8 books and written more than 160 articles, book chapters or policy reports. Selected articles and book chapters have been translated into 9 languages.
He holds a Master in Business Administration from the University of Konstanz, Germany, and LLM (Public Law Degree, A-grade; qualifying exam for civil service).
Since the carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) was first introduced as a key pillar of the European Green Deal, how has the EU consultation process reshaped the perceptions and priorities of EU institutions? What are the main stumbling blocks between the Member States? How are industries responding? How will the CBAM be reconciled with the EU emissions trading scheme during the transitional period? How has the EU progressed in dialogue with key trading partners? What is the path forward within and outside of multilateral trade institutions as part of the wider international climate dialogue?