Prénom: 
Hélène
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LANDEMORE
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Yu
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XIE
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Professeur de sociologie à l'Université de Princeton

(Invité au LIEPP du 27 mai au 21 juin 2019)

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Professor of Sociology, Princeton University

(Visiting professor at LIEPP from May 27th to June 21st 2019)

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Yu Xie is Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Sociology and Director of Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China, Princeton University. He is also a Visiting Chair Professor of the Center for Social Research, Peking University.  His main areas of interest are social stratification, demography, statistical methods, Chinese studies, and sociology of science.  His recently published works include: Marriage and Cohabitation (University of Chicago Press 2007) with Arland Thornton and William Axinn, Statistical Methods for Categorical Data Analysis with Daniel Powers (Emerald 2008, second edition), and Is American Science in Decline? (Harvard University Press, 2012) with Alexandra Killewald.  He was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2004), Academia Sinica (2004), and the National Academy of Sciences (2009).  

Contributions : 

Yu Xie donne un séminaire organisé par le LIEPP et le OSC: Market Transition, Industrialization, and Social Mobility Trends in Post-Revolution China le 4 juin 2019.

Bio [english]: 

Yu Xie is Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Sociology and Director of Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China, Princeton University. He is also a Visiting Chair Professor of the Center for Social Research, Peking University.  His main areas of interest are social stratification, demography, statistical methods, Chinese studies, and sociology of science.  His recently published works include: Marriage and Cohabitation (University of Chicago Press 2007) with Arland Thornton and William Axinn, Statistical Methods for Categorical Data Analysis with Daniel Powers (Emerald 2008, second edition), and Is American Science in Decline? (Harvard University Press, 2012) with Alexandra Killewald.  He was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2004), Academia Sinica (2004), and the National Academy of Sciences (2009).  

Contributions :

Yu Xie gives a talk on June 4th, 2019 (joint LIEPP/OSC): Market Transition, Industrialization, and Social Mobility Trends in Post-Revolution China

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Lawrence D.
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BROWN
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Professeur, gestion et politiques de santé, Université de Columbia

(invité au LIEPP en novembre 2019)

 

Champ libre en anglais: 

Professor, Health Policy and Management, Columbia University

(visiting professor at LIEPP in November 2019)

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Docteur Lawrence Brown a été président du département des politiques de santé de la Mailman School pendant 10 ans et du Public Policy Consortium de Columbia pendant trois ans. Politologue, il a fait partie de la faculté de l'Université de Harvard et de l'Université du Michigan et a occupé divers postes à la Brookings Institution avant de rejoindre la faculté de Columbia en 1988. Il est l'auteur de Politics and Health Care Organizations: HMOs as Federal Policy (Brookings Institution,1983) et d’articles sur les dimensions politiques de la maîtrise des coûts communautaires, l’élargissement de la couverture des personnes non assurées, la réforme nationale de la santé, le rôle de l’analyse dans la formation des politiques de santé. Il a dirigé le Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law pendant cinq ans et a siégé à plusieurs comités consultatifs nationaux pour la Fondation Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ). Il est lauréat du prix RWJ Investigators in Health Policy et membre de l'Institute of Medicine.

Contributions : 

Il donne un séminaire Politics and Markets : Managed Competition as a Health Care Reform Strategy le 12 novembre 2019. 

Bio [english]: 

Lawrence D. Brown, PhD, served as former chair of the Mailman School's Department of Health Policy and Management for 10 years and Columbia University's Public Policy Consortium for three years. A political scientist, he served on the faculty of Harvard University and the University of Michigan, and held positions at the Brookings Institution before joining the Columbia faculty in 1988. Dr. Brown is the author of Politics and Health Care Organizations: HMOs as Federal Policy (Brookings Institution, 1983) and of articles on the political dimensions of community cost containment, expansion of coverage for the uninsured, national health reform, the role of analysis in the formation of health policy, and cross-national health policy. Dr. Brown edited the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law for five years, and has served on several national advisory committees for the Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) Foundation. He is a recipient of an RWJ Investigators in Health Policy award and a member of the Institute of Medicine.

Contributions :

He gives a talk on November 12, 2019 - Politics and Markets : Managed Competition as a Health Care Reform Strategy.   

