University of Chicago, M.A. in Political Science, l973
Bryn Mawr College, B.A. cum laude in Political Science, l971
Professor of International Relations (l998 to present)
Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration (2001 to present)
Professor of Political Science (2009 to present)
Founding Director, Center for the Study of Europe (2011 to present)
Director, Center for International Relations (2008 to 2012)
University of Massachusetts Boston:
Professor of Political Science and Management (l993-l998);
Director, Center for Democracy and Development, and Senior Fellow, McCormack Institute (l994-1998).
Director, European Studies Program (l993-l998)
Associate Professor (l987 -1993); Assistant Professor (l981-l987); Instructor (l979-l981)
Visiting Professorships and Affiliate Positions:
Harvard University, Center for European Studies:
Co-Chair, European Union Studies Group (2008 to present); Faculty Affiliate (l999 to present); Visiting Scholar (Sept. l992 to Feb.l993); Research Associate (l985)
LUISS University, School of Government, Rome:
Visiting Professor of Comparative Politics (2012 to present)
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark:
Visiting Professor of Comparative Political Economy (2008 to present)
University of Geneva, Global Studies Institute (BU exchange program):
Visiting Professor of International Relations (July 2013)
Sciences Po, Paris:
Visiting Professor of European Studies (2000 through 2008)
Freie Universität, Berlin—Otto Sühr Institute, Research College ‘The Transformative Power of Europe:” Visiting Research Scholar (January through June 2010)
University of Göthenborg, Sweden:
Visiting Research Scholar (October 2010)
Warwick University, UK—Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS)
Visiting fellowship (February 2010)
Roskilde University, Denmark—Department of Globalization Studies
Visiting Professor of Institutional Theory (November 2009; September 2011)
Visiting Professor of European Studies (May-June 2009)
CEVIPOF (Center for the Study of Politics), Sciences Po, Paris:
Visiting Researcher (July to December 2007)
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Institut d’Études Européennes, and Université Catholique de Louvain
Chaire Franqui Professor (January through June 2007)
Cambridge University, UK: CRASSH (Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities), Visiting Fellow (March-April 2008)
Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna:
Visiting Professor (July 2003)
Oxford University, Nuffield College:
Visitorship and Fulbright Fellow (Sept. 2001 through Jan. 2002).
European University Institute, Florence, Political Science Department:
Visiting Scholar (May 2000); Part-time Professor (May l999)
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne (Fall l998):
Visiting Professor and Co-Director, project on the Welfare State.
University of Lille II-- Political Science: Visiting Professor (Oct., Dec., l995, Feb., April l996). University of Lille I--Economics: Visiting Professor (Jan. l995)
University of Paris V--René Descartes, Law: Visiting Professor (Nov. - Dec. l992). University of Paris X--Nanterre, Political Science: Visiting Professor (March l991; May l987)
Franqui Chair (January through June 2007)—Most prestigious inter-university Chair for Foreign Scholars in Belgium, granted every three years to a social scientist by the Franqui Foundation. Held at the European Studies Institutes of the Free University of Brussels and the Catholic University of Louvain.
Phi Beta Kappa, Epsilon: Recipient of Honorary Membership (Boston, December 2004).
Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration (2001 to present), European Union Commission Award.
Distinguished Scholar Award, University of Massachusetts Boston (May l997).
French government decoration: Chevalier in the Order of the Palmes Académiques (Oct l994).
Special award (Mention d’Honneur) for Democratizing France, received at the Gaston Defferre Prize Ceremony, Marseilles, May l992.
Academic Awards and Fellowships:
BJPIR Journal Prize for best article published in the British Journal of Politics and International Relations 2014, for “Speaking to the Markets or to the People? A Discursive Institutionalist Analysis of the EU's Sovereign Debt Crisis.” Announced at the Political Studies Association Annual International Conference (March 31st, 2015 in Sheffield, UK).
Research Fellowship (June 2014-June 2015), European Commission, Directorate General of Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) to consult and produce a paper on “Political Economy of EMU: Rebuilding Trust and Support for Economic Integration.”
Best Paper Award, ECSA-Canada 2012— “The Clash of Titans/ The White Knight and the Iron Lady: France, Germany and the Simultaneous Double Discursive Game of EMU Reform.” (co-authored with Amandine Crespy).
Visiting Research Scholar (2010)—Research College for the Transformation of Europe, Free University Berlin.
CNRS Foreign Researcher Award (July through December 2007), CEVIPOF—Center for the Study of Political Life, Sciences Po.
