Eric Montigny, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Université Laval. Director of master's and doctoral programs, he teaches courses in Canadian and Quebec politics, nationalism and populism, governance, and political parties.
Very active in research, he is scientific director of the research chair on democracy and parliamentary institutions and associate researcher in the political communication research group. His work mainly deals with the internal democracy of political parties, activism, lobbying, parliamentarism and governance.
In addition to his publications on open primaries, the role of deputies, autonomist parties and electoral behavior, it should be noted that he has participated in the writing of several books and scientific articles. His most recent publications focus on cabinet work, lobbying, generational change in Quebec and the evolution of the Quebec partisan system. He also sits on the editorial board of the Revue internationale de politique comparée.