Aleksandra Waliszewska 

Researcher

Aleksandra works as Researcher in the Industry and Trade Programme. Currently her focus lies in the impact of the energy crisis on industrial decarbonization in Germany and the EU, the political economies of industrial transitions across EU member states, governance approaches, as well as in the climate and trade nexus.

Aleksandra Waliszewska 

Before joining E3G, Aleksandra completed her degree in Public Policy at the Hertie School, where she focused on energy and climate policy. During this time, she also worked on regional just transitions at the Institute of Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam. Her Master thesis analysed policy responses of EU member states to shield households from the energy crisis. 

Prior to joining the MPP programme, Aleksandra obtained a Master of Laws from the Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznan, Poland) including exchanges at the University of Vienna and Potsdam, finishing off with a thesis at the intersection of EU and international investment law. Her first job entailed advising on energy law matters at the international law firm CMS, which first awakened her passion for energy policy.  

Aleksandra is Polish but also speaks fluent English, German and French. Outside of work, Aleksandra loves taking care of her plants, baking, knitting and hiking. 

Before joining E3G, Aleksandra completed her degree in Public Policy at the Hertie School, where she focused on energy and climate policy. During this time, she also worked on regional just transitions at the Institute of Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam. Her Master thesis analysed policy responses of EU member states to shield households from the energy crisis. 

Prior to joining the MPP programme, Aleksandra obtained a Master of Laws from the Adam Mickiewicz University (Poznan, Poland) including exchanges at the University of Vienna and Potsdam, finishing off with a thesis at the intersection of EU and international investment law. Her first job entailed advising on energy law matters at the international law firm CMS, which first awakened her passion for energy policy.  

Aleksandra is Polish but also speaks fluent English, German and French. Outside of work, Aleksandra loves taking care of her plants, baking, knitting and hiking. 

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