- Telephone:+31 20 59 86719
- Room nr:z-338
- Unit:faculteit der sociale wetenschappen ( afdeling bestuurswetenschap en politicologie )
- Position:Professor in Multi-Level Governance
Room number:Z 333 (Metropolitan)
Telephone number: + 31 20-598-6719
Liesbet Hooghe joined the department in 2004. She holds a research chair in multilevel governance. She is also W. R. Kenan Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
For more information (including access to papers) Click here
Her interests lie in European integration, multilevel governance, decentralization, international organization, elite studies, political parties, and public opinion.
Recent books include The European Commission in the 21st Century (OUP, 2013 – multi-authored), The Rise of Regional Authority: A Comparative Study of 42 OECD Democracies (Routledge, 2010, with Gary Marks and Arjan Schakel), The Commission and The Integration of Europe: Images of Europe (CUP, 2002), and Multilevel Governance and European integration (Rowman & Littlefield, 2001, with Gary Marks). She is currently working with Gary Marks on a multi-volume project on the causes and consequences of multilevel governance, which is funded by an Advanced European Research Council grant. Hooghe has published a.o. in Acta Politica, the APSR, ARPS, British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, European Journal of Political Research, European Union Politics, International Organization, JCMS, Journal of Politics, Party Politics, Publius, Regional and Federal Studies, Review of International Organization, West European Politics. Liesbet Hooghe received her PhD. from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, had a postdoctoral fellowship at Nuffield College, Oxford (1991-1994), and taught at the University of Toronto (1994-2000) before moving to Chapel Hill. She is the past Chair of the European Politics and Society Section of APSA (2004-5), and past Chair of the European Union Studies Association (2007-9). She co-edits a series on Transformations in Governance with OUP.
University of North Carolina