Yasemin Zeisl is a Researcher at VVA Economics & Policy.
Yasemin has a thorough and proven knowledge of EU policies and expertise in a wide range of policy areas including digital and innovation, (renewable) energy and environment.
Yasemin conducts impact assessments, evaluations and other supported studies. Her expertise lies in the energy, agricultural, construction, technology, financial services, aerospace and defence industry.Yasemin’s experience and interests also lay in foreign policy analysis and international law.
Yasemin specialises in literature reviews, desk research and mainly qualitative analysis.
In her previous role, as a Risk Analyst at Global Risk Intel, Yasemin carried out research and analyses on risks for businesses and governments worldwide.
Yasemin holds a master’s degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and three bachelor’s degrees in Japanese Studies, Korean Studies and Musicology from the University of Vienna.
Yasemin is a native German speaker and is fluent in written and spoken English. Additionally, she has a good command of Japanese and Korean. She also possesses basic knowledge of Spanish and Chinese.