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Associate Professor at Sciences Po
Emiliano Grossman is associate professor of politics at Sciences Po and co-editor of the "European Journal of Political Research".
Emiliano Grossman was born in Buenos Aires and grew up in Germany. He holds degrees from Sciences Po and the University of Cambridge. He has been a senior research fellow at Sciences Po since 2003, working now at the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics (CEE). He is the co-convenor of the Master’s Programme in European Affairs. He teaches courses on EU politics, interest-group politics and comparative politics at Sciences Po.
His research concentrates on economic and financial regulation in the EU and political institutions. He has more generally focused on the variety of state-society relations in the EU and the challenges they are facing. At the same time, he has worked on the political systems of EU member states and the effects of the EU on politics, policy-making and political institutions in France. He recently co-edited a special issue for the 50iest anniversary of the French 5th Republic.
He is currently working on two major research projects. The first concerns the political agendas in France, which aims at creating quantitative indicators of political activity for the past 30 years or so. The second deals with the politics of financial liberalization in several EU member states over the past twenty years.
Political institutions, Political economy, Comparative politics, European integration, Interest Groups
- Issue Distinctiveness in a Two-Headed Political System - Similarities and Differences between Parties' Legislative and Presidential manifestos in France, SAB
- YELLOWPOL - The Yellow Vests Movement Impact on the 2019 European elections: online/offline polarization
- CONDRESP - Conditional Responsiveness in France and Germany
- L’action publique mise à mal par les clivages politiques
- Why are citizens satisfied with public policies (or not) ?
- Why are citizens satisfied with public policies (or not)?
- A gender bias in the European Journal of Political Research?
- Les partis et l’Europe. Européanisation des programmes ou nationalisation des enjeux européens ?