Yves Sintomer is Senior fellow at the French University Institute (IUF), professor of political science at Paris 8 University, and member of the “bureau” (president’s advisory council) of this university.
He has or has held academic positions at a number of institutions: Neuchâtel, Lausanne, Bask country, Harvard, Tsinghua (Beijing), Goethe (Frankfurt/Main), Complutense (Madrid), Louvain-la-Neuve, Catania, and Humboldt (Berlin) Universities; Science Po Paris, Science Po Lille, Academia Sinica (Taipei). He has been deputy director of the Marc Bloch Center (Berlin).
His writings have been published in 18 languages, and include Participatory Budgeting in Europe; Democracy and Public Governance (with C. Herzberg and A. Röcke), Ashgate, London, 2016. He is presently finishing a book on democracy in a global perspective (to be published by La Découverte, Paris, September 2018) and leading a research on the changes of political representation in a comparative perspective (Brazil/China/France/Germany/India).