Ingo Linsenmann, MA, studied Political Sciences at the Universities of Cologne and Newcastle upon Tyne and has worked for the International Young European Federalists (JEF) in Brussels and Bonn for several years. Between 1999 and 2004 he was research fellow and Project Manager at the Jean Monnet Chair for Political Science, University of Cologne, where he was involved in several projects on European economic governance. His main fields of expertise include EMU and economic governance, institutional matters, as well as European education and youth policy. He joined the RSCAS in summer 2004. He works or has worked as Project Manager/Director for the NEWGOV Project (2004-2008), the Fostering Regulations Project (2006-2009), the PIREDEU Design Study (2008-2011), the ERD-Project (2008-2010), and the EUCITAC Project (2009-2010).