Rockefeller Foundation—Bellagio Study and Conference Center Residency Grant: July 17-August 15, 2003. For book project: Democracy in Europe.
Fulbright European Union Research Scholar Award (Sept. 2001- Jan. 2002), Nuffield College, Oxford University. For book project: Democracy in Europe. Fulbright Senior Research Scholar Award (Feb -July l991), University of Paris X—Nanterre. Research for From State to Market? University of Massachusetts Grants: Healey Grants, University of Massachusetts system (l992-l993, l985); Faculty Development Grants, UMass/Boston (l989, l987, l983)
Fulbright-Hays Program, French Government Scholarship (l973-74): Institut d’Études Politiques, Paris.
University of Chicago, Hillman Fellowship (l972-73): Research Assistantship (l97l-72).
EU Commission Grant: Director and Principal Investigator on the EU Grant: “Getting to Know Europe: EU Futures’ for a public lecture series by European artists, writers, public intellectuals, (Sept. 2015 to August 2017— €96,190--from the European Commission Delegation in Washington). The grant allows BU’s Center for the Study of Europe to continue the ‘European Voices’ series, developed as part of an earlier Getting to Know Europe project, and also to launch a new series, entitled “Interferences,” on issues pertinent to the transatlantic relationship.
EU Commission HORIZON 2020 Grant: Co-investigator of the EU grant: ENLIGHTEN ‘European Legitimacy in Governing through Hard Times: The Role of European Networks¹ (2015-2018— €2.5 million). Focused on theoretical issues surrounding legitimacy and EU institutional actors in the Eurozone crisis, ENLIGHTEN is a collaborative project coordinated at the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) which includes the University of Amsterdam, the Central European University and Université Libre de Bruxelles plus non-academic partners Tax Justice Network, European Trade Union Confederation, Finance Watch and Housing Europe. The project addresses the legitimacy of EU institutional actors’ differing modes of governance as they cope with hard times on short-term and long-term issues in three main policy fields: (1) Banking Crisis and Fiscal Sustainability; (2) Deficit Reduction and Continuity of Public Services; and (3) Youth Employment and Inclusive Growth.
Center for Finance, Law and Policy, Boston University: Principal Investigator for a grant for the workshop “Ideational and Social Resilience in Political Economic Life” at Boston University (Spring 2014--$5000)
EU Commission Grant: Director and Principal Investigator on EU Grant “Getting to Know Europe: The EU Inside Out” for a public lecture series by European artists, writers, public intellectuals, and ambassadors (Jan. 2013 to May 2014— €75,000). The project explores the prospects for democratic politics in Europe against the backdrop of the profound transformations taking place on the continent in response to the global financial meltdown and the crisis it has unleashed in the Eurozone. It does so from two vantage points: from the “center,” through a series of debates with European ambassadors, and from the “edges,” through a series of conversations with European artists and writers, intellectuals and activists, and a “European Voices” cultural festival.
European Science Foundation Grant to hold a workshop in 2012 on Resilient Liberalism, a collaborative book project (2011— €14,000) at Sciences Po, Paris (June 25-26, 2012)
EU Commission FP7 Grant for GR:EEN (Global Re-ordering: Evolution through European Networks)—Lead member for Boston University for this multi-university academic cooperation coordinated by Warwick University, with a consortium of 15 member universities from around the world, focused on the current and future role of the EU in an emerging multi-polar world, for which we will hold workshops at Boston University (2010-2014— €10 million grant in toto).
EU Commission Global Erasmus Mundus Grant for PhD Program—Lead member for Boston University for this multi-university joint doctoral degree program on “Globalisation, the EU, and Multilateralism”(the GEM PhD school), funded by the Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency of the EU Commission, coordinated by the Free University of Brussels (ULB), with a consortium of 10 member universities (also including Warwick, LUISS, Geneva, Fudan, Waseda, ITAM, and UN University), providing full three year support for approximately 9 PhD candidates annually, offering shared training programs, supporting international mobility actions, international seminars and joint workshops (2010-2015— €5 million grant in toto).
Humanities Foundation Grant to hold a workshop in 2011 on Resilient Liberalism, a collaborative book project (2010--$8,500), at Boston University (March 25-26, 2012)
EU Commission Grant: Director and Principal Investigator on EU Grant “Getting to Know the EU” for a public lecture series by artists and writers, a seminar series by political scientists, and a new course: Topics in European Politics and Culture: Critical Moments and Memory (Dec. 2008 to Dec. 2009— €100,000).
