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Erik Dale

Former Online Editor

Expertise: Strategic communications, Social media management, Web analytics & reporting, Digital campaigns, HTML, CSS Twitter: @EuroDale

Erik, a Norwegian citizen, was the Online Editor of Bruegel from April 2014 to November 2014. He joined Bruegel in December 2012 as the Digital Communications Coordinator. He holds an PG in European Integration and European Politics from the University of Essex and has a BA in European Studies from the University of Bergen.

Prior to joining Bruegel, Erik worked as a Communication Officer at LOGOS Public Affairs, a consultancy specialising in consensus building and association management. He acquired experience in political communication on the executive board of the European Youth and a regional committee of the Young Liberals.

Erik has been a contributor on contract to the public policy journal 'State & Governance' since 2008. He speaks fluent English, all Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Swedish and Danish), and conversational German.

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Think tank transparency: Bruegel awarded five stars by Transparify

Transparify has rated Bruegel as one of the most transparent think tanks worldwide and in Europe, pointing to Bruegel’s “exemplary transparency” and highlights its role in “setting the gold standard for the field as a whole".

By: Erik Dale and Matt Dann Date: December 15, 2014
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Juncker’s new start for Europe

Last week, President Elect Jean-Claude Juncker published his agenda for Europe. To inform the policy debate, we would like to highlight and summarize some of the key research Bruegel scholars have done over the last years covering the issues raised.

By: Erik Dale and Giuseppe Porcaro Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance, Innovation & Competition Policy Date: July 24, 2014
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Interactive chart: How Europe can replace Russian gas

But how much would these options cost Europe and Russia? How do these options play together? Is there a preferred alternative, or perhaps there is an optimal policy mix?

By: Georg Zachmann, Michele Peruzzi and Erik Dale Topic: Energy & Climate Date: March 27, 2014