Amandine CRESPY

Associate Professor of Political Science and European Studies at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). Over the past few years she was invited as a visiting fellow at the Freie Universität Berlin, Science Po in Paris and Harvard University. Her research deals with political conflict and the socio-economic dimension of European integration (public services liberalization, responses to the Euro-crisis, social policy and social democracy in the EU). From a theoretical point of view, she has a special interest in the role of ideas, discourse and contention with regard to collective choices and democracy in Europe. She has authored a number of articles in international journals (French Politics, JEPP, JCMS, BJPIR, Political Studies) several book chapters and coedited a volume entitled The Elusive Pursuit of Social Europe and the Eurocrisis (with Georg Menz, Palgrave: forthcoming)

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SURE: A quick fix to be welcomed in the search for long-term solutions


Strategy over Speculation – Progressive Reactions to the EU Referendum in the UK


Next Left Vol. 10

Delivering empowered welfare societies
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Squaring the circle with an EU action on minimum wages is more urgent than ever

If a consensus could be found on bailing out indebted countries and extend the intervention scope the ECB, why not on tackling poverty through minimum wages?
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FEPS HQ (Expert meeting)

Social Europe in the new EU Economic Governance framework

Integrating social investment & social policy actors
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‘Social Europe in the new EU Economic Governance framework’ Flickr album

#112 FEPS Talks ‘The acceleration of Social Europe: achievements and EU legitimacy’