Humanities Foundation Grant for translation into French of Democracy in Europe, (2007--$2000).
EU Commission Grant: Director and Principal Investigator of grant to develop a European Studies Program, with a Scholar-in-Residence program and lecture series at Boston University(Oct. 1, 2004- Aug. 31, 2005— €50,000).
Volkswagen Foundation Grant: Co-Director and Co-Principal Investigator of collaborative international research project on Welfare and Work in the Open Economy (co-directed with F. W. Scharpf)--Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (1998-2000— €150,000)
USIA Grants: Director and Principal Investigator of grants while Director of the Center for Democracy and Development at UMASS. Grants included “Decentralization and Local Democracy: Citizen empowerment in Cameroon, Mali, and Senegal,” (l997-l998); and “The Role of Government in a Democracy: Namibia” (l995-1996) (approximately $200,000).
European Union Commission and Boston-area Consulates: Director and Principal Investigator for a series of grants for the European Studies Program at UMASS; from the European Union Commission-- successive yearly grants (l994-l998); French Cultural Services, French Embassy -- yearly grants (l993-l998); Spanish Consulate -- yearly grants (l994-l997); Italian Government with a lecturer in Italian Studies (l994-l997, renewable) (approximately $50,000 in total, not including the lecturer)
The Eurozone’s Crisis of Democratic Legitimacy: Governing by Rules and Ruling by Numbers (in progress)
Discursive Institutionalism: Ideas and Discourse in Political Analysis Under contract with Oxford University Press (anticipated date of publication: 2016)
Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy, co-edited with Mark Thatcher. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2013 (448pp)
Debating Political Identity and Legitimacy in the European Union co-edited with Furio Cerutti and Sonia Lucarelli. London: Routledge, 2011 (214pp)
Democracy in Europe: The EU and National Polities Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006 (317pp) [Translated into French and fully updated as: La Démocratie en Europe: L’Union Européenne et les politiques nationales Paris: La Découverte, 2010.]
*Named by the European Parliament and its President as one of the top one hundred books written on the European Union since its founding (Feb. 2015): ‘One Hundred Books on Europe to Remember’ http://www.europarl.europa.eu/100books/en/list.htm
Public Discourse and Welfare State Reform: The Social Democratic Experience (Vivien A. Schmidt et al.) Amsterdam: Mets & Schilt, 2005 (270pp) [Sponsored by the Forum Scholars for European Social Democracy: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Berlin; Karl Renner Institut, Vienna; Wiardi Beckman Stichting, Amsterdam.]
Policy Change and Discourse in Europe (co-edited with Claudio Radaelli) London: Routledge, 2005 (205pp)--and Symposium issue of West European Politics vol. 27, no. 4 (March 2004).
The Futures of European Capitalism Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. (356pp)
[Chinese translation: Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2010]
Welfare and Work in the Open Economy Volume I: From Vulnerability to Competitiveness (co-authored with Fritz W. Scharpf). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000 (424pp)
Welfare and Work in the Open Economy Volume II: Diverse Responses to Common Challenges(co-edited with Fritz W. Scharpf). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000 (680pp)
From State to Market? The Transformation of French Business and Government New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,1996 (476pp).
Democratizing France: The Political and Administrative History of Decentralization. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990 (406pp)
*Special award (Mention d’Honneur), Gaston Defferre Prize Ceremony, Marseilles, May l992
Refereed Journal Articles:
“Power through, over and in ideas: Conceptualizing ideational power in discursive institutionalism.” Article for Symposium issue of the Journal of European Public Policy (forthcoming 2016).
“The Roots of Neo-Liberal Resilience: Explaining Continuity and Change in Background Ideas in Europe’s Political Economy,” for the Symposium on ‘Background Ideas,’ British Journal of Politics and International Relations (forthcoming 2015).
