Chairman of the Robert Schuman Foundation
Jean-Dominique Giuliani is the Chairman of the Robert Schuman Foundation. The Foundation is a reference research centre, whose work supports European integration. Special Advisor to the European Commission, Jean-Dominique Giuliani was previously Maître des Requêtes at the State Council, he was head of staff of the cabinet of the President of the Senate Mr René Monory (1992-1998) and Manager at the Taylor Nelson Sofres group (1998-2001). In 2001, he founded his own business in international consulting: J-DG.Com International Consultants of which he is the chair. He has notably published : "Plaidoyer pour l'élargissemnt et Atlas des nouveaux membres", 2 tomes, Robert Schuman Foundation Notes (Paris, 2002); "Quinze + Dix, le grand élargissement", Albin Michel (Paris 2003); "L'élargissement de l'Europe", collection « Que sais-je », PUF (Paris, 2005) ; "Un Européen très pressé" with Editions du Moment (May 2008) and "Les 100 mots de l’Europe" with Jean-Paul Betbèze, PUF, collection « Que sais-je ? », Paris, (May 2011). He co-directed the Permanent Atlas of the European Union, Lignes de Repères, 2012. He has published several articles on European integration topics and is a regular speaker at conferences on EU subjects.