Background and activities
De Wilde studies political conflict over European integration and globalization. His research addresses Euroscepticism as well as public debate in mass media, the internet and parliamentary settings. He is part of the European Studies research group at NTNU and teaches European Integration Theory in the BA European Studies as well as The EU as a Global Actor and Contesting Europe in the MA European Studies.
He holds an MSc in political science from the University of Amsterdam (2005) and a PhD in political science from ARENA, Center for European Studies, University of Oslo (2011). From 2011 to 2016, he was a Senior Researcher at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center in Germany. He has also been a visiting fellow at the University of Copenhagen, Stockholm University and Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University. Since 2016, De Wilde is Associate Professor in European Studies at NTNU.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2017) The Opposition Deficit in EU Accountability: Evidence from over 20 Years of Plenary Debate in Four Member States. European Journal of Political Research.
- (2016) Introduction: The Differentiated Politicisation of European Governance. West European Politics. vol. 39 (1).
- (2016) Assessing actually-existing trajectories of EU politicisation. West European Politics. vol. 39 (1).
- (2016) Debating Globalization: Cosmopolitanism and Communitarianism as Political Ideologies. Journal of Political Ideologies. vol. 21 (3).
- (2015) Accountability and Opposition to Globalization in International Assemblies. European Journal of International Relations. vol. 22 (4).
- (2015) Redirecting National Parliaments: Setting Priorities for Involvement in EU Affairs. Comparative European Politics.
Part of book/report
- (2016) Silencing the Eurocrats in Public Crisis Politics. The End of the Eurocrats' Dream.
- (2015) The Politicization of European Integration: Towards Democratic Renationalization?. The Legitimacy of Regional Integration in Europe and the Americas.