“Why are Neo-Liberal Ideas so Resilient in Europe’s Political Economy,” (with Mark Thatcher) Lead article in Forum with responses from Bob Jessop, Susan Fainstein, Christoph Scherrer, and Philip Cerny, Critical Policy Studies (2014) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19460171.2014.926826
“The Discursive Double Game of EMU Reform: The Clash of Titans between French White Knight and German Iron Lady” (with Amandine Crespy) Journal of European Public Policy vol. 21, no. 8 (2014): 1085-1101
* ECSA-Canada Best Paper Award (Ottawa, April 27-28, 2012)
“Speaking to the Markets or to the People? A Discursive Institutionalist Analysis of EU Leaders’ Discourse during the Eurozone Crisis,” British Journal of Politics and International Relations vol. 16, no. 1 (2014): 188-209. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-856X.12023
* BJPIR Journal Prize for best article published in 2014
“Arguing about the Eurozone Crisis: A Discursive Institutionalist Analysis.” Critical Policy Studies Vol. 7, No. 4 (2013): 455–462
“The Political Sources of Italy’s Economic Problems: Between Opportunistic Political Leadership and Pragmatic Technocratic Leadership” (with Elizabetta Gualmini) Comparative European Politics (Symposium on “The Italian Transition within the European Framework”) vol. 11, no. 3 (2013): 360-382.
“Democracy and Legitimacy in the European Union Revisited: Input, Output and ‘Throughput.” Political Studies vol. 61, no. 1 (2013): 2-22
“France’s Postwar Model from the State in Action to a State of Mind,” (Review Essay of Philip Nord’s France’s New Deal) in French Politics vol. 10, no. 2 (2012): 196-208
“Reinterpreting Interpretive Social Science: Mark Bevir on Democratic Governance.” Review Essay in Comparative European Politics vol. 10, no 5(2012): 625-633.
“European Member-State Elites’ Diverging Visions of the European Union: Diverging Differently Since the Eurozone Crisis and the Libyan Intervention?” in Symposium issue on “Diverging Views of Europe: The EU Against Itself?” Journal of European Integration, vol. 34, no. 2 (2012): 169-180.
“Speaking of Change: Why Discourse is Key to the Dynamics of Policy Transformation,” Critical Policy Studies Vol. 5, No. 2 (2011): 106-126
"The European Union’s Eurozone Crisis and What (not) to do about it" Brown Journal of World Affairs vol. XVII, issue I (Fall/Winter 2010), pp. 199-214. [Chinese translation, Nankai Journal vol. 3, 2013: 1-10]
"The Unfinished Architecture of Europe's Economic Union" Comment in Governance Vol. 23, No. 4 (2010): 555–559).
“Taking Ideas and Discourse Seriously: Explaining Change through Discursive Institutionalism as the Fourth New Institutionalism.” European Political Science Review vol. 2, no. 1 (2010): 1-25 [Reprinted in: Institutionalism II eds. Guy Peters and Jon Pierre, Sage Library of Political Science, 2011]
“Re-Envisioning the European Union: Identity, Democracy, Economy,” Journal of Common Market Studies vol. 47Annual Review (2009): 17-42.
“Putting the Political Back into Political Economy by Bringing the State Back Yet Again.” World Politics vol. 61, no. 3 (2009): 516-548.
“The Challenges to European Citizenship from Global Capitalism and European Integration” Politica & Società (2009).
“Explaining ‘Democracy in Europe’,” Review Article (response to three reviews of my book) in Comparative European Politics vol. 7, no. 3 (2009): 396-407.
“Déliberation publique et discours de légitimation en France et le Royaume Uni face à l’Intégration Européenne,” Revue internationale de politique comparée vo. 15, no. 4 (2009) : 555-571.
“Envisioning a less fragile, more liberal Europe,” European Political Science vol. 8 (2009): 212-224. [Also in Italian translation in Biblioteca della Libertà vol. 43, no. 193 (2008)]
“Discursive Institutionalism: The Explanatory Power of Ideas and Discourse,” Annual Review of Political Science vol. 11 (2008): 303-26.
“European Political Economy: Labor Out, State Back In, Firm to the Fore.” 30th Anniversary Issue of West European Politics vol. 31, no. 1-2 (2008): 302-320.
“Trapped by their Ideas: French Elites’ Discourses of European Integration and Globalization.” Journal of European Public Policy vol. 14, no. 4 (2007): 992-1009.
“Procedural Democracy in the EU: The Europeanization of National and Sectoral Policymaking Processes,” Journal of European Public Policy vol. 13, no. 5 (2006): 670-691.
“Adapting to Europe: Is it Harder for Britain?” British Journal of Politics and International Relations vol. 8 (2006): 15-33.
