Democracy, Elections and Citizenship

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With your help, we study the political engagement of citizens in contemporary democracies.

Forthcoming seminars and events

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Citizens’ evaluation of the EU and the national government. Still a zero-sum dy- namic?

May 30, 2022 13:00
Roberto Pannico (UB)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
28/04/2022/by Marta Vallvé

The real-world consequences of online incivity: A cross-national perspective

May 9, 2022 13:00
Laia Castro (UIC / UZH)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
28/04/2022/by Marta Vallvé

Autocratic Revolving Doors- Which elites make a democratic comeback?

June 13, 2022 13:00
Roman-Gabriel Olar (Dublin City University)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
01/04/2022/by Daniel Baliñas Pérez

Refining the “winners” and “losers” of globalization

April 20, 2022 13:00
Sally Bonsall (University of Virginia)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
01/04/2022/by Daniel Baliñas Pérez

Call for applications: a Post-doc and a PhD candidate position in ERC project on the Trade-offs of democracy

The Department of Political Science at the Autonomous University…
16/03/2022/by Daniel Baliñas Pérez

Does gender parity foster collaboration? Examining gender homophily trends in scientific publications, 1980-2019

Margarita Torre (UC3M)
May 2, 2022 13:00
UAB - Sala de Juntes
07/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

Longer paternity leaves, fairer labor markets? A survey questionnaire proposal

Dani Marinova (UAB)
March 28, 2022 13:00
UAB - Sala de Reunions (B3B/199)
07/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

Do Financial or social remittances influence political perception? An experimental design proposal

Laurence Go (UAB)
March 14, 2022 13:00
UAB - Sala de Juntes
07/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

The Effect of Accumulated Losses on Perceptions of Legitimacy

Lala Muradova (Dublin City University)
March 3, 2022 13:00
UAB - Aula 10 (B1/029)
02/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

Family, gender norms and social class: The political incorporation of women in Sweden (1921-1960)

Jordi Muñoz (UB)
21st april 13:00h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams 
16/04/2021/by grdec

COVID-19 and affective polarization. A Spanish cautionary tale

Carol Galais (UAB) and Daniel Balinhas (UAB)
7th april 13:00h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
06/04/2021/by grdec

Studying the ethnic gap in geopolitical preferences in the Association Agreement countries. Evidence from Georgia (2015-2019).

Ángel Torres (UAB)
8th march 13:00h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
04/03/2021/by grdec

If you are going to talk like that I don’t want to participate. Experimental evidence on the effects of debate on political inequalities

Berta Barbet
february 15:30h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
22/02/2021/by grdec

Seminar calendar: Spring 2021

SEMINAR LIST OF SESSIONS- SPRING 2021
February 26, 2021 15:30
Berta…
10/02/2021/by grdec

PRR parties’ success and political correctness. A Spanish tale about symbolic effects.

Carol Galais (UAB) and Juan Pérez-Rajó (UAB)
14th january 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
11/01/2021/by grdec

It’s not what they defend, it’s how the defend it: The relationship between partisan, ideological and emotional polarization in the Catalan context

Berta Barbet (UAB)
17th december, 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
09/12/2020/by grdec

Did Female Suffrage bolster Conservative Support? The case of the Spanish Second Republic (1931-1939)

Toni Rodón (UPF)
3rd december, 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
01/12/2020/by grdec

Motivated reasoning, prior beliefs, and evidence in the politics of welfare reform

Leire Rincón (UB)
13th november, 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
11/11/2020/by grdec

Seminar calendar: Fall 2020

SEMINAR LIST OF SESSIONS- FALL 2020
November 13, 2020 13:00
Leire…
05/11/2020/by grdec

Carol Galais winner of the Robert M. Worcester Price for the best paper by World Association of Public Opinion Research

Carol Galais, member of the group, is the winner jointly with…
12/10/2020/by grdec

An experimental test of the economic vote: impact, asymmetry and conditionality

Roberto Pannico (ICS-Lisboa)
9th of July, 16:00h
Zoom meeting
06/07/2020/by grdec

Timing partisanship: stability, strength and sway of party identification with new parties

Eva Anduiza (UAB) i Roberto Pannico (ICS-Lisboa)
3th of June, 17:00h
Zoom meeting
02/06/2020/by grdec

Political and Sex Bias in Judicial Decisions: A Natural Experiment

Joan-Josep Vallbé (UB)

14th of February, 13:00h, Sala Anexa de…
11/02/2020/by grdec

Seminar calendar: Spring 2020

SEMINAR LIST OF SESSIONS- WINTER/SPRING 2020
January 16, 2020…
21/01/2020/by grdec

Looking the other way? Selective media exposure and the electoral punishment of corruption. Experimental design and analysis plan

Macarena Ares (UZH), Sofia Breitenstein (UAB) and Enrique Hernández (UAB)
24th of January, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
21/01/2020/by grdec

Public support for European Union and Eurasian Economic Union membership. Evidence from the Eastern Partnership countries

Angel Luis Torres (UAB)
16th of January, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
13/01/2020/by grdec

Asking about welfare priorities: attitudinal constraint in social policy preferences

Macarena Ares (Universitat de Zurich)
28th of Novembre, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
25/11/2019/by grdec

Habits, Mental Health and Voting: Citizens with Poor Mental Health Rely Less on Predispositions to Make their Voting Decisions

Luca Bernardi (ULIV- The University of Liverpool)
7th of Novembre, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
04/11/2019/by grdec

Revisiting the Linz-Moreno question. Identities, causal antecedents and support for secession

