d'Artis is a senior economist and lead scientist at the European Commission, Directorate-General (DG) Joint Research Centre. Currently, d'Artis serves as Member of the International Model Review Panel examining models used for the EU policy support at the European Commission. The latest model review report of the SYstemic Model of Banking Originated Losses (SYMBOL).
d'Artis is scientifically contributing to improving the EU legislation, by providing EU policy makers with an evidence-based scientific support on the macroeconomic and financial modelling, migration, inequality and fairness, employment and growth, international trade, regional development, land markets, renewable energy, environment, transport, virtual currencies, R&D and innovation.
d'Artis joined the DG Joint Research Centre as modeller, developing and applying macroeconomic models for the EU policy support. Since then, he has been leading several modelling teams at the European Commission, including the macroeconomic modelling team in Sevilla, Spain and the European Commission's Centre on Modelling in Ispra, Italy. Before joining the European Commission, d'Artis has held various teaching and research positions in universities and research institutes in the UK, Germany, Austria, USA and Belgium. He received PhD from the London School of Economics.