Dr. Amy Verdun

Dr. Amy Verdun
Position
Professor
Political Science
Credentials

PhD (1995) (European Univ. Inst.)

Contact
Office: DTB A337

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Bio

Updated 13 July 2020

Amy Verdun is Professor of Political Science and the founding Director of the European Studies Program at the University of Victoria (UVic) and served as Chair of the Department (2010-2013). She was on leave from 2018-2020, during which time she served as Professor of European Politics and Political Economy at Leiden University (The Netherlands).

In July 2017 she was awarded the first Distinguished Lansdowne Fellow of UVIC’s Faculty of Social Sciences, a position given to an established researcher in recognition of outstanding, internationally recognized contributions to scholarship in their area of expertise. Dr. Verdun holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute Florence Italy (1995). Her earlier appointments were at the University of Leiden (1991-92) and at the University of Essex (1995-96). She has been a faculty member at UVic since 1997.

She has published in scholarly journals such as Acta Politica, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Canadian Public Administration, European Political Science, European Union Politics, International Studies Review, JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Integration, Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Public PolicyReview of International Political Economy and World Politics

Her recent books include European Union Governance and Policy Making: A Canadian Perspective edited by Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, Achim Hurrelman, and Amy Verdun (University of Toronto Press), EU Socio-Economic Governance since the Crisis: The European Semester in Theory and Practice, edited by J. Zeitlin and A. Verdun, Decision-Making in the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty edited by Madeleine Hosli, Amie Kreppel, Bela Plechanavová, and Amy Verdun, (London: Routledge), Mapping European Economic Integration, Amy Verdun and Alfred Tovias (eds). (Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan), Globalization, Development and Integration Pompeo della Posta, and Amy Verdun (eds) (2009) (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), Innovative Governance: The Politics of Multilevel Policymaking Ingeborg Toemmel and Amy Verdun (eds) (2009) (Boulder: Lynne Rienner). Her book entitled Ruling Europe: The Politics of the Stability and Growth Pact (2010) (Cambridge University Press) co-authored with Martin Heipertz. Her earlier books include Britain and Canada and their Large Neighboring Monetary Unions (New York: Nova 2006); The Transatlantic Divide: Foreign and Security Policies in the Atlantic Alliance from Kosovo to Iraq, Osvaldo Croci and Amy Verdun (eds), (Manchester University Press, 2006); and The European Union in the Wake of Eastern Enlargement: Institutional and Policy-making Challenges, Amy Verdun and Osvaldo Croci (eds), (Manchester University Press, 2005) and European Responses to Globalization and Financial Market Integration: Perceptions of Economic and Monetary Union in Britain, France and Germany (Palgrave Macmillan 2000 and e-version 2008).

From July 2010 to June 2017 she was co-editor of the Journal of Common Market Studies (with Michelle Cini, University of Bristol).

She has served in various capacities in professional associations. Since 2018 she has been the chair of the Dutch Political Science Association. She served for many years on the Steering Committee of the European Consortium for Political Research Standing Group on the EU (ECPR SGEU), including serving as chair from 2013-2015. From 2005-09 she was a Member of the Executive Committee of the US-based European Union Studies Association (served as its Secretary from 2007-09 and its Treasurer from 2005-2007). From 1996-2006 she was Member of the Executive of the European Community Studies Association Canada (ECSA-C). From 2000-06 she was the President of the International Political Science Association (IPSA) Research Committee 3 (RC-3) on European Unification. And from 2003-06 she was Member of the European University Institute Alumni Association (EUI AA) Executive Committee.

Dr. Verdun has refereed articles for journals such as Acta Politica, Comparative European Politics, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, European Journal of Political Research, Governance, Government and Opposition, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Integration, Journal of European Public Policy, Millennium, Politics, Review of International Studies, Review of Political Economy, St. Anthony's International Review, and West European Politics. She has refereed book manuscripts and proposals for Ashgate, Cambridge University Press, Cornell University Press, Kluwer Publishing, Lynne Rienner, Manchester University Press, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Palgrave-Macmillan, Routledge, Rowman and Littlefield and Thomson publishers, as well as proposals for new journals for Sage and for Taylor and Francis.

She served or has served as Member of the Advisory Boards of the International Political Science Review; the Journal of European Integration; the Canadian publication Behind the Headlines; Millennium, (LSE journal of International Relations); Comparative European Politics (published by Palgrave-Macmillan); European Union Politics (published by Sage); Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics; and Current Politics and Economics of Europe (published by Nova).

 


EUROSEM Postdoc

We are very pleased to inform our community that Dennis Zagermann (University of Bremen) has accepted a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Department of Political Science, University of Victoria for one year starting 1 September 2020. He is joining the project, funded by the Jean Monnet Network grant “The Politics of the European Semester: EU Coordination and Domestic Political Institutions” (hereafter referred to as “EUROSEM”) joining Amy Verdun, Valerie D’Erman and Paul Schure at the University of Victoria. Welcome Dennis!

About EUROSEM

Awarded in July 2018, this Jean Monnet Network brings together a transnational team of scholars studying the economic and political effects of the European Semester (ES). The ES is a process designed to ensure the coordination of fiscal and economic policies in the EU, which is backed by sanctions. As it has become increasingly clear, the introduction of the euro not only produced convergence, it has also produced divergence across member states’ economies.

Economists have frequently identified these economic imbalances as the root cause of the Euro Area’s fragility. The European Semester sits at the heart of the many initiatives designed to prevent future crises.

This new process for coordinating policies across the EU has also raised concerns in that it could infringe on established democratic practices in member states. Against this backdrop, this research network project seeks to study two central questions: first, can the European Semester successfully reduce the economic imbalances identified as the euro’s underlying problem? And, second, does this new mode of coordination come at the cost of weakening national democracy? The key to both these questions lies in how the European Semester is implemented. While much has already been written on its design and principles, this project will add to this literature by tracing empirically how the Semester is enforced across four member states (Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Portugal), and what consequences these practices entail for EU democracy.

Led by the principal investigators at the University of Victoria (BC, Canada), the EUROSEM team includes researchers from the Hertie School of Governance (Berlin, Germany), Università di Pisa (Italy), Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics (Portugal), and Leiden University (Netherlands).

 

Interests

  • European integration studies
  • Comparative politics
  • Governance
  • International political economy
  • International relations

Teaching

Dr. Verdun teaches courses on comparative politics and in European politics.

