Professor Renaud Dehousse has been President of the European University Institute since 1 September 2016.
Prior to this, Professor Dehousse was a Professor and holder of the Jean Monnet Chair of European Law and Policy Studies at Sciences Po, where he also directed the Centre for European Studies. After studying law at the University of Liège (Belgium), he obtained a doctorate at the European University Institute.
Before joining Sciences Po in 1999, he taught at the European University Institute, where he led the Academy of European Law, and he also taught at the University of Pisa. He was a visiting professor at the universities of Florence (Cesare Alfieri), Lausanne, Cologne, LUISS (Rome) and at the Law School of the University of Michigan.
Renaud Dehousse was scientific advisor to the centre for study and research founded by Jacques Delors, Notre Europe. He was a member of several working parties on the reform of European institutions established by the European Commission and the French Government.
His research has been the subject of publications in many international scientific journals, including: Journal of Public Law and Political Science, Journal of Common Market Studies, American Journal of Comparative Law, West European Politics, European Journal of Public Policy, European Journal of International Law, Rivista italiana di diritto pubblico comunitario, Common Market Law Review, European Union Politics.