Dr Marek Naczyk

Marek Naczyk's research is at the crossroads of social policy, comparative political economy and international political economy. He is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris and received his DPhil in politics from the University of Oxford in 2013. He is also a research associate at the Centre d'etudes europeennes, Sciences Po Paris. His current research projects focus on:

1. The role of the financial services industry in the diffusion of pension privatisation in affluent democracies and in emerging economies;

2. The links between the rise of private pension funds and corporate governance reform;

3. The changing role of the social partners in occupational welfare provision (ProWelfare 2014-2016 project);

4. The dualisation of labour markets and social protection in Europe;

5. The rise of economic patriotism in Central and Eastern Europe since the Global Financial Crisis.

A more detailed description of his current research agenda can be found on his personal webpage.

Marek is an Official Fellow of Kellogg College, and Secretary to the Governing Body.

Oxford Research Archive
  • Shareholders of the world united? Organized labour’s preferences on corporate governance under pension fund capitalism in the United States, United Kingdom and France

  • When Finance Captures Labor’s Capital: Dominant Personal Pensions, Resurgent Occupational Provision in Central and Eastern Europe

  • The Financial Crisis and Varieties of Pension Privatization Reversals in Eastern Europe

  • Solidarity against All Odds: Trade Unions and the Privatization of Pensions in the Age of Dualization

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