Laurie Beaudonnet is Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science of the University of Montreal. She holds a doctoral degree in political and social sciences from the European University Institute (Florence, Italy). She is specialized in European studies and works on political attitudes and public opinions in the EU context. Her research includes the logics of support and opposition to the European integration, their evolution over time, and elections in a multi-level governance framework. Her work focuses on comparisons of both national contexts and individual dimensions, and has been published in leading international academic journals, such as the Journal of Common Market Studies, Politique européenne and Party Politics.
She is also scientific director of the Jean Monnet Centre Montréal as well as director of the RESTEP. She is also a member of the Montreal Centre for International Studies (CÉRIUM) and the Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC).
Other Europe(s): study of the meaning given to the European project by citizens in the context of the economic crisis, in three countries: Italy, France, and Ireland. Financed by the Fonds Québécois de la recherche sur la société et la culture.
Mapping and Explaining Anti-Roma Prejudice in the EU 28 (MARP) : study of the representation of the Roma in European media (23 countries) and of its impact on the attitudes towards this minority. Co-directed with Allison Harell (UQÀM) and Roxana Barbulescu (University of Southampton). Financed by the CSDC.
Beaudonnet, L., Gomez, R. (2017). Red Europe Versus No Europe? The impact of attitudes towards the EU and the economic crisis on radical-left voting. West European Politics, 40(2), 316-335.
Beaudonnet, L. (2015). A Threatening Horizon: The Impact of the Welfare State on Support for Europe. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 53(3), 457-475.
Vasilopoulos, P., Beaudonnet, L., & Cautrès, B. (2015). A red letter day: Investigating the renaissance of the French far left in the 2012 presidential election. French Politics, 13(2), 121-140.
Beaudonnet, L., Blais, A., Bol, D., & Foucault, M. (2014). The impact of election outcomes on satisfaction with democracy under a two-round system. French politics, 12 (1), 22-35.
Beaudonnet, L., & Vasilopoulos, P. (2014). Green parties in hard times The case of EELV in the 2012 French presidential election. Party Politics, 20(2), 275-285.
Barbulescu, R., & Beaudonnet, L. (2014). Protecting Us, Protecting Europe? Public Concern about Immigration and Declining Support for European Integration in Italy. Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 15(2), 216-237.
Beaudonnet, L. (2014). Preferences for European Social Policy in Times of Crisis. Politique européenne, 42(4), 96-123.