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.

  • 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

  • More
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