Short CV/Education and training


  • 1993
    Master of Sciences, Agronomics, ENSAR, Rennes

  • 1994
    Master of Research in Economics (International Markets and Agriculture), ENSAR, Rennes (Diplôme d’Ingénieur Agronome)

  • 1995
    Master of Research in Political Science, Université of Grenoble

  • 1999
    Ph.D., Political Science – Public Policy Analysis, University of Grenoble, Institut d’Etudes

  • 2011
    Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches, University of Montpellier

Professional experiences

  • 1993
    Ministry of Economics and Finance, Direction of Prevision – Bureau of Agriculture (internship)

  • 1996
    European Commission, DG Agriculture and Rural Development, Brussels, Belgium, Analysis and Forward Looking Unit (internship)

  • 1999 – 2000
    Jean Monnet Research Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

  • 2000 – 2002
    CNRS research fellow at CRAPE (Centre de Recherches sur l’Action Politique en Europe), Institute for Political Studies (Institut d’Etudes Politiques), Rennes, France

  • 2002 – 2004
    Policy officer at FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy, Policy and research Officer at the Technical Cooperation Department, Policy Assistance Division, Policy support unit (TCAS)

  • Since 2005
    Senior research fellow at CIRAD – International Center for Agricultural Research for Development. Associated researcher, MOISA Joint Research Unit (Markets, Organizations, Institutions, Stakeholder and Strategies)

  • Since 2007
    CNRS Senior research fellow at CEPEL (Centre d’Etudes Politiques de l’Europe Latine), Montpellier. Faculty of Law and Political Science, University of Montpellier, France

Selected publications

  • Fouilleux E., Bricas N., Alpha A., 2017, "Feeding 9 billion people… Global food security debates and the productionist trap", Journal of European Public Policy, forthcoming.

  • Eve Fouilleux and Allison Loconto, 2017, "Voluntary standards, certification and accreditation in the global organic agriculture field. A tripartite model of techno-politics", Agriculture and Human Values, 34(1), 1-14.

  • Eve Fouilleux and Matthieu Ansaloni, 2016, “The Common Agricultural Policy”, In: Michelle Cini and Nieves Perez Solorzano Borragan, European Union Politics (5th Edition), Oxford University Press, London, 308-322.

  • Allison Loconto, Eve Fouilleux, 2014, “Politics of Private Regulation: ISEAL and the shaping of transnational sustainability governance”, Regulation and Governance, 8, 166–185.

  • Eve Fouilleux, 2009, « A propos de crises mondiales… Quel rôle de la FAO dans les débats internationaux sur les politiques agricoles et alimentaires ? », Revue Française de Science Politique, Vol 59, n°4, pp.757-782.

  • Eve Fouilleux, 2004, “CAP Reforms and Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Another View on Discourse Efficiency”, West European Politics, Vol.27, No.2 (March), p. 235-255.

Selected projects

  • AFGROLAND – Sustainability of Large Scale Land Acquisitions in Africa. Economic, environmental,and food security Impacts (Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambic)

  • IDAE – Institutionnalizations of Agroecologies (France, Brazil, Argentina)

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the High Level Panel of experts of the R4D programme of the Swiss National Scientific Foundation

  • Member of the Advisory Board of the Organic Food System Program


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