Anna-Lena Högenauer is assistant professor and the deputy head of the Institute of Political Science at the University of Luxembourg. She studied European Studies with French at King’s College London (BA), European Political and Administrative Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges (MA) and holds a PhD in Politics from the University of Edinburgh (2011). Her research includes questions of multi-level governance and regional interest representation, environmental policy-making, Europeanization, parliamentary scrutiny of European affairs and legitimacy in EU policy-making. She was an active member of the Observatory of Parliaments after Lisbon (OPAL, www.opal-europe.org) and the Erasmus Network on Parliamentary Democracy in Europe (PADEMIA, http://www.pademia.eu/). She is currently associate editor of PRX and a member of the editorial boards of Politics and Governance and of Small States & Territories. Anna-Lena Högenauer was a member of the of the ESRC-funded project Negotiating Brexit: EU institutions, national governments, and the UK (2017-2019). She works on Luxembourgish politics as part of the C2ESS project (Challenges to European Small States, 2018-2021) and on the legitimacy of central bank decisions as part of the EMULEG project (2021-2024). She is also a member of the COST Network Intergovernmental Coordination from Local to European Governance (IGCOORD, 2021-2025).