Font Borrás, Nuria

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Nuria Font (PhD, UAB) is an Associate Professor of political science at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, where she teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses on EU institutions and politics. She has been a visiting researcher at the European University Institute in Florence, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of California at San Diego, the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She currently investigates EU decision-making, democratic accountability and transparency in EU policy-making, and the formulation and implementation of EU climate policy. She’s willing to supervise PhD dissertations on related topics.



Selected publications:

Fernández, A.M. and N. Font (2021), ‘Unveiling inconsistency: Consensus and contestation along the Council-Comitology cycle of EU policy-making’, Journal of Common Market Studies. Accepted for publication on 23/06/21.

Font, N., P. Graziano, M. Tsakatika (2021), ‘Varieties of Inclusionary Populism? SYRIZA, Podemos and the Five Star Movement’, Government & Opposition 56(1): 163-183.

Font, N. and I. Pérez-Durán (2020), ‘The information phase of accountability: The role of management boards in European Union agencies’, International Review of Administrative Sciences. Online 20/8/2020.

Font, N. (2020), ‘Competing Principals and Non-Vote Decisions in the European Parliament’, Parliamentary Affairs 73 (1): 166-185.

Font, N. (2018), 'Informal Rules and Institutional Balances on the Boards of EU Agencies', Administration & Society 50 (2): 269-294.

Font, N. and I. Pérez Durán (2016), ‘The European Parliament oversight of EU agencies through written questions’, Journal of European Public Policy 23 (9), 1349-1366.

Font, N. (2015), 'Policy properties and political influence in post-delegation: the case of EU agencies', International Review of Administrative Sciences, 81(4): 773-792.

Font, N. (2014), ‘Designing Accountability Regimes at the European Union Level’, in A. Bianculli, X. Fernández-Marín and J. Jordana and (eds), Accountability and Regulatory Governance. Audiences, Controls and Responsibilities, London, Palgrave.

Fernández, A. M., N. Font and C. Koutalakis (2010) ‘Environmental governance in Southern Europe: the domestic filters of Europeanization’, Environmental Politics, 19(4): 557-577.

Font, N. and J. Subirats (2010) ‘Water Management in Spain: the Role of Policy Entrepreneurs in Shaping Change’, Ecology & Society, 15(2): 25.

Font, N. and J. Subirats (2010), ‘Water Management in Transition: Transition Management Watered Down?’, in Dave Huitema & Sander Meijerink (eds), Water policy entrepreneurs. A research companion to water transitions around the Globe, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 272-286.

Font, N., and A. M. Fernández (2009), ‘Spain: ‘When Government Welcomes Environmental Governance’, in Tanja Börzel (ed.), Coping with Accession to the European Union. New Modes of Environmental Governance, London: Palgrave, pp. 95-122.

Fernández, A. M., and N. Font (2009), ‘Portugal: ‘The Challenges of Environmental Governance and the Realities of Government’ (2009), in Tanja Börzel (ed), Coping with Accession to the European Union. New Modes of Environmental Governance, London: Palgrave, pp. 70-94.

Font, N. and J. Subirats (2009), ‘Diving into Waters and Building on Houses: Institutional Regimes for Resource Sustainability’ (2009), in Stéphane Narath and Frédéric Varone (eds), Rediscovering Public Law and Public Administration in Comparative Policy Analysis: a Tribute to Peter Knoepfel, Lausanne: PPUR, pp. 241-254.

Font. N. (2008), ‘The domestic politics of the EU in the constitutional treaty referendums’, Perspectives on European Politics and Society 9(3): 301-315.

Font, N. (2006), ‘Why the European Union gave Turkey the green light’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies 14(2): 197-212.


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