Languages: English and German
Areas of Expertise: European integration; financial market regulation
Sebastian Dullien was a senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations. His research focused on European integration, international macroeconomics, and financial market regulation.
Dullien is a professor of International Economics at HTW Berlin, the University of Applied Sciences. He has worked as a consultant and expert for many different political foundations and sub-organisations of the United Nations, and he has testified in front of several committees of the German Bundestag and the European Parliament. From 2000 to 2007, Dullien worked as a journalist for Financial Times Deutschland, the German-language edition of the FT. He first worked as a leader writer and then moved to the Economics desk. From 2002 to 2007 he was responsible for the paper’s coverage of the global, European, and German business cycles as well as developments in German academic economics. Dullien writes a monthly column in the German magazine, Capital and is a regular contributor to Spiegel Online. He writes occasional op-eds for a number of other German publications. His recent book, Decent Capitalism (co-authored with Hansjörg Herr and Christian Kellermann, 2011), provides a blueprint for a better-regulated and more stable capitalism after the crisis. An earlier German version (Der gute Kapitalismus) has been widely discussed in Germany.
Senior Policy Fellow Sebastian Dullien kommentiert die am Vortag in Brüssel von den EU-Finanzministern ausgehandelte Bankenunion
Sebastian Dullien - 29 November 2013
From a European perspective, the German coalition agreement is better that the status quo – but it does not contribute to the economic recovery of the eurozone, and it is disappointing when it comes to banking union.
ECFR experts discuss interesting and thought-provoking books and articles: Financialisation - The Economics of Finance Capital Domination by Thomas I. Palley, Cypherpunks - Freedom and the Future of the Internet by Julian Assange, How Lou Reed inspired Vaclav Havel and New Power. New Responsibility - Elements of a German foreign and security policy for a changing world
Sebastian Dullien - 05 September 2013
Ahead of federal elections, Germany is showing signs of complacency about its economic success, with none of the big candidates addressing the factors that might lead to German manufacturing losing its edge
Sebastian Dullien - 13 August 2013
Germany's recent economic success has been much admired across Europe. But an examination of what Germany's model really entails suggest it is not necessarily something Britain should copy as it searches for success of its own.
by Sebastian Dullien - 08th October, 2012
by Almut Möller with case studies by Aslı Aydıntaşbaş, Sebastian Dullien & Kadri Liik - 30th May, 2017
In the federal election year, Germans are ready to give new European solutions a strong boost and take more risks
by Sebastian Dullien - 28th April, 2016
Europe can more sustainably and cost-efficiently handle refugee arrivals by centralising management at a European level
by Sebastian Dullien - 08th October, 2012
Mark Leonard speaks with Mark Schieritz from Die Zeit and ECFR's Sebastian Dullien about a new framework for transatlantic relations. The podcast was recorded on 6 September 2018.
Crashed by Adam Tooze
The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect by Judea Pearl
The German barrier to a global euro by Sebastian Dullien
Weg vom Dollar by Mark Schieritz
Es reicht! by Tina Hildebrandt, Kerstin Kohlenberg, Jörg Lau, Mark Schieritz und Michael Thumann
Mark Leonard speaks with ECFR experts Kadri Liik and Sebastian Dullien about the consequences of the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the UK, and the eruption of an EU-US trade war.
The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization by Professor Peter van den Bossche
Liquid Surveillance by Zygmunt Bauman and David Lyon
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with Stefan Kornelius, head of the international section of the Sueddeutsche Zeitung, and with ECFR senior policy fellows, Kadri Liik and Sebastian Dullien, about the biggest leak in whistleblower history.
The Panama Papers show how corruption really works in Russia by Mark Galeotti
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks to Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, Hina Rabbani Khar, former Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Parag Khanna, Senior Research Fellow at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and Sebastian Dullien, Senior Policy Fellow at ECFR, about geo-economics and how Europe will fare in a geo-economic world.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Sebastian Dullien, ECFR senior policy fellow and a professor of international economics, about the impact that the influx of refugees will have on Germany’s economy, and on its local services.
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Franziska Brantner, Member of the German Parliament, ECFR’s senior policy fellow Sebastian Dullien and Josef Janning, and Ulrike Franke, Research Assistant at ECFR, about Germany’s leadership role and recent criticism on their decisions.
Germany, Russia, and the rise of geo-economics by Stephen F. Szabo
Sudden Justice – America’s Secret Drone Wars by Chris Woods
The Paradox of German Power by Hans Kundnani
Inequality – What can be done? By Anthony B. Atkinson
Soumission by Michel Houllebecq
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to ECFR's senior policy fellows Vessela Tcherneva and Sebastian Dullien about what the result of the Greek referendum will mean for Greece and for the EU.
Salonica by Mark Mazower
Die deutsche Bankenkrise 1931 by Karl Erich Born
Tsipras' Pyrrhic victory by Josef Janning
ECFR's director Mark Leonard speaks to Loukas Tsoukalis, Professor of Economics and head of the Greek think tank ELIAMEP, and Sebastian Dullien, ECFR's senior policy fellow and Professor of International Economics at HTW Berlin, about the Greek referendum, what it means and its possible implications.
Inequality by Tony B. Atkinson
And The Money Kept Rolling in (And Out) by Paul Blustein
Ruling The Void by Peter Mair