Michele CHANG

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Previous professional affiliations: Boston University; Centre for European Policy Studies; Cornell University; Colgate University

Education: Ph.D. University of California San Diego; B.A. Smith College

Other professional activities:Board member of the Trans European Policy Studies Association; Scientific Committee of the Brexit Research and Policy Institute, Dublin City University

Research interests : Economic and Monetary Union, euro area, euro area economic governance, European Central Bank, fiscal policy coordination, Banking Union, financial crises

  • Chang, M. (2020). “Sui Generis No More? The ECB’s Second Decade” Journal of European Integration 42(3): 311-352
  • Chang, M. (2020). “The Financial Settlement for the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union” in Federico Fabbrini, editor, The Law and Politics of Brexit Volume 2: The Withdrawal Agreement (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
  • Chang, M. (2020). Co-editor with F. Steinberg and F. Torres. The Political Economy of Adjustment Throughout and Beyond the Eurozone Crisis: What Have We Learnt? (Abingdon: Routledge)
  • Chang, M. (2019). The Constraints of Central Bank Independence: The European Central Bank’s Unconventional Monetary Policy and Incremental Accountability in the Euro Crisis. Journal of Contemporary European Research 15 (2): 143-161
  • Chang, M. (2018). The Creeping Competence of the European Central Bank During the Euro Crisis. Credit and Capital 51(1): 41-53.
  • Chang, M. (2018). “Reforming the European Parliament’s Monetary and Economic Dialogues: Creating Accountability Through a Euro Area Oversight Subcommittee” (with Dermot Hodson) in O. Costa, editor. The European Parliament in Times of Crisis: Dynamics and Transformations (London: Palgrave)
  • Chang, M. (2017). “Can Brexit lead to further integration? The case of economic and monetary union. College of Europe Policy Brief #6.17
  • Chang, M. (2017). Brexit and Economic & Monetary Union: From EMU Outsider to Instigator. The Law and Politics of Brexit. F. Fabbrini. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Chang, M. (2016). "The (Ever) Incomplete Story of Economic and Monetary Union." Journal of Contemporary European Research 12(1): 486-501;
  • Chang, M. (2016). Economic and Monetary Union. (London: Palgrave Macmillan);
  • Chang, M. and P. Leblond (2015). "All in: Market expectations of eurozone integrity in the sovereign debt crisis." Review of International Political Economy 22(3): 626-665;

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