Prénom: 
Ian
Nom: 
HURD
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Professeur de sciences politiques, Northwestern University

(Invité au LIEPP du 11 juin au 5 juillet 2019)

Champ libre en anglais: 

Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University

(Visiting professor at LIEPP from June 11th to July 5th 2019)

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Ian Hurd is Professor of Political Science and Director of the International Studies program at Northwestern University. He has worked for many years at the intersection of international law and international politics with a focus on international organizations and is currently writing a book on the life and times of liberal internationalism. His latest book is How to Do Things With International Law (Princeton University Press, 2017) which traces the idea of the international rule of law in contemporary international politics. His earlier work on the UN Security Council includes the book After Anarchy: Legitimacy and Power in the UN Security Council (Princeton 2007), which won the Myres McDougal Prize of the Policy Sciences Society and the Chadwick Alger Prize of the International Studies Association. His textbook International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice is in its third edition (Cambridge University Press, 2017). He is co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of International Organizations (Oxford University Press, 2017). He has served chair of the International Organization section of the International Studies Association and been a visiting scholar at the American Bar Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, EHESS, WZB-Berlin, Sciences Po, and elsewhere.

Contributions : 

Ian Hurd gives a talk (joint LIEPP/CSO) on June 17, 2019 The Rule of Law in Global Governance.

Bio [english]: 

Ian Hurd is Professor of Political Science and Director of the International Studies program at Northwestern University. He has worked for many years at the intersection of international law and international politics with a focus on international organizations and is currently writing a book on the life and times of liberal internationalism. His latest book is How to Do Things With International Law (Princeton University Press, 2017) which traces the idea of the international rule of law in contemporary international politics. His earlier work on the UN Security Council includes the book After Anarchy: Legitimacy and Power in the UN Security Council (Princeton 2007), which won the Myres McDougal Prize of the Policy Sciences Society and the Chadwick Alger Prize of the International Studies Association. His textbook International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice is in its third edition (Cambridge University Press, 2017). He is co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of International Organizations (Oxford University Press, 2017). He has served chair of the International Organization section of the International Studies Association and been a visiting scholar at the American Bar Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, EHESS, WZB-Berlin, Sciences Po, and elsewhere.

Contributions :

Ian Hurd gives a talk on June 17th (joint LIEPP/CSO): The Rule of Law in Global Governance.

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Carla
Nom: 
SHEDD
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Maurizio
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FERRERA
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Professeur de sciences politiques au département de sciences politiques et sociales de l'Université de Milan.

(Invité au LIEPP du 1er au 30 avril 2019)

Champ libre en anglais: 

Professor of Political Science, Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan.

(Visiting professor at LIEPP from April 1st to 30th 2019)

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Born in Naples in 1955, Maurizio Ferrera graduated in Philosophy in Turin (1977) and subsequently gained an MA in Political Science from Stanford University (1981) and a PhD in Political and Social Science at the Institute European University of Florence (1984).

Between 1984 and 2003 he taught at the University of Pavia as a researcher (1984-1987), Associate Professor (1987-1994) and finally as Full Professor. It has long been Vice-Director of the “Poleis” Center for Comparative Politics at Bocconi University, where has also taught courses in Political Science (within the DES program ) and European Integration (within the MIEM program). Since 2003 he has been Full Professor of Political Science at the Faculty of Political Science, Economics and Social Sciences (SPES) of the University of Milan, where he teaches “Theory and Policies of the welfare state”, “Comparative Welfare States” and “Empirical Political Theory “. Until 2011, he was President of the Graduate School in Social, Economic and Political Sciences, and currently serves as President of the Network for the Advancement of Social and Political Studies (NASP) among universities in Lombardy and Piedmont.

Maurizio Ferrera is part of many editorial boards of Italian and foreign journals. Between 1998 and 2000, he was co-director, along with Giovanni Sartori, the Italian Journal of Political Science. He directs the series “Public policies in Italy” for Il Mulino and the series “Studies in the political economy of welfare” for Routledge, along with Martin Rhodes. Since 2004 hehas been a columnist for the “Corriere della Sera”.

His main fields of research are comparative politics and public policy analysis, with particular reference to the problems of the welfare state and European integration. On these topics he has published articles in leading international journals including Comparative Political Studies, European Journal of Political Research, West European Politics, Journal of European Social Policy and the Journal of Common Market Studies. Among his most recent books: Alle Radici del Welfare all’Italiana (with M. Jessoula and V.  Fargion, 2012); Governance e Politiche nell’Unione europea (edited with M. Giuliani, Il Mulino, 2008); Il Fattore D. (Mondadori, 2008);  The Boundaries of Welfare (Oxford University Press, 2005).

