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Emmanuelle Mathieu

Emmanuelle Mathieu

Research Fellow Marie Skłodowska-Curie


Emmanuelle’s work is located at the intersection between regulatory governance, multi-level governance and EU studies. Broadly speaking, she has been working on the development, evolution and functioning of regulatory institutions in multi-level settings and, more recently, on the judicial and conflictive dimension of the EU’s system of multi-level governance. Her current research focusses on the regulatory governance of electricity in Southern Mediterranean countries. Her most recent work has been published in Regulation and Governance, Public Administration and Palgrave.

Background and education

  • (2014) PhD, European University Institute
  • (2007) MA, University of Bath & Sciences-Po Paris
  • (2004) Bachelor, University of Cologne & Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne


2017Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship.

2017Beatriu de Pinos Postdoctoral Fellowship.

2010EUI PhD Fellowship.


Research interests

  • Regulatory governance
  • Multilevel governance
  • European Union
  • Public Policy
  • Public Administration

Selected publications

  • Mathieu, Emmanuelle; Matthys, Joery; Verhoest, Koen.2016Measuring Multi-Level Regulatory Governance: Organizational Proliferation, Coordination and ConcentrationRegulation & Governance,Link
  • Mathieu, Emmanuelle2016Regulatory Delegation in the EU: Networks, Committees and AgenciesPalgraveLink
  • Mathieu, Emmanuelle.2016When Europeanization Feeds Back into EU Governance: EU Legislation, National Regulatory Agencies and EU Regulatory NewtorksPublic Administration,94 (1):25-39Link