Teaching 2020-21

Fall 2020:

  • POLI 211: European Integration and the European Union
  • POLI 379: Issues in European Politics: Economic Governance in the EU: From Financial Crisis to Corona Virus 

Spring 2021:

  • POLI 321: Gender, Race and Power
  • POLI 414/514: Advanced Topics in Political Theory "Racial Captitalism"
Courses
  • EUS 300 - European Integration
  • POLI 210 - Comparative Politics
  • POLI 211 - European Integration and the EU
  • POLI 311 - Governments and Politics in Europe
  • POLI 321 - Research Methods in Political Science
  • POLI 344 - International Political Economy
  • POLI 414/533 - Seminar in European Politics -
  • POLI 505/605 - Problems of Political Analysis
  • POLI 508/608 - Comparative Politics

Books

2018

  • European Union Governance and Policy Making: A Canadian Perspective edited by Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, Achim Hurrelmann and Amy Verdun. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

2017

  • Political Leadership in the European Union, co-edited with Ingeborg Tömmel London: Routledge (reprint of the Special Issue of the Journal of European Integration Vol 39(2))

2015

2013

2010

2009

2008

  • The European Union and Asia: What Is There to Learn?, Amy Verdun (ed.), New York: Nova Publishers. ISBN 978-1-60456-536-2 (Previously published as a Special Issue of Current Politics and Economics of Asia, Vol 17 No 1. (Amy Verdun as guest editor) (publication date 30 December 2008), 290 pages.

2007

  • REPRINT European Responses to Globalization and Financial Market Integration. Perceptions of EMU in Britain, France and Germany, International Political Economy Series, Houndmills: Palgrave-Macmillan/ New York: St. Martin’s Press, ISBN 0-333-71110-6 (pk), 260 p. E-book 2007.
  • REPRINT The European Union in the Wake of Eastern Enlargement: Institutional and Policy-making Challenges Amy Verdun and Osvaldo Croci (eds), (Europe in Change series) Manchester: Manchester University Press; Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press; New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, ISBN: 0719065127, 246 p. Reprint in paperback as of Summer 2007.
  • The Political and Economic Consequences of European Monetary Integration: Taking Stock of the First Eight Years, New York: Nova Publishing, ISBN: 1-60021-908-x (reprint: originally published  as a Special Issue of Current Politics and Economics of Europe, Vol 18 No 2, pp. 121-333). 

2006

2005

2004

  • Governing EMU: Economic, Political, Legal and Historical Perspectives (edited by Francisco Torres, Amy Verdun, Chiara Zilioli, & Hubert Zimmermann), Florence: European University Institute, 432 p.

2002

  • The Euro: European Integration and Economic and Monetary Union, edited by Amy Verdun. (Governance in Europe Series), Boulder Colorado: Rowman and Littlefield, ISBN: 0-7425-1883-3 (hardcover), 0-7425-1884-1 (paperback), 282 p.
  • REPRINT European Responses to Globalization and Financial Market Integration. Perceptions of EMU in Britain, France and Germany, International Political Economy Series, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan/ New York: St. Martin’s Press, ISBN 0-333-71110-6 (paperback), 260 p. Reprinted in paperback in the summer of 2002.

2000

Chapters

2018

  • 'The Implications of Brexit for the Future of Europe' by Michelle Cini and Amy Verdun in Benjamin Martill and Uta Staiger (eds) Brexit and Beyond: Rethinking the Futures of Europe London: CL Press, pp. 63-71.

2017

  • 'The European Union and the Global Political Economy' in International Relations and the European Union, edited by Chris Hill, Michael Smith and Sophie Vanhoonacker (eds) Oxford: Oxford University Press, Chapter 11, pp. 236-262.

2016

  • "Introduction: Decision-Making in the European Union before and after the Lisbon Treaty", with Madeleine Hosli, Amie Kreppel, Bela Plechanavová, and Amy Verdun, in Madeleine Hosli, Amie Kreppel, Bela Plechanavová, and Amy Verdun (eds) Decision-Making in the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty London: Routledge, pp. (reprinted from West European Politics)
  • "Decision-Making before and after the Lisbon: The Impact of Changes in Decision-Making Rules", in Madeleine Hosli, Amie Kreppel, Bela Plechanavová, and Amy Verdun (eds) Decision-Making in the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty London: Routledge, pp. (reprinted from West European Politics).
  • "Economic and Monetary Union", Chapter 21 of a student textbook European Union Politics (5th edition) edited by Michelle Cini and Nieves Pérez-Solórzano Borragán, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 295-307.

2013

  • "Strengthening the Governance of the Euro Area: Political and Institutional Aspects-An Academic Perspective", in European Commission (ed.) European Economic Governance in an International Context, Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, ISBN 978-92-79-25434-5, pp. 100-107.
  • "Het Stabiliteitspact als Eeuwige Belofte" in Jan Rood and Adriaan Schout (eds) Nederland als Europese lidstaat: eindelijk normaal?, Den Haag: Boom-Lemma, pp. 199-212.
  • "The Stability Pact: an eternal promise" in A. Schout, and J. Rood (eds) The Netherlands as an EU member: Awkward or Loyal Partner? Eleven International Publishing. (English translation of ‘Het Stabiliteitspact als Eeuwige Belofte’, ISBN 978-94-9094-799-6 (print) or 978-94-6094-696-7 (E-book), pp. 201-212
  • "Introduction" by Amy Verdun and Alfred Tovias in Verdun and Tovias (eds) Mapping European Economic Integration, Houndmills: Palgrave, pp. 1-17.
  • "Introduction: Towards a Political Economy of Banking" by Iain Hardie, David Howarth, Sylvia Maxfield and Amy Verdun, in Iain Hardie and David Howarth (eds) Market-Based Banking and the International Financial Crisis, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-21.
  • "The European Currency In Turbulent Times–Austerity Policy Made In Brussels As The Only Way Out?" in Dagmar Schiek (ed.) The EU Social and Economic Model After the Global Crisis: Interdisciplinary Perspectives ISBN Number 978-1-4094-5731-2, Farnham: Ashgate pp. 45-69.

2012

  • "The Euro Has a Future" in Hubert Zimmermann and Andreas Dür (eds) Key Controversies in European Integration, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 113-120.
  • "Civil Society Involvement in the Eastern Partnership", in the European Commission (Directorate-General for Education and Culture), The Eastern Partnership and the Europe 2020 Strategy: Visions of leading policymakers and academics. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, ISBN 978-92-79-20896-6, pp. 103-109.

