Vivien A. Schmidt is Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration and Professor of International Relations and Political Science in the Pardee School at Boston University, where, until 2017, she served as the Founding Director of its Center for the Study of Europe. Her latest honors and awards include being named Chevalier in the Legion of Honor and receiving a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship for a transatlantic investigation of the populist “rhetoric of discontent.”
She has held visiting professorships and fellowships at a wide range of European institutions, including LUISS University in Rome, the Free University of Brussels, the Copenhagen Business School, the Free University of Berlin, Sciences Po Paris, the European University Institute in Florence, and Oxford University. Her recent books include the forthcoming Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy (co-edited, 2013), Democracy in Europe (2006)—named by the European Parliament as one of the “100 Books on Europe to Remember”—and The Futures of European Capitalism (2002).
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