“Democracy in Europe: The Impact of European Integration.” Perspectives on Politics vol. 3, no. 4 (2005): 761-779. [Also in Spanish translation in Papeles de Relaciones Ecosociales y Cambio Global no. 100 (2007/2008): 87-108]
“L’Etat, l’économie et la protection sociale aux États-Unis et en Europe: diversité des strategies, des capacités institutionnelles et du discours,” Critique Internationale (2005)
“The European Union: Democratic Legitimacy in a Regional State?” Journal of Common Market Studies vol. 42, no. 4 (2004): 975-999 [Also in Italian translation in Biblioteca della libertà vol. 30, no. 171-172 (2004); Rreprinted in: Political Accountability eds. Richard Bellamy and Antonio Palumbo Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate 2010, pp. 445-67.]
“Europeanization of National Democracies: The Differential Impact on Simple and Compound Polities.” Politique Européenne no. 13 (Spring 2004): 113-140.
“Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Policy Change in Europe.” (co-authored with C. Radaelli). Introduction to Symposium issue of West European Politics vol. 27, no. 2 (March 2004): 1-28.
“Conclusions.” (co-authored with C. Radaelli). Conclusion to Symposium issue of West European Politics vol. 27, no. 2 (March 2004): 364-379.
“French Capitalism: Transformed, and yet still a third variety,” Economy and Society vol. 32, no. 4 (2003).
“How, Where, and When does Discourse Matter in Small States’ Welfare State Adjustment?” New Political Economy vol. 8, no. 1 (March 2003): 127-46.
“Europeanization and the Mechanics of Policy Adjustment,” Journal of European Public Policy vol. 9 no. 6 (2002): 894-912. [Republished in 2010 virtual special issue of Journal of European Public Policy on Europeanization, ed. Claudio Radaelli]
“Does Discourse Matter in the Politics of Welfare State Adjustment?” Comparative Political Studies vol. 35, no. 2 (2002): 168-193. [Reprinted in: Welfare States: Construction, Deconstruction, Reconstruction eds. Stephan Leibfried and Steffen Mau. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2008]
“The Politics of Adjustment in France and Britain: When Does Discourse Matter?” Journal of European Public Policy vol. 8, no. 2 (2001): 247-264.
“L’Économie Française est-elle toujours un Capitalisme d’État?” Critique Internationale no. 8 (July 2000): 163-176. [Also editor of Symposium on Models of Capitalism for this journal, with contributions from Colin Crouch, Linda Weiss, and Greg Jackson.]
“France between Étatiste Tradition and the American Federalist Model,” Tocqueville Review Vol. 21, no 1 (2000): 73-81.
“Discorsi di Legitimazzione del Cambiamento Economico e Sociale in Europa.” Europa Europa no. 1 (2000): 113-138
“Democracy and Discourse in an Integrating Europe and a Globalizing World.” European Law Journal vol. 6, no 3 (2000): 277-300
“European ‘Federalism’ and its Encroachments on National Institutions.” Publius vol. 29, no. 1 (1999): 19-44.
“Democrazia e Discorso Pubblico: La Sfida dell’Integrazione Europea e della Globalizzazione.” Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica no. 2 (1999): 207-241
“The Changing Dynamics of State-Society Relations in the Fifth Republic.” West European Politics (l999): 141-165.
“The Impact of European Integration on National Patterns of Industrial Policy-making: The Cases of France, Great Britain, and Germany.” Current Politics and Economics in Europe vol. 9, no. 1 (1999) 1-17.
“Privatization in France: The Transformation of French Capitalism,” Government and Policy no. 4 (l999).
“La France entre l’Europe et le Monde: Le cas des politiques économiques nationales,” Revue Française de Science Politique vol. 4, no. 1 (l999): 49-78.
“Discourse and (Dis)Integration in Europe: The Cases of France, Great Britain, and Germany,” Daedalus vol. 126, no. 3 (l997): 167-198.
“Running on Empty: The End of Dirigisme in French Economic Leadership,” Modern and Contemporary France vol. 5, no. 2 (l997): 229-241.
“Economic Policy, Political Discourse, and Democracy in France,” French Politics and Society vol. 15, no. 2 (l997): 37-48.
“European Integration and Democracy: The Differences among Member States.” Journal of European Public Policy, vol. 4, no. 1 (1997): 128-145.
“European Integration and Institutional Change: The Transformation of National Patterns of Policy Making.” Leviathan special issue (1996).
“The Decline of Traditional State Dirigisme in France: The Transformation of Political Economic Policies and Policymaking Processes,” Governance vol. 9, no. 4 (l996): 375-405.
“Loosening the Ties that Bind: The Impact of European Integration on French Government and its Relationship to Business,” Journal of Common Market Studies vol. 34, no. 2 (l996): 223-254.