2011

  • "The Role of the BENELUX in the European Integration Process" in T.J. Pempel, Jehoon Park and Kim, Heungchong (eds) Regionalism, Economic Integration and Security in Asia: A Political Economy Approach, London: Edward Elgar, pp.92-101.
  • "Twenty Years Jean Monnet Project in Canada" submitted to the proceedings of the JEAN MONNET CONFERENCE 20 Years of Support for European Integration Studies: From the Jean Monnet Action to the Jean Monnet Programme, Brussels, pp. 115-124.
  • "Euro Area Stability in a Time of Crisis" Chapter prepared for Kurt Hübner (ed.) Europe, Canada and the Comprehensive Economic Partnership, London: Routledge, pp. 274-288.
  • "The EU and the Global Political Economy" in Christopher Hill and Michael Smith (eds) International Relations and the European Union, 2nd edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press (chapter 11), 246-274.

2010

  • "Economic and Monetary Union" chapter 20 of a student textbook European Union Politics (3rd edition) edited by Michelle Cini and Nieves Pérez-Solórzano Borragán, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 324-339.

2009

  • "Innovative Governance in the European Union", with Ingeborg Tömmel, in Ingeborg Tömmel and Amy Verdun (eds), Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policy-Making, (Boulder: Lynne Rienner publishing), Chapter 1, pp. 1-8.
  • "Innovative Governance in the European Union: What Makes It Different" with Ingeborg Tömmel, in Ingeborg Tömmel and Amy Verdun (eds), Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policy-Making, (Boulder: Lynne Rienner publishing), Chapter 18, pp. 291-302.
  • "Regulation and Cooperation in Economic and Monetary Policy' in Ingeborg Tömmel and Amy Verdun (eds), Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policy-Making, (Boulder: Lynne Rienner publishing), Chapter 6, pp. 75-86.
  • "Introduction" with in Pompeo della Posta, Milica Uvalic and Amy Verdun (eds) Globalization, Development and Integration: A European Perspective, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 1-16.
  • "The European Union and Governance in a Globalized World" in Pompeo della Posta, Milica Uvalic and Amy Verdun (eds) Globalization, Development and Integration: A European Perspective, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan, pp. 207-214.
  • "Economic growth and global competitiveness–From Rome to Maastricht to Lisbon", in Chris Rumford (ed.) Sage Handbook of European Studies, London/New York: Sage. July, pp. 245-259.
  • "National Banks of Belgium and the Netherlands" with Ivo Maes, in Kenneth Dyson and Martin Marcussen (eds) Central Banks in the Age of the Euro: Europeanization, Convergence, and Power, July, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 91-110.
  • "The Adoption of the Euro by Cyprus" in Stelios Stavridis (ed.) Understanding, Interpreting and Evaluating the European Union in 2008: Theoretical And Empirical Approaches, chapter 13, Nicosia, Cyprus: University of Nicosia Press, pp. 293-310.

2008

  • "The Netherlands: A Turning Point in Dutch-EU Relations?", in Kenneth Dyson (ed.) The Euro at Ten: Europeanization, Convergence and Power, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 222-240.
  • "Netzwerke in der Währungspolitik: Die Rolle von Experten in Ausschüssen" in Michael Gehler and Wolfram Kaiser (eds) Netzwerke im europäischen Mehrebenensystem - Von 1945 bis zur Gegenwart (“Networks in European Multilevel Governance-From 1945 to the present day”). Vienna: Böhlau Publishing, pp. 151-164.

2007

  • "States and the Exercise of Power in the New European Union" (with Paul Schure) in Amy Verdun (ed.) Political and Economic Consequences of Economic and Monetary Union, New York: Nova, pp. 60-81 (reprinted from Current Politics and Economics of Europe Vol 18 No 2, pp. 181-202).
  • "Political and Economic Consequences of Economic and Monetary Union: Taking Stock of the first Eight Years', in Amy Verdun (ed.) Political and Economic Consequences of Economic and Monetary Union, New York: Nova, pp. 1-2 (reprinted from Current Politics and Economics of Europe Vol 18 or No 2, pp. 121-123).
  • "Canada: Taking security seriously after 11 September?" (with Osvaldo Croci), in Emil Kirchner and James Sperling (eds), Global Security Governance: Competing Perceptions of Security in the 21st Century, London: Routledge, pp. 137-160.
  • "A Historical Institutionalist Analysis of the Road to Economic and Monetary Union: A journey with many crossroads" in Kathleen R. McNamara and Sophie Meunier (eds) State of the European Union Volume 8, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 195-210.

2006

  • "'God Save the Queen': Britain and Canada and their Large Neighboring Monetary Unions", with Melissa Padfield and Patricia Young, in Amy Verdun (ed.) Britain and Canada and Their Large Neighboring Monetary Unions, New York: Nova (reprinted from Current Politics and Economics of Europe Vol 17 No 1), pp. 1-18.
  • "Economic and Monetary Union" in Michele Cini (ed.) European Union Politics, 2nd edition, Oxford University Press (student textbook), (in the first edition, published in 2003 this chapter was Chapter 20, pp. 312-30). In second edition: Chapter 20 pp. 321-339.
  • "The Dog That Would Bark But Never Bite? Origins, Crisis and Reform of Europe's Stability and Growth Pact" (revised, expanded and updated version of the JEPP 2004 article – 50% different content) Martin Heipertz and Amy Verdun, chapter 6) in Francisco Torres, Amy Verdun and Hubert Zimmermann (eds) EMU Rules: The Political and Economic Consequences of European Monetary Integration, Baden-Baden: Nomos, International Political Economy series, pp. 115-135.
  • "Chapter 1: Introduction" in Francisco Torres, Amy Verdun and Hubert Zimmermann (eds) EMU Rules: The Political and Economic Consequences of European Monetary Integration, Baden-Baden: Nomos, International Political Economy series, pp. 11-16.
  • "Conclusion" (with Osvaldo Croci) in Osvaldo Croci and Amy Verdun (eds), The Transatlantic Divide: Foreign and Security Policies in the Atlantic Alliance from Kosovo to Iraq, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 206-210.
  • "Introduction" (with Osvaldo Croci) in Osvaldo Croci and Amy Verdun (eds), The Transatlantic Divide: Foreign and Security Policies in the Atlantic Alliance from Kosovo to Iraq, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1-5.

