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Martin BRUNCKO Plenipotentiary for Knowledge Economy, Government of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava


1994-1998 Bachelor of Arts, with Honors and University Distinction, Stanford University
1996-1997 Institute d Etudes Politiques de Paris
2001-2003 Master of Public Administration in International Development, Harvard University, J.F.Kennedy School of Government
1998-1999 Associate Consultant, William Kent International, Inc, Washington, DC
2000-2001 Research Fellow, Institute for Public Affairs, Bratislava
2000-2001 Consultant, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development - OECD, Paris
2002 Consultant, World Bank, Washington, DC
2003-2006 Chief Economic Advisor to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava
2005-2007 Member of Advisory Committee on Central Europe, KBC Group, Brussels
2006-2008 Co-founder and Partner, Neuropea (previously Amrop Jenewein Group/ AJG Strategy), Bratislava
2006-2008 Co-founder and Chairman of Supervisory Board, Clenergy, Zvolen
2006-2010 Founder and Chairman, Neulogy, a.s., Bratislava
 Since 2011 Government of Slovakia s Plenipotentiary for Knowledge Economy, Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava
2008 External consultant, Booz & Co., Abu Dhabi


Political and Technical Conditionality in Slovakia s Accession into the OECD, In: Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs, No.2, 2000
With V. Bilcik: Európska únia dnes (European Union Today), Institute for Public Affairs Bratislava, 2001
With L. Pizzati: Real Convergence in the Slovak Republic and European Union Regional Funds. In: B. Funck & L.Pizzati: Income Convergence and European Regional Policy: Impact, Priorities and Prospects for the EU Candidate Countries, World Bank, Washington, DC, 2003
With M. Calzada, G. Calzada, C. Fjellner, A. Grecu, and T.O Dwyer: Does the West Know the Best, Stockholm Network, 2005


Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum, 2012

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