Dr. Paulette Kurzer is a Professor in the Political Science department at the University of Arizona. Dr. Kurzer's research interests include institutions of the European Union and the intersection between domestic and European policy-making. Her work has appeared in the Journal for European Public Policy, the Journal of Common Market Studies, and other refereed journals as well as several edited volumes. Her most recent book is Markets and Moral Regulation (Cambridge University Press, 2001), and she is the author of “What’s for Dinner? European Farming and Food Traditions Confront American Biotechnology” (Comparative Political Studies, May 2007) with Alice Copper. She is currently working on the perception of risk and the formation of a new public health domain in the EU.
This talk was given at the EU Regulatory Policy Forum, sponsored by the Indiana University EU Center, Kelley School of Business, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and West European Studies.