Quentin Michel

Quentin Michel graduated from the University of Liege (Doctorate). He is Ordinary Professor in European Studies at Department of Political Science Liège University.


His current fields of researches are:

  • Decision making process of EU Institutions in particular the role of informal governance;
  • Strategic trade control regimes. A present research is devoted to the increasing responsibility of industries and exporters in the proliferation risk analysis.
  • EU sustainable development policies in regards with its links with other policies (impact assessment studies)
  • Nuclear regulation policies

    His main last five publications are:
  1. Controle van de handel in dual-use goederen: het juridische kluwen na de regionalisering, Belgische wapenhandel: Een politiek, economisch en ethisch hangijzer, ACCO, Leuven/Den Haag, 2014, 190 pages

  2. De Lisbonne à Rome, Evolution article par article des traités institutionels de l’Union européenne, Manuel, Presse Universitaires de Liège, Mai 2014, 796 pages

  3. European Dual-Use Trade Controls Beyond materiality and Borders, Collection Non-Prolifération, PIE-Peter Lang, Bruxelles, Collection Non-Prolifération, PIE-Peter Lang, Bruxelles, 2013, 155 pages

  4. Controlling the Trade of the Dual-Use Items, Handbook, Collection Non-Prolifération, PIE-Peter Lang, Bruxelles, Collection Non-Prolifération, PIE-Peter Lang, Bruxelles, 2013, 122 pages