Marianne Schneider-Petsinger is responsible for analysis at the nexus of political and economic issues.
Before joining Chatham House, she managed the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue – an international membership body representing consumer organizations in the EU and US.
She also worked for a think-tank on transatlantic affairs in the US and an economics ministry in Germany.
Her research interest lies in the area of trade and transatlantic economic cooperation.
Marianne completed her graduate studies focusing on international trade and finance at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Tufts University) and the John F Kennedy School (Harvard University).
She holds a BA in International Affairs and Economics from the University of Maine.
Marianne is originally from Germany and spent almost ten years in the US.
Areas of expertise
- Geoeconomic strategy and positioning of the US
- International economics
- Transatlantic relations
|2014-16||Project Manager for the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue, Consumers International|
|2012-14||Trade Policy Officer, Ministry of Economic Affairs in the German Free State of Thuringia|
|2011||Economist / Trade Policy Analyst Trainee, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development|
|2008-10||Public Affairs Programme Coordinator, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies|
- The Future of the United States and Europe: An Irreplaceable Partnership Research paper 11 April 2018
- Trade Policy Under President Trump: Implications for the US and the World Research paper 3 November 2017
- Supporting the US Economy by Improving the Mobility of High-skilled Labour Across the Atlantic Research paper 27 September 2017
- Geoeconomics explained The World Today 9 December 2016
- Wilbur Ross Is in the Driver’s Seat on US Trade Policy – For Now 02 March 2017
- Beneath the Bluster, Trump Offers the Chance to Rethink Trade 12 December 2016
- What Does the Trump Win Mean for the European Economy? 10 November 2016
- Inequality Defines the American Election 20 October 2016
- For a US Trade Deal, UK Should Secure Its Spot in TTIP After Brexit 25 August 2016
- Brexit Clouds TTIP Negotiations But May Not Scupper Deal 08 July 2016