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    The association

    The EPOG Students and Alumni Association (EPOG SAA) is a non-profit organisation (under the French "1901 law"). It has been created and it is managed by EPOG students and graduates. Its activties include the edition of the "EPOG Policy briefs", the participation to the organisation of EPOG conference...

    President: Joel Rabinovich (EPOG 2016)
    Vice-President: Ludwig List (EPOG 2015)
    Treasurer: Jeffrey Althouse (EPOG 2015)
    Secretary: Ana Carolina Cordilha (EPOG 2016)

    The Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA) is an association gathering more than 9000 students and alumni from any Erasmus Mundus programme (only Action 1).

    Established in 2006 at the initiative of the Directorate General for Education and Culture of the European Commission, EMA is an association driven by its members. It offers:

    • an international professional and personal network for Erasmus Mundus students and graduates;
    • a promotion of the Erasmus programme, by participating or organising fairs, information seminars and promotional activites worldwide;
    • a channel of communication for students, alumni, universities and the European Commission, in particular through its Programme Representatives and Country Representatives.

    EPOG Students and alumni are strongly encouraged to join the association (free of any cost) since their enrollement in the programme.

    The EPOG policy briefs

    The EPOG “Policy briefs” comprise four pages of policy analysis and recommendations on topical issues, written in colloquial language. They contribute to public debates worldwide. It is curently issued in English. They are disseminated to a wide audience, including journalists, policy makers, members of parliament and think tanks.

    5October, 2019Dollar centrality and Renminbi’s rise: challenges and prospectsTom C. dos SantosPB#5
    4June, 2019Use of wearables for health management in the aging populationNuoya ChenPB#4
    3April, 2019Increasingweekly working timeand its implications for long-term growth :The case of AustriaLudwig ListPB#3
    2February, 2019Roadmaps to transition: the case of the Appalachian CoalfieldsClara Dallaire-FortierPB#2
    1November, 2018The impact of the Fed’s “normalization” of monetary policy on Emerging Market EconomiesJoaõ Pedro Scalco MacalósPB#1
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