Members of the Board of Directors
Jean-Frédéric Morin is associate professor at the Political Science Department of Laval University (Québec City, Canada). Before being invited by Laval University to hold the Canada Research Chair in Internaitonal Political Economy, Jean-Frédéric Morin was professor of international relations at the Free University of Brussels from 2008 to 2014 and post-doctoral researcher at McGill University from 2006 to 2008. His most recent research projects look at global institutional complexes, transnational expert networks and policy diffusion in the fields of trade, intellectual property and environment. In the last decade, Jean-Frédéric Morin has presented his work in more than 15 countries, has taught in more than 10 universities, has supervised 8 PhD candidates, has worked with 3 post-doctoral researchers, and has published with more than 20 co-authors. His publications have appeared in some of the leading journals of the field, including International Studies Quarterly, Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Relations, International Studies Review, International Interactions,Global Governance, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, and Review of International Political Economy.
Jean-Frédéric Morin is available to supervise PhD candidates working on global economic governance or global environmental politics.
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Fellows' elected delegate
Judicial Activism of the Court of Justice of the EU in the Pluralist Architecture of Global Law.
Pola Cebulak is a PhD candidate in the GEM PhD School, Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate on Globalization, the EU and Multilateralism. Her mobility action includes a double degree at the universities in Brussels (ULB) and Geneva (UNIGE) as well as a research stay at Boston University (BU). She received her legal degree from Humboldt University Berlin, where she also followed the School of Polish Law. During her exchange year at King’s College London she specialized in European and Human Rights Law. Her experience includes a traineeship at the Court of Justice of the EU and summer internships at the Polish Embassy in Berlin and Clifford Chance LLP. Pola has defended her PhD thesis in December 2014.
The International Dimension of EU Competition Policy: Does Regional Supranational Regulation Hinder Protectionism?
Doing research as a doctoral fellow of the EM GEM community is a challenging and stimulating task. While this 3-year-long PhD program is highly intensive and demanding, GEM member institutions with globally recognized researching / teaching staff provide us fellows with excellent supports. This program is multi-disciplinary, and people naturally have really 'diverse' interests. However, I believe that we share a basic perspective, communicate and stimulate each other, and therefore remain 'united' - in EU terms.PDF