University of Laval
Eric Montigny is currently Executive director of the Research Chair on Democracy and Parliamentary Institutions. He holds a Ph.D. in political science from Laval University, as well as a Master in public administration from École nationale d’administration publique. He also teaches political science at Laval University. He specialises in political parties, governance, Canadian and Quebec politics.
His most recent publications have concerned Quebec’s MNAs and MPs and their work in their constituencies, parliamentary evolution, electoral and party financing, partisan system change, lobbying and public officials. He is also the author of an essay on leadership and involvement in the Parti québécois. Having work in the past at the National Assembly for almost twelve years, he finally benefits from a solid practical experience.
For more information visit his webpage: https://www.pol.ulaval.ca/?pid=243