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Olivier Rozenberg is Associate Professor at Sciences Po (Paris) within the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics. He specialised in legislative studies (parliamentary institutions, legislators’ behaviour, comparative studies), European studies (EU institutions, France in Europe) and, between both area, in the role of parliaments in the governance of the EU. He has published a monography on the European Union and the French Parliament (in French: Sciences Po, 2018; in English: Palgrave: forthcoming). He has co-edited a number of collective books, including Parliamentary Roles in Modern Legislatures (with Magnus Blomgren, Routledge, 2012) and The Roles and Function of Parliamentary Questions (with Shane Martin, Routledge, 2012). He is also co-editor of the Palgrave Handbook on National Parliaments and the European Union (2015) and of the Traité d’études parlementaires (Larcier, 2018).
He is scientific advisor for the Master in European Affaires of Sciences Po School of Public Affairs. He is member of the editorial board of the Journal of Legislative Studies and Parliamentary Affairs. He has collaborated with the European Parliament on various topics.
Political institutions, parliaments and legislators, Europeanization, Sociology of legislators
- PLATO - The Post-crisis Legitimacy of the European Union
- OIE - L'Observatoire des institutions européennes
- Le numérique au service de l’évaluation de l’impact du Parlement sur la loi
- Inclusive Democracies? Conceptualising and Measuring the Descriptive and Substantive Political Representation of Under-represented Groups in Democratic Parliaments (INCLUSIVEPARL)
- YELLOWPOL - The Yellow Vests Movement Impact on the 2019 European elections: online/offline polarization
- La réduction du nombre de parlementaires, l’impossible réforme ?
- Faut-il renforcer les pouvoirs du Parlement européen ?
- Enduring consensus: why the EU legislative process stays the same
- Post Pandemic Legislatures. Is real democracy possible with virtual parliaments?
- Inquiries by Parliaments. The political use of a democratic right