2005

  • "Political Economy and European Integration", in Michelle Cini and Angela Bourne (eds) Palgrave Advances in European Union Studies, Student textbook, chapter 10, pp. 174-89.
  • "A History of Economic and Monetary Union", in M. Peter van der Hoek Handbook of Public Administration and Policy in the European Union, New York: Dekker Francis and Taylor, pp. 645-87.
  • "Introduction" (with Osvaldo Croci as second author), in Amy Verdun and Osvaldo Croci (eds) The European Union in the Wake of Eastern Enlargement: Institutional and Policy-making Challenges, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1-8.
  • "The Challenges of European Union-where are we today, how did we get there, and what lies ahead?", in Amy Verdun and Osvaldo Croci (eds) The European Union in the Wake of Eastern Enlargement: Institutional and Policy-making Challenges, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 9-22.
  • "Conclusion" (with Osvaldo Croci and Melissa Padfield as second /third authors), in Amy Verdun and Osvaldo Croci (eds) Institutional and Policy-making Challenges to the European Union in the Wake of Eastern Enlargement, Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 218-21.
  • "Introduction" in Erik Jones and Amy Verdun (eds) The Political Economy of European Integration: Theories and Analysis, London/New York: Routledge, pp. 1-10.
  • "An American/European Divide in European Integration Studies: Bridging the Gap with International Political Economy" in Erik Jones and Amy Verdun (eds) The Political Economy of European Integration: Theories and Analysis, London/New York: Routledge, Chapter 1. (reprinted from JEPP Vol 10 No 1), pp. 11-24.

2004

  • "Governing EMU Democratically: Some Lessons from Neofunctionalism and Fiscal Federalism" in Patrick Crowley (ed.), Crossing the Atlantic: Comparing the European Union and Canada, London: Ashgate, 61-84.
  • "Canadá y la Unión Europea: Fortaleciendo las relaciones trasatlánticas", in Joaquín Roy, Alejandro Chanona and Roberto Domínquez (eds) La Unión Europa y el TLCAN: Integración Regional Comparada y Relaciones Mutuas, Mexico : Unversidad Nacional Autónoma de México, pp. 335-344.
  • "The Euro and the European Central Bank", in Desmond Dinan and Maria Green Cowles (eds) Developments in European Union Politics, London: Palgrave-Macmillan / New York: St Martin's Press, pp. 85-99.

2003

  • "Economic and Monetary Union", in Michele Cini (ed.) European Union Politics, Oxford University Press (student textbook), Chapter 20, pp. 312-30.

2002

  • "Why EMU Happened-A Survey of Theoretical Explanations", in Patrick Crowley (ed.) Before and Beyond EMU–Historical Lessons and Future Prospects, London: Routledge, pp. 71-98.
  • "European Integration, Theories and Global Change", in Amy Verdun (ed.) The Euro: European Integration Theory and Economic and Monetary Union, Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 3-8.
  • "Merging Neofunctionalism and Intergovernmentalism: Lessons from EMU", in Amy Verdun (ed.) The Euro: European Integration Theory and Economic and Monetary Union, Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 11-30.
  • "Conclusion: Lessons from Economic and Monetary Union for Theorising European Integration", (with Lloy Wylie as second author), in Amy Verdun (ed.) The Euro: European Integration Theory and Economic and Monetary Union, Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 243-49.

2001

  • "The Netherlands and EMU: A Small Open Economy in Search of Prosperity", in Kenneth Dyson (ed.) European States and the Euro: Playing the Semi-Sovereignty Game. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 238-54.
  • "The Political Economy of the Werner and Delors Reports: Continuity amidst Change or Change amidst Continuity?", in Lars Magnusson and Bo Stråth (eds) From the Werner Plan to EMU: The Economic-Political Embedding of Labour Markets between Europe and the Nation in Historical View, Brussels: Peter Lange, pp. 73-96.

2000

  • "Introduction: Looking Beyond the Confines," (with Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau) in Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau and Amy C. Verdun (eds) Strange Power: Shaping the Parameters of International Relations and International Political Economy, Aldershot/Burlington USA/Singapore/Sydney: Ashgate, pp. 3-18
  • "Money Power: shaping the global financial system", in Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau and Amy C. Verdun (eds) Strange Power: Shaping the Parameters of International Relations and International Political Economy, Aldershot/Burlington USA/Singapore/Sydney: Ashgate pp. 77-90.
  • "Reflections on Strange Power", with David Earnest, Louis Pauly, Thomas C. Lawton and James N. Rosenau, in Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau and Amy C. Verdun (eds) Strange Power: Shaping the Parameters of International Relations and International Political Economy, Aldershot/Burlington USA/Singapore/Sydney: Ashgate, pp. 409-20.
  • "Monetary Integration in Europe: Ideas and Evolution", in Maria Green Cowles and Michael Smith (eds) State of the European Union: Risks, Reform, Resistance, and Revival, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 91-109.
  • "Governing by Committee: The Case of Monetary Policy", in Thomas Christiansen and Emil Kirchner (eds) Committee Governance in the European Union. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 132-44.
  • "Policy-making, institution-building and European Monetary Union: Dilemmas of Legitimating European Integration", (co-authored with Thomas Christiansen), in Colin Crouch (ed.), After the Euro: Shaping Institutions for Governance in the Wake of European Monetary Union, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 162-78.

1999

  • "The Logic of Giving up National Currencies: Lessons from Europe's Monetary Union", in Emily Gilbert and Eric Helleiner (eds) Nation-States and Money. The Past, Present and Future of National Currencies, London: Routledge, 199-214.

1998

  • "The International Aspects of the EU's Exchange Rate Policy: European Integration and Dollar Dominance", in: Alan Cafruny and Patrick Peters (eds) The Union and the World, London: Kluwer, pp. 175-89.
  • "The Increased Influence of the EU Monetary Institutional Framework in Determining Monetary Policies: A Transnational Monetary Elite at Work", in Bob Reinalda and Bertjan Verbeek (eds) Autonomous Policymaking by International Organizations, London: Routledge, pp. 178-94.

1995

  • "The Netherlands. Full or at the Limit of Tolerance", (co-authored with J. Ter Wal and K. Westerbeek), in: B. Baumgartl and A. Favell (eds) New Xenophobia in Europe (The Hague/London: Kluwer), pp. 228-247. Also published in Italian.

