Reinhard FELKE

Since 10/2008
European Commission, Directorate General Economic and Financial Affairs. Head of Unit the economy of the euro area and EMU Analysis of the euro-area economy and its evolving economic governance; macroeconomic policy mix and surveillance; contribution to G20 and coordination of IMF Art. IV consultation and OECD EDRC surveys of euro area. The unit's main publications include the Quarterly Report on the Euro Area and the Commission's Annual Report on the euro area.

Since 07/2005 - 10/2008
European Commission, Directorate General Economic and Financial Affairs. Assistant to the Director General Assist the DG in the management of its multiple tasks, including the coordination of briefing requests across the entire DG; preparation of files for Ecofin/Eurogroup, EFC/EWG; preparation of directors' meetings and meetings with the Commissioner/Cabinet; liaise with Cabinet.

09-2004 - 06/2005
European Commission, Directorate General Economic and Financial Affairs. Public Finances in the euro area and the EU Member of the sub-team in charge of piloting the reform of the Stability and Growth Pact.

09/2000 - 09/2004
European Commission, Directorate General Economic and Financial Affairs. Unit Economic Affairs within G7 countries and related multilateral questions. Trade Policy. External Aspects of EMU, Brussels Preparation of G8 summits and G7 Finance Ministers meetings, including analysis, briefings, and co-ordination across services; external aspects of EMU, including external representation; economic aspects of globalization and global governance.

1997 - 2000
Federal Ministry of Economics, Economic Policy Department, International Economics and Monetary Policy Unit, Bonn/Berlin Analysis of international economic, finance and trade policy (e.g. OECD country exams), economic governance in EMU, IMF, G7/8 issues; drafting of national “Cardiff” report, policy papers, articles, speeches for senior staff and for major events such as the G7/8 Cologne summit, the IInd ASEM-Economics Ministerial.

1996 - 1997
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Directorate for Development Co-operation. Economics and Environment Unit, Paris Associate Expert. Trade and environment, technology co-operation in support of cleaner technology in developing countries.