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Ph.D. Kalypso NICOLAIDIS Professor of International Relations, Department of Politics and International Relations, and Director, European Studies Centre, St Antony's College, University of Oxford


1982 Graduate Diploma in Political Studies, Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Paris 1983 Master in International Economics (D.E.A.), Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Paris 1985 Master of Public Administration, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1993 PhD in Political Economy and Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1993-2001 Associate Professor in Public Policy (on leave 1999-2001), Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government Other Positions while at Harvard Assistant Professor in Public Policy, 1993-1999 Faculty Associate, Center for European Studies, Harvard University Faculty Associate, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University Faculty Chair, Kokkalis Program on Southeastern Europe Faculty Chair, KSG-UNHCR project 1996-1997 Consultant, Trade Committee, Project on Regulatory Reform and Globalization; and Committee on Capital Movements and Invisible Transactions, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris 1996-1997 Advisor to the Alternate Minister for European Affairs, Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris since 1999 Professor in International Relations, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford Other positions at Oxford: Lecturer in International Relations (1999-2007) Director, European Studies Centre (2006-2009) Director, Research Training, DPIR (2006-2009) Governing Body Fellow at St Antony s College, European Centre Faculty Chair, Southeastern European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX) Chair, RAMSES-Oxford (Euro-Med network) Co-chair, Rethinking Europe in a Non European World (RENEW) 2001-2002 Advisor on the White Paper on Governance, European Commission 2001-2004 Advisor, Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2004 Special Advisor on the Dutch EU presidency and presidency project, "Europe: A beautiful idea." Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2004-2005 Visiting Professor, Vincent Wright Chair, SciencesPo Paris 2005-2007 Visiting professor and Chair, Visions of Europe Programme, College of Europe, Bruges 2006 Consultant, "Free trade vs fair trade" project, DG Trade, European Commission 2006-2007 Special Advisor on Government report "Embedding European Politics in the Netherlands After the No", WRR, Scientific Council for Government Policy 2008-2010 Member of a group of "wise men", Horizon 2020-2030, Reflection Group on the Future of Europe, European Council, Brussels 2010 Fellow, Institut Méditerranéen d Etudes Avancées, Marseille