In 2013 he won an ERC Advanced Grant for a  five year research prject on “Reconciling Economic and Social Europe” (REScEU).

Contributions :

Maurizio Ferrera donne une conférence grand public coorganisée par le LIEPP et l' Ecole des Affaires Publiques Towards European Social Union le 10 avril 2019.

Il fait la présentation de son étude European Integration and the Nation State: an Intractable Political Trade off? lors d'un séminaire coorganisé par le LIEPP et le CEE le 23 avril 2019.

What if the European Union were a Social Union ? Interview donnée par Maurizio Ferrera pour Sciences Po.

Bio [english]: 

Born in Naples in 1955, Maurizio Ferrera graduated in Philosophy in Turin (1977) and subsequently gained an MA in Political Science from Stanford University (1981) and a PhD in Political and Social Science at the Institute European University of Florence (1984).

Between 1984 and 2003 he taught at the University of Pavia as a researcher (1984-1987), Associate Professor (1987-1994) and finally as Full Professor. It has long been Vice-Director of the “Poleis” Center for Comparative Politics at Bocconi University, where has also taught courses in Political Science (within the DES program ) and European Integration (within the MIEM program). Since 2003 he has been Full Professor of Political Science at the Faculty of Political Science, Economics and Social Sciences (SPES) of the University of Milan, where he teaches “Theory and Policies of the welfare state”, “Comparative Welfare States” and “Empirical Political Theory “. Until 2011, he was President of the Graduate School in Social, Economic and Political Sciences, and currently serves as President of the Network for the Advancement of Social and Political Studies (NASP) among universities in Lombardy and Piedmont.

He was a member of numerous organizations and scientific committees, including the High Level Expert Group on Social Investment Policies at the European Commission, The Research Council European University Institute in Florence, the Executive Committee of the European Consortium for Political Research, the Board of Directors of the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, the Scientific Committee of Confindustria, the Steering Committee of the Center for Research and Documentation Luigi Einaudi of Turin. Over the years he has worked in various commissions of inquiry and working groups for the Italian government, the European Union, the OECD and the ILO. He was a member of the Onofri Commission (1997), the Commission of Inquiry on Social Exclusion (1998-2001), the High Level Group on the Modernization of Social Protection at the European Commission (1998). Currently he is Scientific Advisor for the Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale – ISPI –  and Affiliate Member of the Academy of Social Sciences Company.

Maurizio Ferrera is part of many editorial boards of Italian and foreign journals. Between 1998 and 2000, he was co-director, along with Giovanni Sartori, the Italian Journal of Political Science. He directs the series “Public policies in Italy” for Il Mulino and the series “Studies in the political economy of welfare” for Routledge, along with Martin Rhodes. Since 2004 hehas been a columnist for the “Corriere della Sera”.

His main fields of research are comparative politics and public policy analysis, with particular reference to the problems of the welfare state and European integration. On these topics he has published articles in leading international journals including Comparative Political Studies, European Journal of Political Research, West European Politics, Journal of European Social Policy and the Journal of Common Market Studies. Among his most recent books: Alle Radici del Welfare all’Italiana (with M. Jessoula and V.  Fargion, 2012); Governance e Politiche nell’Unione europea (edited with M. Giuliani, Il Mulino, 2008); Il Fattore D. (Mondadori, 2008);  The Boundaries of Welfare (Oxford University Press, 2005).

In 2013 he won an ERC Advanced Grant for a  five year research prject on “Reconciling Economic and Social Europe” (REScEU).

Contributions :

Maurizio Ferrera gives a talk on April 10th, 2019 Towards European Social Union.

He also presents a research paper on April 23th, 2019 European Integration and the Nation State: an Intractable Political Trade off? 

What if the European Union were a Social Union ? Interview by Maurizio Ferrera for the Sciences Po website.

 

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Carrie
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SHANDRA
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Associate Professor à State University of New York à Stony Brook.

(invitée au LIEPP du 22 novembre au 20 décembre 2019)

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Associate Professor at State University of New York at Stony Brook.