Articles

2020

  • 'Introducing Economic and Monetary Union at Twenty: A stocktaking of a tumultuous second decade' (with David Howarth) Journal of European Integration, 42(3): 287-293  https://doi.org/10.1080/07036337.2020.1730348
  • 'Economic and fiscal policy coordination after the crisis: is the European Semester promoting more or less state intervention?' (with Jörg Haas, Valerie D’Erman, and Daniel Schulz), Journal of European Integration, 42(3): 327-344, DOI: 10.1080/07036337.2020.1730356
  • 'Euro adoption policies in the second decade – the remarkable cases of the Baltic States' (with Assem Dandashly) Journal of European Integration, 42(3): 381-397, DOI: 10.1080/07036337.2020.1730355
  • 'Economic and Monetary Union at Twenty: A stocktaking of a tumultuous second decade', Special Issue of Journal of European Integration (co-edited with David Howarth), volume 42(3) 10 articles, 287- https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/geui20/current?nav=tocList

2019

  • 'Bangladeshi Migrants of Italy and Their Precarity' with Nilanjana Roy Social Sciences, Vol 8, Issue 4, open access online journal: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/8/4/123.
  • 'Measuring Economic Reform Recommendations under the European Semester: 'One Size Fits All' or Tailoring to Member States?' with Valerie D’Erman, Jörg Haas and Daniel F. Schulz Journal of Contemporary European Research, Vol 15, Issue 2, pp.194-211, open access online journal: https://www.jcer.net/index.php/jcer.

2018

  • 'Institutional Architecture of the Euro Area' JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol 56, (S1): 74-84.
  • Guest co-editors of a Special Issue of the Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 25 No 2, pp. 137-286 "The European Semester as a New Architecture of EU Socio-Economic Governance in Theory and Practice" with Jonathan Zeitlin as first editor, with seven papers and an introduction.
  • 'Introduction: Integration Through Crises' with Valerie D’Erman Review of European and Russian Affairs Vol 12, No 1, pp. 1-16.
  • 'Strengthening the European Commission's Budgetary and Economic Surveillance Capacity Since Greece and the Euro Area Crisis: A Study of Five Directorates-General' (with James D. Savage) Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 23(1): 101-118.

2017

  • Special Issue of Review of European and Russian Affairs Vol 12, No 1 'Crises of the EU and their Impact on European Integration'.
  • Special Issue on 'External images of the EU: Energy power Across the Globe', Comparative European Politics.
  • 'Political Leadership in the European Union' guest co-editors, with Ingeborg Tömmel of a Special Issue of Journal of European Integration.
  • 'Introduction: The European Semester as a New Architecture of EU Socio-Economic Governance in Theory and Practice' with Jonathan Zeitlin Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 25 No 2: 137-148.
  • 'Political Leadership of the European Central Bank' Journal of European Integration 39(2): 207-221.
  • 'Political Leadership in the European Union: An Introduction' with Ingeborg Tömmel Journal of European Integration, Vol 39, Issue 2, pp. 103-112.
  • 'Russia and EU cooperation in energy policy – Sending and receiving messages?' Comparative European Politics, Vol 15(1): 45-63 (with Anastasia Chebakova, Olga Gulyaeva and Tatsiana Shaban).
  • 'The European Union and the Global Political Economy' in International Relations and the European Union, edited by Chris Hill, Michael Smith and Sophie Vanhoonacker (eds) Oxford: Oxford University Press, Chapter 11, pp. 236-262

2016

  • "Strengthening the European Commission's Budgetary and Economic Surveillance Capacity Since Greece and the Euro Area Crisis: A Study of Five Directorates-General", (with James D. Savage) Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 23(1): 101-118; DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2015.1041417.
  • "Euro adoption in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland: Laggards by default and laggards by choice", (with Assem Dandashly) Comparative European Politics, DOI: 10.1057/cep.2015.46.
  • Guest editor of a Special Issue (with Natalia Chaban and Michèle Knodt) on "External images of the EU: Energy power Across the Globe", Comparative European Politics, forthcoming.
  • "Introduction: 'Talking with' not 'talking at'? Perceptions of the EU as a global normative energy actor in the eyes of BRICS and EU 'Big 3'" Comparative European Politics, (with Natalia Chaban and Michèle Knodt).
  • "Russia and EU cooperation in energy policy–Sending and receiving messages?", Comparative European Politics, (with Anastasia Chebakova, Olga Gulyaeva and Tatsiana Shaban).

2015

  • "A Historical Institutionalist Explanation of the EU's Responses to the Euro Area Financial Crisis", Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 22, No 2, pp. 219-237. DOI:10.1080/13501763.2014.994023.
  • "Boarding the euro plane: euro adoption in the Czech Republic and Slovakia", Review of European and Russian Studies,  ISSN 1718-4835, Vol 9, No 2, pp. 1-26

2013

  • "Small States and the Global Economic Crisis: An Assessment" European Political Science, Vol 12, No 1, advance online publication, 26 October 2012; doi:10.1057/eps.2012.34 (pp. 276–293), print  publication in 2013.
  • "Innovative Governance in EU Regional and Monetary Policy-Making" with Ingeborg Tömmel German Law Journal, Vol 14, No 2, pp. 380-404.
  • "The building of economic governance in the European Union", Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research Vol 19, No 1 23-35.
  • 'Banks and the False Dichotomy in the Comparative Political Economy of Finance", with Iain Hardie, David Howarth, and Sylvia Maxfield (each 25%) World Politics, Vol 65, no. 4 (October), 691–728.
  • "Governing the Social Dimension in Canadian Federalism and European Integration: An Introduction" co-authored with Donna Wood, Canadian Public Administration Volume 56, issue 2 (June), pp. 173–184.
  • "Introduction: Decision-Making in the European Union before and after the Lisbon Treaty", with Madeleine Hosli, Amie Kreppel, Bela Plechanavová, and Amy Verdun, in West European Politics Vol 36, No 6, (November), pp. 1121-1127.
  • "Decision-Making before and after the Lisbon: The Impact of Changes in Decision-Making Rules", in West European Politics Vol 36, No 6, (November), pp. 1128-1142.

2012

  • "Experimentalist governance in the European Union: A commentary", Regulation and Governance, Vol 6, No 4., pp. 385-393.
  • "Introduction to the Symposium: Economic and Monetary Union and the Crisis of the Eurozone", JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol 50, No 6. pp. 863–865 DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-5965.2012.02292.x

2011

  • "Introduction: South East and Eastern European Accession Quandary?", (co-authored with Gabriela Chira and Chiara Ruffa) Comparative European Politics, Vol 9, No 4/5, September/December, pp. 367-371.
  • "The Eastern Partnership: The Burial Ground of Enlargement Hopes?", (co-authored with Gabriela Chira) Comparative European Politics, Vol 9, No 4/5, September/December, pp. 448-466.
  • Guest editor (with Chiara Ruffa) of a two volume special issue of Comparative European Politics entitled "South East and Eastern European Accession Quandary?", Vol 9, No 4/5, September/December, pp. 367-595.
  • "Canada and the European Union: A Review of the Literature from 1982 to 2010", (co-authored with Donna Wood with her as first author). International Journal, Vol 66, no 1, pp. 9-21.