“Industrial Policy and Policies of Industry in Advanced Industrialized Nations: A Review Article,” Comparative Politics vol. 28 (l996): 225-248.
“The New World Order, Incorporated: The Rise of Business and the Decline of the Nation-State.” Daedalus vol. 124, no. 2 (l995): 75-106.
“An End to French Economic Exceptionalism? The Transformation of Business under Mitterrand.” California Management Review vol. 36, no. 1 (1993): 75-98.
“A Profile of the French CEO.” International Executive vol. 35, no. 5 (l993): 413-430.
“Débloquer la Société par Décret: Le Cas de la Décentralisation en France,” Pouvoirs Locaux no. 6 (l990): 113-118.
“Unblocking Society by Decree: The Impact of Governmental Decentralization in France,” Comparative Politics vol. 22, no. 4 (1990): 459-481.
“Engineering a Critical Realignment of the Electorate: The Case of the Socialists in France,” West European Politics vol. 13, no. 2 (1990): 192-215.
“Industrial Management under the Socialists in France: ‘Decentralized Dirigisme‘ at the national and local levels.” Comparative Politics vol. 21, no. 1 (l988): 53-72.
“Four Models of Explanation.” Methodology and Science vol. 21, no. 3 (l988): 174-201.
“The Historical Approach to Philosophy of Science: Toulmin in Perspective.” Metaphilosophy vol. 19, no. 3 (l988): 223-236.
“Four Approaches to Science and their Implications for Organizational Theory and Research.” Knowledge vol. 9, no. 1 (l987): 19-41.
“La Dérégulation aux États Unis.” Revue Française d'Administration Publique no. 41 (l987): 115-127.
“Four Approaches to Scientific Rationality.” Methodology and Science vol. 19, no. 3 (l986): 207-232.
“Bringing Moral Values Back In: The Role of Formal Philosophy in Effective Ethical Public Administration.” (with C. Hetzner) International Journal of Public Administration vol. 8, no. 4 (l986): 429-453. [Reprinted in: Principles and Practices in Public Administration Part 10: Ethics and the Public Service. eds., Jack Rabin, Robert Munzenrider, and Sherrie Bartell. New York: Marcel Dekker eBook, 2003.]
Articles in Progress:
“Changing Supranational Rules by Stealth: EU Institutional Actors’ Pathways to Legitimation in the Eurozone Crisis.” Article under review.
“Reinterpreting the Rules ‘by Stealth’ in times of Crisis: The European Central Bank versus the European Commission” Article in progress for West European Politics. Revision of paper to be presented at the workshop ‘Rethinking European Integration,’ European University Institute, Florence (Sept. 2015, first presented at a workshop of the same name in June 16, 2014).
“Explaining Continuity and Change Endogenously in Advanced Industrialized Countries: From Historical Institutionalism to Discursive Institutionalism.” Article in progress.
Chapters in Books:
“Changing the policies, politics, and processes of the Eurozone in crisis: Will this time be different?” Social Developments in the EU 2015 eds., David Natali and Bart Vanhercke Brussels: European Social Observatory (OSE) and European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), 2015
“Discursive Institutionalism: Understanding Policy in Context” in Handbook of Critical Policy Studies (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2015).
“Conceptualizing Change in Europe: Is Europe becoming a ‘Region-State’?” Chapter for Conceptualizing Change in Comparative Politics: New Writings on Polities, Peoples and Markets, eds., Tony Spanakos and Francisco Panizza (London: Routledge, forthcoming 2015)
“Contrasting American and French Approaches to Public Policy.” Co-authored chapter (with Peter Hall, Mark Thatcher, Claudio Radaelli) in Laurie Boussaguet, Sophie Jacquot, Pierre Muller, Pauline Ravinet (eds.) Une discipline en action. Où en sont les policy sciences en France ?(Paris: Presses de Sciences Po, 2015)
“Varieties of Capitalism: France’s State-Influenced Market Economy” in Oxford Handbook of French Politics. Eds. Robert Elgie, Amy Mazur, Emiliano Grossman, Andrew Appleton (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015)
“The Forgotten Problem of Democratic Legitimacy: ‘Governing by the Rules’ and ‘Ruling by the Numbers’ in The Future of the Euro co-edited by Matthias Matthijs and Mark Blyth. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 90-114.
