Lecture on "Theories of the European Integration"
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Lecture on "Theories of the European Integration" by Prof. Romain Pasquier, Director of Research CNRS, Sciences Po-Rennes
Since 2011, Pasquier has been a CNRS Research Professor (Directeur de recherche) at the “Centre de recherche sur l’action politique en Europe”, Institute of Political Studies, University of Rennes. In 2010, he obtained his “Habilitation à diriger des recherches” at the Centre d’études européennes in Sciences-Po Paris. From 2002-10 he was a CNRS Research Fellow at the “Centre de recherche sur l’action politique en Europe”, University of Rennes. In 2000-01 he was Jean Monnet Fellow, Robert Schumann Centre, European University Institute of Florence. He obtained his PhD in 2000 from the EUI.
In 2012, Pasquier has been an expert for the DG Regio of the European Commission. He supervised an evaluation of the implication of sub-state authorities in processes of continental or sub-continental integration. From 2008 to 2010, he was a guest researcher on the Wales in a Regional Europe (WiRE) at Aberystwyth (UK). He is chief scientific advisor of the Institute of territorial Governance and Decentralization (Paris) and teaches at Sciences-Po Rennes, and at the University of Sevilla (Spain). He obtained funding from the European Science Foundation for his part in the 2008-10 Citizenship after Nation State programme. In 2005, he was recipient of the Brittany Region’s Prize ‘Young researcher’ in Social Sciences. In 2011, he obtained the CNRS “Prime d’excellence scientifique”
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