Anna Michalski is Associate Professor at the Department of Government, Uppsala University, and associated senior researcher at the Swedish Institute for International Affairs. Since September 2018, she is visiting associate professor at Hong Kong University. Her teaching and research interests span over international relations and European politics, with a particular focus on EU foreign policy. She is chair for the Swedish Network for European Studies in Political Science.
My research interests span over the fields of international relations and foreign policy analysis with a focus on the European Union and the process of European integration. Current research projects involve themaking of EU foreign policy, the Europeanization of national foreign policy and EU-China relations. Previously, I have worked on questions concerning EU policy coordination in the area of economic and social policy and the emergence of new governance frameworks in the wake of the financial and economic crisis.
Visiting Professor, School of International Relations and Public Administration, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 2010-2011
Researcher and acting Director at the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, Stockholm, Sweden, 2007-09
Lecturer, Department of Politics, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 2006-07
Senior Research Fellow, The Netherlands Institute of International Affairs (Clingendael), The Hague, 2002-05
Official, The Forward Studies Unit, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, 1996-2001
Researcher, Centre d'Etudes et des Recherches Internationales, Paris, France, 1995
Researcher, The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), London, the UK 1991-93
Membership in academic research networks and boards
Member of the Swedish Society for International Affairs
Member of the academic network of the Swedish Institute of European Policy Studies
Member of the Swedish Network for Foreign Policy Analysis
Member of the IR-section of the Swedish Political Studies Association
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