Frédéric Mérand is professor of political science and director of the Montreal Centre for International Studies (CÉRIUM).
For four years, between 2015 and 2019, Frédéric Mérand went behind the wings at Berlaymont, the seat of the European Commission in Brussels, in order to observe and understand how Europe is really "made".
How does public policy evolve in times of crisis? The comparative and international framework proposed in this book are important in understanding public action during times of crises, including the COVID 19 pandemic.
2008 et ses suites
Patrick Hassenteufel, Sabine Saurugger