2010

2009

  • "Economic Developments in the Euro Area", Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol 47 Annual Review (September), pp. 251-75.
  • "Explaining Europe's Monetary Union: A Survey of the Literature", co-authored with Tal Sadeh, International Studies Review, Vol 11 No 2 (June), pp. 277-301.
  • "The Common Agricultural Policy: Continuity and Change", with Grace Skogstad, in Journal of European Integration, Vol 31, No 3 (May), pp. 265- 69.

2008

  • "From Neighbourhood to Membership: Moldova's Persuasion Strategy Towards the EU", co-authored with Gabriela Chira, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, Vol 8 No 4 (December) pp. 431-444.
  • "Legislative Bargaining in the European Union: The Divide between Large and Small Member States", co-authored with Paul Schure, European Union Politics, Vol 9 No 4, (December) pp 459-486.
  • "Economic developments in the Euro Area", Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol 46 Annual review (September), pp 215-232.
  • Policy-making and Integration in the European Union: Do Economic Interests Groups Matter?", British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol 10, no. 1 (February), pp. 129-137.
  • "The European Union and Asia: What is there to learn?", in Current Politics and Economics of Asia, Vol 17 No 1, pp. 1-10.

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2001

  • "Introduction: Democracy in the European Union", coauthored with Stelios Stavridis as second author, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, Vol 10, No 3, pp. 213-26.
  • "The Legitimacy of the Euro: An Inverted Process?", co-authored with Thomas Christiansen as second author, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, Vol 10, No 3, pp. 265-88.

1999

1998

1996

  • "An 'Asymmetrical' Economic and Monetary Union in the EU: Perceptions of monetary authorities and social partners", Journal of European Integration, Vol 20, No 1, Autumn, pp. 59-81.
  • "Op weg naar een Economische en Monetaire Unie in Europa: waarom eigenlijk? Percepties van EMU in het Verenigd Koninkrijk, Frankrijk, en Duitsland", (Why Head Towards Economic and Monetary Union in Europe? Perceptions of EMU in the United Kingdom, France and Germany), Acta Politica (The Netherlands Journal of Political Science) Vol 31, No 3, July, pp. 283-314.

REVIEW ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

2000

1998

  • "Understanding Economic and Monetary Union in the EU", Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 5, No 3, pp. 527-33 (review article).

Invited articles in journals

2012

  • "Foreword" to the book Globalisation and European integration: critical approaches to regional order and international relations Petros Nousios, Henk Overbeek and Andreas Tsolakis (eds); Abingdon, Oxon/New York: Routledge, pp. xvi-xviii.
  • "The Making of Lisbon and Its Aftermath" Policy Brief, 7 pages, June.

2010

  • "How to Plan Your Study Leave", Purple Prose, UVic Women’s Caucus Newsletter, Vol 9, p.9.

2008

  • "Reaching Out to the East: The EU and its Eastern Neighbours", European Council Journal, Fall.

2007

  • Guest editor and author of an issue of the Canadian journal "Behind the Headlines", in The European Union Fifty Years after the Treaties of Rome, Vol 64, No. 2, 30 p.
  • "Introduction", Behind the Headlines Vol 64, No. 2, pp. 1-3.
  • "The EU at Fifty – Many Happy Returns?", Behind the Headlines Vol 64, No. 2, pp. 23-27.
  • "What is Science in European Union Studies?", EUSA Review, EUSA Review Forum Vol 20, No 2, Spring, (editor of four essays, and contributor of a first introductory piece, p.1), pp. 1-11.

2006

2005

2003

1998

  • "Creating EMU: Issues of Legitimacy, Accountability and Democracy?", CEPS Review, No 7 Autumn/Winter, November, pp. 21-30.

Other publications

2013

  • Guest Editor of a Special issue of the journal Canadian Public Administration on "Governing the Social Dimension in Canadian Federalism and European Integration', Volume 56, issue 2 (June) co-edited with Donna Wood, pp. 171–366 (11 articles + journal editors preface).
  • Guest Editor of a Special Issue of the journal West European Politics on "Decision-Making in the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty", co-editors: Madeleine Hosli, Amie Kreppel, Bela Plechanavová, and Amy Verdun, Vol 36, No 6, (November), pp. 1121-1308 (with pagesi-vi).

2009

  • Guest editor (with Henrik Enderlein) of a Special issue of Journal of European Public Policy, "EMU after 10 years: What have we learned in Political Science?" Vol 16 No 3 (special issue) (May).
  • Guest editor (with Grace Skogstad) of a Special issue of Journal of European Integration "The Common Agricultural Policy: Policy Dynamics in a Changing Context", Vol 31, No 3, (June).

2008

2007

  • Guest editor (with Erik Jones and Tal Sadeh) of a Special Issue of the Review of International Political Economy on "Europe's Expanding Currency: Fiscal Stability and Democratic Legitimacy" Vol 14 No 5, pp. 739-900.
  • Guest editor of a Special Issue of Current Politics and Economics of Europe, on "The Political and Economic Consequences of European Monetary Integration", (Vol 18 No 2, pp. 121-333).

2006

  • Guest editor of two Special Issues of Current Politics and Economics of Europe, on "Britain and Canada and their Large Neighbouring Monetary Unions", Vol 17 No 1 and No 2, pp 1-350.

2005

  • Two entries ("the euro" and "the democratic deficit", 1300 words each) for the Encyclopedia of International Relations and Global Politics, edited by Martin Griffiths, London: Routledge.

2004

  • "Canada and the European Union: Strengthening Transatlantic Relations", Jean Monnet/Robert Schuman Paper Series, Vol 3, No 10, November, University of Miami, EU Center.
  • "The Dog that Would Never Bite: On the Origins of the Stability and Growth Pact", Centre for Global Political Economy, Simon Fraser University, CGPE Working Paper 04-06, 20 pages.

2003

  • Guest editor (with Erik Jones), of a part Special Issue of Journal of European Public Policy "Political Economy and the Study of European Integration", Vol. 10 No 1, February, pp. 81-158.
  • "The Dog that Would Never Bite? The Past and Future of the Stability and Growth Pact", MPIfG Working Paper 03/12, November, pp. 30.
  • "The Stability and Growth Pact: Origins and Future", with Martin Heipertz. Research report finalised in December 2003 (printed in Cologne: Max Planck Institute, 209 p.)

