Profesora lectora, University of Lausanne
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Emmanuelle Mathieu is a lecturer at the University of Lausanne, in Switzerland, and a Senior Research Fellow at IBEI. Before her appointment at the University of Lausanne, Emmanuelle worked at IBEI as a Marie S. Curie postdoctoral fellowship, and as a research fellow at the German Research Institute for Public Administration Speyer. She holds a PhD in political science from the European University Institute (Florence). Emmanuelle’s research interests revolve around the design, implementation, governance and evolution of neoliberal policies based on liberalization, regulation and regulatory agencies. Empirically, she specialized in infrastructure sectors (electricity, e-communications) in the European context and in Northern African countries. She is a member of the ECPR steering committee on Regulatory governance.
- (2014) PhD, European University Institute
- (2007) MA, University of Bath & Sciences-Po Paris
- (2004) Bachelor, University of Cologne & Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
- 2017. Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship.
- 2017. Beatriu de Pinos Postdoctoral Fellowship.
- 2010. EUI PhD Fellowship.
Líneas de investigación
- Política pública comparada
- Política europea
- Derecho y Política
Publicaciones más destacadas
- 2021.Multilevel Regulatory Coordination: The Interplay Between EU, federal and regional regulatory agencies.Public Policy and Administration,36 (3):343-360
- 2020.Public Policy and the CJEU’s Power: Bringing Stakeholders In.Routledge.
- 2020.Annulment Proceedings and Multilevel Judicial Conflict in the EU.Palgrave.
- 2020.Functional Stakes and EU Regulatory Governance: Temporal Patterns of Regulatory Integration in Energy and Telecommunications.West European Politics,43 (4):991-1010
- 2019.A Matter of Degree? Experimentalism in EU Electricity and Telecoms Regulation.Regulation & Governance,13 (9):577-592
- 2018.From high judges to policy stakeholders: A public policy approach to the CJEU’s power.Journal of European Integration,40 (6):753-767
- 2018.Domestic resistance against EU policy implementation: member states motives to take the Commission to Court.Journal of European Integration,40 (6):667-682
- 2017.Measuring Multi-Level Regulatory Governance: Organizational Proliferation, Coordination and Concentration.Regulation & Governance,11 (3):252-268
- 2016.When Europeanization Feeds Back into EU Governance: EU Legislation, National Regulatory Agencies and EU Regulatory Newtorks.Public Administration,94 (1):25-39Enlace
- 2016.Regulatory Delegation in the EU: Networks, Committees and Agencies.Palgrave.Enlace