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Beaudonnet, Laurie

Research Fellow

  • Assistant professor at the Department of political science


  • Telephone 514-343-6111 #3701 Pav. PAV.M.CARON-L.GROULX-3200 J.B. \ Ext. C-3132
Beaudonnet, Laurie


Laurie Beaudonnet studies the political attitudes in the multi-level systems, more precisely the logics of support and opposition to the European Union. Her current work concerns the effects of the economic crisis on the politicization of attitudes towards Europe, on the electoral behaviors and on the anti-Roma attitudes in Europe. She holds a doctorate degree from the European University Institute (Florence, Italy).

Areas of expertise


  • Beaudonnet, Laurie (2014) "A Threatenig Horizon : The impact of the welfare state on support for Europe", Journal of Common Market Studies, to be released.

  • Beaudonnet, Laurie, André Blais, Damien Bol & Martial Foucault (2014) “The Impact Of Election Outcomes On Satisfaction With Democracy Under A Two-Round System.” French politics, 12(1).

  • Beaudonnet, Laurie & Pavlos Vasilopoulos (2014). “Green Parties in Hard Times : The Case of EELV in the 2012 French Presidential Election.” Party Politics, 20(2).

  • Barbulescu, Roxana & Laurie Beaudonnet (2014). “Protecting us, Protecting Europe ? Public Concern About Immigration and Declining Support for European Integration in Italy.” Perspective on European Politics and Society (PEPS), March.

  • Beaudonnet, Laurie (2013) “Preferences for European Social Policy in Times of Crisis.” Politique Européenne, 42 (December).


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