“Conclusion: Sense-Making, Politics, Ideas, and Discourses in Institutional Change” (with Susanna Borrás and Leonard Seabrooke) in Sources of National Institutional Competitiveness: Sensemaking and Institutional Change (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015).
“Democracy in Europe” in Routledge Handbook of European Politics, ed. José Mangone (London: Routledge, 2015)
“EU Leaders’ Ideas and Discourse in the Eurozone Crisis: A Discursive Institutionalist Analysis,” in EU Foreign Policy through the Lens of Discourse Analysis: Making Sense of Diversity, eds. Caterina Carta and Jean-Frederic Morin. (Farnham: Ashgate, 2014)
“Comparative Institutionalisms” in Globalization, Europe, Multilateralism ed. Mario Telo. Global Erasmus Mundi PhD textbook (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2014).
“Theorizing Ideational Continuity: The Resilience of Neo-Liberal Ideas in Europe” (with Mark Thatcher) in Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy co-edited by Vivien A Schmidt and Mark Thatcher (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).
“The State: Bête Noire of Neo-Liberalism or its Greatest Conquest?” (with Cornelia Woll) in Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy co-edited by Vivien A Schmidt and Mark Thatcher (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).
“State transformation in Italy and France: Technocratic versus political leadership on the road from non-liberalism to neo-liberalism” (with Elisabetta Gualmini) in Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy co-edited by Vivien A Schmidt and Mark Thatcher (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).
“Conclusion: Explaining the resilience of neo-liberalism and possible pathways out “(with Mark Thatcher) in Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy co-edited by Vivien A Schmidt and Mark Thatcher (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).
“In the Light and the Shadow of the Single Currency: European Identity and Citizenship.” Chapter for The Single Currency and European Citizenship: Unveiling the Other Side of the Coin ed. Giovanni Moro (New York: Bloomsbury, 2013)
“The Europeanization of National Economies.” Revised chapter for second edition of Simon Bulmer and Christian Lequesne, eds. Member States and the European Union. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).
“Discursive Institutionalism: Scope, Dynamics, and Philosophical Underpinnings” in The Argumentative TurnRevised: Public Policy as Communicative Practice eds. Frank Fischer and Herbert Gottweis. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2012)
“The State and Political Economic Change: Beyond Rational Choice and Historical Institutionalism to Discursive Institutionalism,” State, Globalization and MultilateralismEd., Mario Telò. (Berlin: Springer, 2012)
“What Happened to the State-Influenced Market Economies? France, Italy, and Spain Confront the Crisis as the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” in The Consequences of the Global Financial Crisis: The Rhetoric of Reform and Regulation eds. Wyn Grant and Graham Wilson. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)
“Les Implications Politiques du Modèle Économique Italien,” La Transition Italienne dans le Cadre Européen eds. Jean-Michel De Waele, Mario Telo, Giulia Sandri and Luca Tomini (Bruxelles: Éditions de l'Université de Bruxelles, 2012)
“Democracy and Legitimacy in the European Union” in Oxford Handbook of the European Union (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)
“European Economy 1950 to 2010: The Miracle of Growth and the Sources of Wealth.” Completely revised chapter for third edition of Richard Sakwa and Anne Stevens (eds.) Contemporary Europe (Basingstoke: Palgrave foundations, 2012)
“Varieties of Capitalism and the American Model.” Oxford Companion to American Politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2012).
“European Member-State Elites’ Diverging Visions of the European Union: Diverging Differently Since the Eurozone Crisis and the Libyan Intervention?” in Euroscepticism within the EU Institutions: Diverging Views of Europe eds. Nathalie Brack and Olivier Costa (London: Routledge, 2012)
“Introduction: Internationalization and Policy Paradigms” (with Grace Skogstad) in Policy Paradigms, Transnationalism and Domestic Politics ed. Grace Skogstad. (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2011), pp. 3-35.
“Ideas and Discourse in Transformational Political Economic Change in Europe” in Policy Paradigms, Transnationalism and Domestic Politics ed. Grace Skogstad, (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2011), pp. 36-63.
“Institutional Theory.’ Encyclopaedia of Political Science, General Editors Bertrand Badie, Dirk Berg-Schlosser, and Leonardo Morlino. Sage, 2011. (8000 words)
“The Problems of Identity and Legitimacy in the European Union: Is more Politics the Answer?” in “Debating Political Identity and Legitimacy in the European Union” eds. Furio Cerutti, Sonia Lucarelli, and Vivien A. Schmidt. (London: Routledge, 2011), pp. 16-37.
