Dr Marek Naczyk
Fellow, Official Fellow
Associate Professor in Comparative Social Policy
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
Marek Naczyk is Associate Professor in Comparative Social Policy at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention. He is also a fellow at Kellogg College. His research is at the crossroads of social policy, comparative political economy and international political economy. He is particularly interested in the politics of pension and corporate governance reform not only in “old” OECD countries, but also in “emerging” economies.
Creating French-Style Pension Funds: Business, Labour and the Battle over Patient Capital (2016) Journal of European Social Policy 26 (3): 205-218.
The Financial Crisis and Varieties of Pension Privatization Reversals in Eastern Europe (with Stefan Domonkos) (2016) Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions 29 (2): 167-184.
Solidarity against All Odds: Trade Unions and the Privatization of Pensions in the Age of Dualization (with Martin Seeleib-Kaiser) (2015) Politics & Society 43 (3): 361-384.
Agents of Privatization? Business Groups and the Rise of Pension Funds in Continental Europe (2013) Socio-Economic Review 11 (3): 441-469.