Margaux TrucResearcher

Areas of expertise
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Research
  • EU Policy analysis
  • Digital policy and regulation
  • Transport policy
  • MSc, Politics and Policy Analysis, Bocconi University, Milan (IT)

  • BA, International Relations, University of Geneva, Geneva, (CH)

  • Italian, French, English

Margaux Truc is an Italian and Belgian national, working as a Policy Trainee at Milieu since August 2023. She holds an undergraduate degree in International Relations from the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and an MSc in Politics and Policy Analysis from Bocconi University (Italy).

During her studies, she carried out a four-month traineeship at the European Commission, supporting the work of the international relations unit of DG Comp (A5). As a trainee she wrote weekly confidential reports about anti-competitive practices and potentially unlawful state aid issued by EU partner countries. She also participated to the creation of a comprehensive global dataset on partner countries’ competition legislation. From October 2019 to June 2020, she was a research assistant at the Jacques Delors Institute of Paris, where she contributed to research projects on European trade policy and the negotiation of the MFF. Prior to joining Milieu, Ms Truc was an intern in the digital economy team of the Public Affairs consultancy Burson Cohn and Wolfe. Working for several clients in the tech and cybersecurity industry, she covered the latest developments of the EU digital and trade agenda and drafted client reports, mainly on the EU Cybersecurity and Data Strategy, the Digital Services Act package, the EU-China relations, and the EU trade and industrial policies. Ms Truc is an Italian and French native speaker; she has an excellent command of English.