“The Smalls, the Bigs, and Europeanization.” Chapter in Forever Corporatist? Change and Continuity in the Small West European Countries’ Capitalisms ed. Uwe Becker (Amsterdam University Press, 2011)
“Reconciling Ideas and Institutions through Discursive Institutionalism” in Ideas and Politics in Social Science Research eds. Daniel Béland and Robert H. Cox (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010).
“On Putting Ideas into Perspective: Schmidt on Kessler, Martin and Hudson, and Smith.” Concluding comment for The Role of Ideas in Political Analysis: A Portrait of Contemporary Debates eds. Andreas Gofas and Colin Hay (Routledge, 2010).
“European Elites on the European Union: What Vision for the Future?” in European Union and World Politics: Consensus and Division eds., Andrew Gamble and David Lane London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), pp. 257-73.
“Public Attitudes toward Business in France: The Importance of Good Ideas and Persuasive Discourse.” Book chapter for Public Attitude toward Business and the Modern Market Economy Korean Development Institute (forthcoming 2009)
“The EU and its Member-States: From Bottom-up to Top-down” in Reflections on European Integration: 50 Years of the Treaty of Rome eds. Alex Warleigh and David Phinnemore (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2009), pp. 194-211. [Translated into Chinese and published in Nankai Journal No.5, 2010 (CSSCI).
“Comparative Institutional Analysis” in Handbook of Comparative Politics eds. Todd Landman and Neil Robinson. (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2009)
“La Démocratie Représentative en Europe : La « Politique sans Politisation » de l’UE et la « Politisation sans Politique » des Etats Membres » in Politiques Publiques et Démocratie—Mélanges en l’Honneur de Bruno Jobert Eds. Olivier Giraud, Pierre Muller, Philippe Warin. (Paris : La Découverte, 2008)
“The European Union as Supra-National Regional State: Rethinking What the EU is and Where it is Going” in A Recast Partnership? Institutional Dimensions of Transatlantic Relations Ed. Simon Serfati (Washington: Center for Strategic International Studies, 2008).
“Social Contracts under Siege: National Responses to Globalized and Europeanized Production in Europe” in Global Capitalism Unbound: Winners and Losers of Offshore Outsourcing Ed. Eva Paus, pp. 113-129 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)
“Labour in the 21st Century: The Strategies of States” in Labour in the 21st Century: Employment, States, Capital, Trade Unions and Social Movements.” Eds. Andrew Gamble, Andrew Taylor, Steve Ludlam, and Steven Wood, pp. 21-41 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2007).
“Institutionalism and the State” in The State: Theories and Issues, eds., Colin Hay, David Marsh, and Michael Lister, pp. 98-117 (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2005).
“The EU ‘Polity’ and the Europeanization of National Polities” in With US or Against US: European Trends in American Perspective eds., Nicolas Jabko and Craig Parsons (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).
“The Role of Public Discourse for a Social Democratic Reform Project” in Public Discourse and Welfare State Reform: The Social Democratic Experience (Vivien A. Schmidt et al.) , pp. 13-50 (Amsterdam: Mets & Schilt, 2005).
“European Economy since the beginning of the EU: The Miracle of Growth and the Sources of Wealth” in Richard Sakwa and Anne Stevens (eds.) Contemporary Europe Second Edition (Basingstoke: Palgrave foundations, 2005).
“Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Policy Change in Europe” (co-authored with C. Radaelli) in Policy Change and Discourse in Europe (London: Routledge, 2005).
“Mapping the scope of discourse, learning, and Europeanisation in policy change” (co-authored with C. Radaelli) in Policy Change and Discourse in Europe (London: Routledge, 2005).
“Die Reformfdhigkeit Frankreichs im Vergleich”(French Reform Capacity in Comparative Perspective) inFrankreich Jahrbuch 2004: Reformpolitik in Frankreich ed., Deutsch-Franzoesisches Institut (dfi) (Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag, 2005).
“The Europeanization of National Economies?” in Member States and the European Union eds., Simon Bulmer and Christian Lequesne (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).
“Europeanization and the Mechanics of Economic Policy Adjustment” in L’Intégration Européenne entre Émergence Institutionnelle et Recomposition de l’État eds. Christian Lequesne and Yves Surel (Paris :Presses de Sciences Po, 2004).
“European Economy” in Fifty Years of UEFA volume 1, ed., U. Rudolph Roethenbuehler (Geneva: Union of European Football Associations, 2004).