(visiting professor at LIEPP from November 22nd to December 20th 2019)

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Carrie Shandra est associate professor en sociologie à l’Université d’Etat de New York à Stony Brook. Ses recherches portent sur l’emploi et les inégalités sociales dans les parcours de vie aux Etats-Unis : (1) le handicap et le travail informel, (2) le handicap des jeunes et les trajectoires d’emploi, et (3) les stages et la transition du collège à l’université. Elle a été professeure invitée à la Fondation Russell Sage, chercheuse affiliée à l’Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research et chercheure postdoctorale à la National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation. Elle a obtenu son Doctorat de l’Université de Brown. 


Contributions :  

 

Elle donne un séminaire organisé par le LIEPP et l'OSC : Disability as Inequality : Social Disparities, Health Disparities and and Participation in Daily Activities le 27 novembre 2019.


Bio [english]: 

Carrie Shandra is a Sociologist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook who studies work and life course inequalities in the United States. Her current research focuses on three areas: (1) disability and nonmarket work, (2) adolescent disability and employment trajectories, and (3) internships and the college to career transition. She has been a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage foundation, a Research Fellow of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, and a Postdoctoral Fellow of the National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation.  She received her Ph.D. from Brown University.

Contributions :

She gives a talk on November 27, 2019 (joint LIEPP/OSC) - Disability as Inequality : Social Disparities, Health Disparities and Participation in Daily Activities

Prénom: 
Denis
Nom: 
Saint Martin
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Professeur titulaire au Département de Science Politique de l’Université de Montréal (Canada).

(Invité au LIEPP du 12 novembre au 12 décembre 2018)

Champ libre en anglais: 

Professor in the Department of Political Science at Université de Montréal (Canada).

(Visiting professor at LIEPP from November 12th to December 12th 2018)

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Denis Saint-Martin est professeur titulaire au Département de Science Politique de l’Université de Montréal et a été directeur de la Chaire Jean-Monnet en intégration européenne et du Centre d’excellence de l’Union européenne des universités de Montréal et McGill. Il a réalisé ses études doctorales et post-doctorales à l’Université Carleton et au Minda de Gunzberg Center for European Studies de l’Université Harvard. Il est un spécialiste de l’administration publique comparée et des questions de gouvernance. Ses nombreux articles et livres sont distingués par différents prix, dont le Best Book Award de l’Academy of Management aux États-Unis et le prix Herbert Kaufman de la American Political Science Association. Il a également été Fulbright Fellow à la Kennnedy School of Government et conseiller en politique publique au Cabinet du Premier ministre du Canada. Ses recherches actuelles portent sur l’histoire globale de la politique anticorruption et l’analyse institutionnelle comparée de l’éthique parlementaire.

Contributions :

Denis Saint-Martin donne un séminaire organisé par le LIEPP et le CEE The Arthur Andersen Effect: Business Power and the Re-Making of the Rules Against Corporate Corruption le 20 novembre 2018.

Entreprises, corruption et impact des instruments de "justice négociée", interview de Denis Saint Martin pour Sciences Po.

 

Bio [english]: 

Denis Saint-Martin is professor in the Department of Political Science at Université de Montréal. He studied at Carleton University and at the Harvard Center for European Studies. He is an expert in comparative public administration and policy. He received various distinctions for his numerous articles and books. His PhD thesis, Building the New Managerialist State, was published by Oxford University Press and won the U.S. Academy of Management’s Best Book Award. He received the Herbert Kaufman Award for Best Paper in Public Administration from the American Political Science Association and was a Fulbright Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government. He served as senior policy advisor in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada, and was Director of the Montréal European Union Centre of Excellence. He is currently working on the global history of anti-corruption policy, and on the comparative institutional analysis of legislative ethics. 

Contributions :

Denis Saint-Martin gives a talk on November 20th, 2018: The Arthur Andersen Effect: Business Power and the Re-Making of the Rules Against Corporate Corruption

Entreprises, corruption et impact des instruments de "justice négociée", interview by Denis Saint Martin for Sciences Po website.

Prénom: 
Garry
Nom: 
Gray
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Professeur associé au département de sociologie de l'Université de Victoria (Canada)
(invité au LIEPP du 3 septembre au 28 septembre 2018)

Champ libre en anglais: 

Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Victoria (Canada)
(visiting professor at LIEPP from September 3th to Septembre 28th 2018)

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Garry Gray is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Victoria (Canada) where he teaches qualitative research methods, sociology of law, and white-collar crime. He received his PhD (2008) at the University of Toronto where he conducted a large in-depth qualitative study into industrial risks and safety culture (‘Local Safety Cultures of Risk and Regulation: Workplace Safety, Individual Responsibility, and Near Miss Accidents’). From 2009-2011, he was a Research Fellow in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health where he researched the influence of organizational culture on medical errors and ethical decision-making inside hospital settings. Then, from 2011-2015, he was a Research Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard Law School where he conducted research on the social organization of unethical behaviour inside institutions of public trust, focusing specifically on institutional corruption in science.

