Michelle Egan is Professor and Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam in the School of International Service, American University, and affiliate Professor in the History Department and Department of International Business at American University. She is the Series Co-Editor for Palgrave Series in EU Studies, and past President of the European Union Studies Association (EUSA), the largest professional association focusing on European integration.
Professor Egan has received a number of fellowships from Bosch Foundation, German Marshall Fund, Howard Foundation, and European University Institute for her research activities. She was recently a Woodrow Wilson Fellow and remains an affiliate member of the Wilson Center. She holds a PhD from the University of Pittsburgh.
Her work focuses on comparative regionalism, trade politics, comparative political economy and global governance. In 2015, her book Single Markets: Economic Integration in Europe and the United States published by Oxford University Press, was awarded the Larry Neal Prize for Excellence in EU Studies. Read about Dr. Egans latest book, "Single Markets - Economic Integration in Europe and the United States". Read the Larry Neal Prize Recipients 2016 Press release, Larry Neal Prize for Excellence in EU Scholarship awarded to Professor Michelle Egan,