2001

  • Guest editor (with Stelios Stavridis), of a Special Issue of the Journal Current Politics and Economics of Europe, on "Democracy in the Three Pillars of the EU", Vol. 10, No 3, pp. 213-349.

Review articles in referreed journals

2000

  • "Symposium: The Road to Maastricht: Negotiating Economic and Monetary Union. How did EMU really happen? Who did it? What can we learn from EMU?", Journal of European Public Policy, 7(5): 823-9 (review article).

1999

  • "Governing by Committee: The Case of the Monetary Policy", European Union Centre of California Working Paper Series, 99-5, Scripps College, Claremont, CA, USA, 27 p.

1998

  • "Understanding Economic and Monetary Union in the EU", Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 5, No 3, pp. 527-33 (review article).
  • "The Role of the Delors Committee in Creating EMU: An Epistemic Community?", Robert Schuman Centre Working Papers, 98/44, Florence: EUI, 27 p.

1997

  • "The Democratic Deficit of EMU", European Forum Paper, European University Institute, January, 28p.

1996

  • "EMU - The Product of Policy Learning and Consensus Among Monetary Experts", Human Capital and Mobility Occasional Paper Series, No 7, 30 p.

Book reviews

2008

  • Book review of Uwe Puetter (2006) The Eurogroup: How a Secretive Circle of Finance Ministers Shape European Economic Governance. Manchester: Manchester University Press, European Policy Research Unit Series, ISBN 07190 7403 7, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 46, No. 6.
  • Book review of Eric Helleiner (2006) "Towards North American Monetary Union", The Politics and History of Canada's Exchange Rate Regime, McGill-Queen's University Press ISBN 13: 978-07735-3056-0, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 41, No. 4 (forthcoming).
  • "Strategy, Ideas and Political Leadership", Contribution to a forum that discusses the book by Nicolas Jabko, Playing the Market. A Political Strategy for Uniting Europe, 1985-2005, Ithaca: Cornell University Press. French Politics, Culture and Society, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp. 116-119.

2006

  • Book review of C.C.A. van den Berg, (2004) The Making of the Statute of the European System of Central Banks. An Application of Checks and Balances, 596 p. ISBN: 90 5170 997 8, in De Economist, 154 (1): 133-134.

2005

2004

2003

  • Book review of Dusan Sidjanski The Federal Future of Europe. From the European Community to the European Union, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000, ISBN: 0-472-11075-6, pp. xxv, 462, in Canadian Journal of Political Science, Vol 35, No 4. pp.56-7.
  • Book review of Søren Dosenrode (ed.) Political Aspects of the Economic and Monetary Union: The European Challenge. Aldershot / Burlington VT: Ashgate, 2002, ISBN 0754619516 in Cooperation and Conflict–The Official Journal of the Nordic International Studies Association, vol. 38, issue 1, March, pp. 70-1.

2002

  • Book review of Martin Marcussen (2000) Ideas and Elites. The Social Construction of Economic and Monetary Union. Aalborg: Aalborg University Press. ISBN 8773076392, in Canadian Journal of Sociology Vol 27 No 1 (April), pp. 123-4.

2001

  • Book review of Fritz W. Scharpf and Vivien A. Schmidt (eds), Welfare and Work in the Open Economy. Volume II: Diverse Responses to Common Challenges. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000, ISBN 0199222240876, in Journal of European Integration Vol XXIII, No. 4, pp. 448-50.

2000

  • Book review of Desmond Dinan (ed.) (1999) Ever Closer Union: An Introduction to European Integration in Journal of European Integration, Vol. 23, no 1 pp. 102-103.
  • Book review of Pierre-Henri Laurent and Marc Maresceau (eds) The State of the European Union. Volume 4. Deepening and Widening. Boulder, Colorado/London: Lynne Rienner 1998, ISBN 1-55587-720-6, x+374 pp., Journal of European Integration Vol 22, No. 3, pp. 353-4.
  • Book review of Walter Mattli The Logic of Regional Integration: Europe and Beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999, ISBN 051635365 ix+205 pp, in Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol 38, No. 4, p. 905.

1999

  • Book review of Gerda Falkner, EU Social Policy in the 1990s. Towards a Corporatist Policy Community, Routledge Research in European Public Policy. London/New York: Routledge, 1998, ISBN 0-415-15777-3, xii+254 pp. in: Newsletter of the ECPR Standing Group ELIR on European Level Interest Representation, Vol 5, No. 2, June, pp. 7-8.
  • Book review of Andrew Moravcsik -- The Choice for Europe. Social Purpose and State Power from Messina to Maastricht, Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1998. ECSA Review, Vol XII, No 1, Winter. pp. 14-15.

1998

  • Book review of Christos C. Paraskevopoulos, Ricardo Grinspun, Theodore Georgakopoulos (eds) Economic Integration and Public Policy in the European Union, Cheltenham/Brookfield: Edward Elgar, 1996, ISBN 185898314, xvii+310 pp, in Journal of European Integration Vol 11 Spring, pp. 201-2.

1997

  • Book review of Christopher Taylor (1995), EMU 2000? Prospects for European Monetary Union (Chatham House Papers, London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, ISBN 1855673134: x+164 pp., in Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol 35, No. 1, March. p. 160.

1996

  • Book review of Jeffrey Harrop (1996), Structural Funding and Employment in the European Union: Financing the Path to Integration, Cheltenham/Brookfield: Edward Elgar, ISBN 1858982197, xvii+169 pp, in Journal of European Integration Vol 20, Autumn, pp. 110-1.

Reviews of Dr. Verdun's publications

2010

Conferences and workshops

2019

  • "The €uro@20: The European Semester and Eurozone Governance", EUROSEM conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 13-14 May 2019.
  • "The European Semester and Euro Area Governance: The Italian Case", EUROSEM conference, Pisa, Italy, 21-22 November 2019

2018

  • Workshop “EMU at Twenty”, EUROSEM conference and Institute of Political Science Leiden University, Leiden and The Hague 15-17 November.

2016

  • Co-organised (with Ingeborg Tömmel) an open roundtable discussion at the University of Osnabrück, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in European Studies. "Leadership and Crisis in the EU: zu viel oder zu wenig Führung?" ("Leadership and Crisis in the EU: to much or to little leadership?"). 13 June.
  • Co-organised (with Michelle Cini and the ECPR-SGEU local organisers) the 2016 JCMS Annual lecture delivered by Sandra Lavenex (University of Geneva) on EU’s asylum and refugee policy, at the 8th Pan-European Conference on the EU organized by the ECPR Standing Group on the European Union (ECPR-SGEU). University of Trento, Italy, 16-18 June.

