Sector Economist at European Investment Bank (Luxembourg)
Martin earned a PhD in economics from Maastricht University in 2014. His research focused on the role of skills in the transition from education to the labour market. Before joining EIB in 2018, Martin worked as a consultant in Brussels where he contributed to and led studies on education and labour market topics, with a special focus on the match between the supply and the demand of skills. At the EIB, Martin is responsible for assessing the economic and financial viability of large investments in education and research infrastructure. As a member of the Expert Stakeholder Group in PILLARS Martin aims to contribute valuable insights into investments currently made and planned across Europe, and the reasoning behind certain investment choices. He will also provide sound thematic expertise and methodological knowledge with regard to the demand for skills, including forecasting.