Dr Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol
- Senior Lecturer (Management)
Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol holds a BA (Hons) in European Studies from Sciences Po, Strasbourg, an MSc (Distinction) in International History from the London School of Economics and a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence.
Prior to joining the Adam Smith Business School, he has been Pinto Post-Doctoral Fellow at the LSE, and Research Associate in the Economic History Department at the University of Glasgow (http://bankreg.academicblogs.co.uk).
Emmanuel’s research interests lie in international economic history, European integration, the development of international/European financial regulation and supervision and the internationalisation strategies of commercial banks.
For more information see www.e-mourlon-druol.com.
Emmanuel is a member of the International Business and Enterprise research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- International economic relations
- Financial and banking history
- European integration
- International financial regulation and supervision
- European and global governance
- Principal Investigator of a €1,5 million Starting Grant by the European Research Council (ERC) for the project 'EURECON: the Making of a Lopsided Union: Economic Integration in the European Economic Community, 1957-1992', for five years (2017-2022)
- Principal Investigator in a large project led by Professor Catherine Schenk (University of Oxford), and funded by a total grant of €1,2 million of the HERA consortium (Humanities in the European Research Area). The project is entitled "The Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations" and lasts three years (2016-2019). HERA provides funding under Full Economic Costing through the AHRC (therefore an RCUK funded project). This is an important initiative including international partners in Sweden (Uppsala University), Switzerland (Université de Genève), and Spain (University Carlos III Madrid).
- Award of a 15000 euros grant (Jean Monnet Project) to organise a conference at the European University Institute in Florence in May 2016 entitled 'Capitalism, Crises and European Integration from 1945 to the present’
- Funding from the European Association of Banking History for the organisation of an international conference ("The challenges of international financial regulation and supervision since 1945") held in Frankfurt in January 2014
- Funding from the EUI Global Governance Programme for the organisation of an international conference ("Summitry at the Dawn of the Global Era: Historical Enquiries into the Rise of the G-7 and the European Council") held in Florence in October 2012.
- EUI 4th year grant
- Various EUI departmental research grants (travel and subsistence)
I am happy to supervise or co-supervise dissertations in the areas of management, business and (international) economic history, European (economic and political) integration, international monetary cooperation.
My current PhD students are:
- Georgette Fernandez Laris
- Catherine Lefèvre
- Dorothea Römer
The Eurozone Political Economy, 2016-2017
Global Business Environment 2014-2015, 2015-2016
Management Issues and Controversies 2014-2015, 2015-2016
European Business Environment (MSc International Business and Entrepreneurship), 2011-2012