2015

  • Co-organised (with Michelle Cini) the 2015 JCMS Annual Lecture with Brussels based policy think tank Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS), in the margins of the Ideaslab. Lecture delivered by CHEN Zhimin, Dean Jean Monnet Professor School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University, entitled "The EU, China and World Order" 27 February.
  • Discussant for "Closing BA Seminar Conference Comparative Regionalism". BA International Studies, Leiden University, 13 May.
  • Co-organised (with Ingeborg Tömmel) the workshop "Political Leadership in the EU", University of Osnabrück, 20-21 November.
  • Co-organised (with Madeleine Hosli) "European Union Decision-Making and Challenges to Economic and Financial Governance ­ Part 2". NIAS, Wassenaar 8-9 December.
  • Co-organised (with Jonathan Zeitlin) the workshop "Socio-Economic Governance in the EU since the Crisis: The European Semester in Theory and Practice". University of Amsterdam, 11-12 December.

2014

  • Co-organized (with Donna Wood) a Uvic CANADA-EU WORKSHOP SERIES "Opening Up Canadian Federalism the European Way". With the assistance of the University of Victoria (UVic), the European Union Centre of Excellence (EUCE), the Department of Political Science, and the Canada-Europe Transatlantic Dialogue (CETD) these workshops brought together academic researchers, social policy practitioners from government and NGOs, experts, and the interested public to disseminate and discuss the findings of a 3-year research project comparing Canadian and European Union (EU) approaches to governing social policy. Workshops held in Edmonton, Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa and Toronto.
  • Co-organised "The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA): Implications for British Columbia". Conference hosted by UVic’s European Union Centre of Excellence. Also Chair of "Session 1: Creating the CETA". Victoria 5-6 May.

2013

  • Co-organised dissemination event at the Canadian Political Science Association (CPSA) for our special issue of Canadian Public Administration, 4-6 June.
  • Co-organised (with Assem Dandashly) a panel "Domestic and European Responses to the Euro Crisis: Lessons For Governance" at the 20th International Conference of Europeanists, Amsterdam. June.
  • Co-organised (with Assem Dandashly) a panelnheld at the ECSA-C on "Central and East European Countries and the Euro Crisis: Effects, Reactions and Lessons", Montreal, May.

2012

  • Co-convenor and session chair of the DEUBAL Meeting in Brussels, 5 June.
  • Organiser of "Summer Workshop: Challenges Facing the EU Today". UVic. 10 August.
  • Co-organiser of JCMS Sponsored Lecture by Michelle Pace "EU Democracy Support in the Newly Emerging Middle East and North Africa", 6th Pan-European ECPR SGEU Conference on EU Politics, University of Tampere. Finland, 13-15 September.
  • Co-organised (and co-chaired with Michelle Cini) a panel "Fifty Years of JCMS: Charting the evolution of research on European integration". Held at the 42nd annual UACES conference, Passau, Germany, 3-5 September.

2011

  • Convenor and Chair of a Panel: Lunchtime Roundtable, "Getting Published: a conversation with Journal Editors" 12th Biennial International EUSA Conference, Boston, March 3-5.
  • Co-organiser of JCMS Sponsored Lecture by Gary Marks "Europe and its Empires from Rome to the European Union", 12th Biennial International EUSA Conference, Boston, March 3-5.
  • Co-organiser of conference "Comparing Modes of Governance in Canada and the European Union: Social Policy Engagement across Complex Multilevel Systems", UVic, 14-15 October.

2010

  • Organized lecture "Democracy and Participation Symposium: What can Canada and the European Union learn from each other? Canada – Europe Transatlantic Dialogue", UVic, April 28-29.

2009

  • "South East and Eastern European Countries EU Accession Quandary" International Workshop, 16-17 January. UVic.

2007

  • Co-organiser of conference "Agricultural Policy Changes: Canada, EU and the World Trade Organisation" held at UVic, 13-15 September.

2006

  • Organized 5 panels at the IPSA Congress. Panels of the IPSA- RC 3 on European Unification. Japan. 9-14 July
  • Co-organiser of a conference "Governance, policy-making and system-building of the European Union". UVic, 2-4 March.

2005

  • "The Political and Economic Consequences of European Monetary Integration", UVic, 18-19 August.
  • "The European Union and the World: Asia, Enlargement and Constitutional Change" International Political Science Association (IPSA) Research Committee 3 (RC-3) on European Unification (IPSA RC-3) Beijing, 5-6 May.

2004

  • Principal organiser of EU conference, "A Transatlantic Divide: Canada, the European Union, NATO and the New Bush Doctrine", UVic. 11-13 June.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the Second Pan European Conference on European Union Politics, (co-chair of the approximately 15 panels on political economy). Bologna, 26-28 June.

2003

  • Organized European Community Studies Association (ECSA)-Canada conference on "Canadian Perspectives on Contemporary Issues of European Integration", UVic, 7-8 November. 
  • Organised International Conference "‘Britain and Canada and their Large Neighbouring Monetary Unions", UVic 17-18 October. 
  • Co-organized the 1st EUI Alumni Conference: "Governing EMU: Political, Economic, Legal and Historical Perspectives", European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 3-4 October. 
  • Organized a 1-day meeting of the EUI Alumni association steering group. Public Lecture by Francisco Torres at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne, Germany, 3 February.
  • Organizer of 3 panels of International Political Science Association (IPSA) Research Committee 3 (European Unification) for the IPSA Congress, held in Durban, South Africa, 29 June–4 July.
  • Member of the Program Committee for the 8th Biennial EUSA conference in Nashville, March 27-29.

2002

  • Main organizer of the Graduate Student Conference, UVic, 17-19 October. 
  • Member of the organizing committee of the first Pan European Conference on European Union Politics, sponsored by the ECPR standing group on European Union and the IPSA RC-3, Bordeaux, 26-28 September. 
  • Member of the organizing committee of the European Community Studies Association – Canada biennial conference: "Bigger and Better? The European Union, Enlargement and Reform", Toronto, 30 May –1 June.

2000

  • Co-organizer of a workshop for the Transatlantic Student Exchange Agreement, Brussels, 3-4 July.

1999

  • Organized conference "Conceptualising the New Europe: Economic and Monetary Integration and Beyond", UVic, 15-16 October.

Faces of UVic Research video

In this video Amy Verdun discusses her research on the European Union, specifically the interaction between the EU and Canada, and her work on the global financial crisis.