Prof. Frederic Allemand
Frédéric Allemand is currently researcher in EU law, and coordinator of the Law Department and of the Robert Schuman Initiative-Jean Monnet Excellence Centre at the University of Luxembourg. He is a graduate of SciencesPo Paris, and holder of a PhD in Public Law. He specialises in EU institutional law, and economic and monetary law.
Before joining the University of Luxembourg in 2016, Frederic worked for 5 years as coordinator of the European Integration Studies Department at the Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l’Europe. He worked previously in the ECB’s legal department, in the French Secretariat-General for European Affairs (attached to the office of the Prime Minister), in the French Senate and for several European and French think tanks.
Frédéric is also associate researcher at the Polytechnic University of Hauts-de-France (France). He lectures on European affairs for Master’s programmes at Sciences Po, ENA and HEC Business School. He wrote more than fifty scholarly publications mainly on the Economic and Monetary Union. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Revue de l’euro, an open peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the economic and monetary Union.