Contributions : 

Garry Gray donne un séminaire organisé par le LIEPP et le CSO Experiencing Safety: Local Culture, Near Miss Accidents, and Regulatory Disempowerment le 14 septembre 2018.

Bio [english]: 

Garry Gray is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Victoria (Canada) where he teaches qualitative research methods, sociology of law, and white-collar crime. He received his PhD (2008) at the University of Toronto where he conducted a large in-depth qualitative study into industrial risks and safety culture (‘Local Safety Cultures of Risk and Regulation: Workplace Safety, Individual Responsibility, and Near Miss Accidents’). From 2009-2011, he was a Research Fellow in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health where he researched the influence of organizational culture on medical errors and ethical decision-making inside hospital settings. Then, from 2011-2015, he was a Research Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard Law School where he conducted research on the social organization of unethical behaviour inside institutions of public trust, focusing specifically on institutional corruption in science.

Contributions : 

Garry Gray is giving a talk (joint seminar LIEPP/CSO) on September 14th, 2018 Experiencing Safety: Local Culture, Near Miss Accidents, and Regulatory Disempowerment

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Maria Victoria
Nom: 
Alvarez
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Professeure associée, Département de sciences politiques et relations internationales, Université nationale de Rosario 
(invitée au LIEPP du 4 février au 2 mars 2019)

Champ libre en anglais: 

Associate professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations (DPScIR) – National University of Rosario
(visiting professor at LIEPP from February 4th to March 2nd 2019)

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Professor Alvarez holds a PhD in International Relations (National University of Rosario, Argentina, UNR), a Master’s degree in Integration and International Cooperation (UNR Argentina and K.U.Leuven University, Belgium), and a postgraduate degree in EU Law and European Economic Studies (Paris I Panthéon – Sorbonne, France). She is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations (DPScIR) – UNR, where she teaches both postgraduate (Theories of European integration) and graduate courses (International Organizations and Theories of International Relations). She has been successfully renewing the graduate curriculum offered by the DPScIR by organizing and delivering the first (and only) course on European integration in the history of the Department. The course has actively contributed to the involvement of students that would not normally specialize in European matters and has led to the creation of the Study Group on the European Union (SGEU). Dr. Alvarez is the founder and present coordinator of the SGEU.

Professor Alvarez has recently been awarded a grant for a Jean Monnet Project as part of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. 

Her research areas of interest include European integration theory, European Union politics and institutions, Euroscepticism, Legislative behaviour, particularly in the European Parliament, EU relations with Latin America, MERCOSUR politics and institutions, Comparative Regionalism.

Contributions : 

Professor Alvarez gives a talk (joint seminar LIEPP/CEE) on February 21st, 2019 Opposing Regional Integration in Comparative Perspective.

Bio [english]: 

Professor Alvarez holds a PhD in International Relations (National University of Rosario, Argentina, UNR), a Master’s degree in Integration and International Cooperation (UNR Argentina and K.U.Leuven University, Belgium), and a postgraduate degree in EU Law and European Economic Studies (Paris I Panthéon – Sorbonne, France). She is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations (DPScIR) – UNR, where she teaches both postgraduate (Theories of European integration) and graduate courses (International Organizations and Theories of International Relations). She has been successfully renewing the graduate curriculum offered by the DPScIR by organizing and delivering the first (and only) course on European integration in the history of the Department. The course has actively contributed to the involvement of students that would not normally specialize in European matters and has led to the creation of the Study Group on the European Union (SGEU). Dr. Alvarez is the founder and present coordinator of the SGEU.

Professor Alvarez has recently been awarded a grant for a Jean Monnet Project as part of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. 

Her research areas of interest include European integration theory, European Union politics and institutions, Euroscepticism, Legislative behaviour, particularly in the European Parliament, EU relations with Latin America, MERCOSUR politics and institutions, Comparative Regionalism.

Contributions : 

Professor Alvarez gives a talk (joint seminar LIEPP/CEE) on February 21st, 2019 Opposing Regional Integration in Comparative Perspective.