Position: Former EU Program Affiliates
Title: Visiting Associate Research Scholar, Woodrow Wilson School and the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance.
Office: 440 Robertson Hall
Adam Luedtke is a 2009-2010 visiting fellow at the Center for Globalization and Governance. He received his Ph.D. from University of Washington in 2006, where he studied under Jim Caporaso. Luedtke's research is on immigration and European integration, with a particular focus on Belgium, France and the UK. He is co-author (with Lina Svedin) of the forthcoming book, Controlling Chaos: Risk Regulation in the European Union and the United States (Palgrave), and is editor of the forthcoming book, Migrants and Minorities: the European Response (Cambridge Scholars Press). He has also published articles in the following journals: Governance, European Union Politics, Policy Studies Journal, International Migration, Comparative European Politics, and the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis.