Martin Clarke works at Panteia as a researcher. Since starting at Panteia, he has been working exclusively on internationally orientated studies and projects. His area of work is relatively diverse due to the broad nature of the organisation’s international activities and therefore has experience in a number of policy backgrounds. As a native English speaker, he is also involved in the quality assurance process at Panteia.
At Panteia, Martin has been involved in a variety of studies for the European Commission and European agencies, mostly in the fields of social and economic research. For Eurofound, Martin has participated in a project concerning Born Globals and their international value chains and is also involved in several representativeness studies. In 2016 and 2017, Martin has contributed to the Survey on the Access to Finance of Enterprises (SAFE), which monitors developments in SMEs’ access to finance through a survey for the European Commission and the European Central Bank.
In addition, Martin has contributed to evaluation studies and impact assessments. In particular, he has carried out an evaluation for the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) of their multi-annual strategic programme (MSP) 2014-2020. He is also involved in the European Expert Network on Culture and Audiovisual (EENCA), which was established on behalf of DG EAC of the European Commission.
Martin has a degree in International & European law (with a specialization in EU Law) from The Hague University. Prior to working at Panteia, Martin has also worked in the United Kingdom within the financial industry.