Marc Guinjoan (UAB)
8th of July, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
04/07/2019/by grdec

When Growth is Not Enough: Issue Positions, Inequality, and Economic Accountability

Timothy Hellwig (Indiana University – Bloomington)
27th of June, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
19/06/2019/by grdec

The big five in the big four: Personality traits among politicians and supporters of the largest four Spanish parties

Carol Galais (UAB)- paper co-authored with Xavier Coller and Elena…
17/06/2019/by grdec

Do you have what it takes? Quasi-experimental evidence on the effect of gender and age on bargaining over government formation

Albert Falcó (UB)

4th of June, 13:00h, Sala de Juntes de…
31/05/2019/by grdec

Too Crooked to be Good: Tradeoffs and the Punishment of Malfeasance

Sofia Breitenstein (UAB) - paper co-authored with Enrique Hernández…
16/05/2019/by grdec

The Role of the Economic Conditions in Second-Order Elections

Agustí Bosch (UAB)

29th of April, 11:00h, Sala de Juntes de…
24/04/2019/by grdec

Holding Governments Accountable for Pension Reform? Testing the Moderating Effects of New Social Risks

Dani Marinova (UAB)
5th of April, 12:30h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB
02/04/2019/by grdec

Nobody seems to be fully representing me: belief unconstraint and its effects on the political system”

Berta Barbet (UAB)

13th de February, 13:00h, Sala Annexa…
22/02/2019/by grdec

Latest Publications

Evaluating the Unequal Economy: Poverty Risk, Economic Indicators, and the Perception Gap

New article by Timothy Hellwig and Dani M Marinova published in Political Research Quarterly How do citizens form evaluations of the economy? Defining features of advanced capitalism like income inequality and labor market dualization present a challenge for assessing the health of the economy based on a small set of macroeconomic indicators. This is particularly […]

The Ideological Slant of COVID-19-Related Conspiracies. A New Niche for the Far-Right?

New article by Carol Galais and Marc Guinjoan published at Journal of Representative Democracy What makes believers in COVID-19-related conspiratorial stories different from the usual conspiracy theorists? To date, evidence on conspiratorial beliefs about COVID-19 is scant and it focuses on only a few countries. Moreover, it overlooks political and ideological factors, which might well […]

On time and meaningful partisanship: Stability, strength, and sway of attachment to new parties

New article by Roberto Pannico and Eva Anduiza published at Party Politics New parties pose a challenge to the claim that time is an essential element in the construction of partisanship. By definition, new parties have not been around for much time, so the opportunities for the construction of meaningful attachments could be considered limited. […]

The long-lasting effects of citizenship education

New paper by Enrique Hernández and Carol Galais published at West European Politics Both policymakers and scholars disagree about the effects and suitability of citizenship education standalone courses. Extant evidence about their effects is mixed and inconclusive. This article exploits the discontinuities generated by changes in Spanish education policies to identify the long-term effects of […]

Testing the input-process-output model of public participation

New article by Carol Galais and others published at European Journal of Political Research The characteristics of participatory institutions can be articulated in three main dimensions: input, process and output. The common assumption is that a dependency relationship exists, with process serving as a mediator between input and output. This paper puts the model to […]

Institutional Performance and Party Cues: Their Influence on Individual Geopolitical Preferences. The Case of Moldova (2012-2019)

New article by Angel Torres published at Problems of Post-Communism This paper examines the relationship between institutional trust and party cues, and individual geopolitical preferences in Moldova. Based on the idea that deciding whether to join either the EU or the EAEU is a complex decision, I argue that the use of national proxies could […]

An unjustified bad reputation? The Dark Triad and support for populism

New article by Carol Galais and Guillem Rico published at Electoral Studies While research concludes that populist leaders stand out for their “dark” personalities, studies on the psychological underpinnings of citizens’ populist attitudes are scant and inconclusive, with some agreement on the association between disagreeableness and populist attitudes. By bringing the Dark Triad personality traits […]

Citizens’ duties across generations

New article by André Blais, Carol Galais and Danielle Mayer published at Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties There is a wide academic agreement on the existence of two different types of citizenship norms (“dutiful” and “engaged”), along with a generalized conviction about the prevalence of “engaged” norms among the young cohorts. These conclusions […]

Still winners and losers? Studying public opinion’s geopolitical preferences in the association agreement countries (Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine)

New article by Ángel Torres published at Post-Soviet Affairs This paper assesses some of the factors that influence the public’s geopolitical preferences in the Association Agreement (AA) countries (Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine). Specifically, I test the winners and losers theory, according to which individuals with higher chances of success in a particular society (winners) tend to […]

Issue politicization and social class: How the electoral supply activates class divides in political preferences

New article by Macarena Ares published at European Journal of Political Research Against premature claims about the declining political relevance of social class in post-industrial democracies, recent research indicates that class continues to be a relevant determinant of political preferences. In post-industrial societies ‘old’ class divides on economic issues coexist with ‘new’ class alignments on […]

Attitudinal polarization towards the redistributive role of the state in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis

New article by Macarena Ares and others published at Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties The COVID-19 crisis presents a unique opportunity to study how public opinion towards the redistributive role of the state reacts to a major economic shock. The pandemic and the measures taken to stop it exposed citizens to both increased […]

The corrosive effect of corruption on trust in politicians: Evidence from a natural experiment

New article by Enrique Hernandez and others at Research & Politics. Empirical studies do not provide a univocal answer about the effects of corruption on political attitudes and behaviour. Focusing on the relationship between corruption and political trust, in this article we explore whether real-world corruption scandals have a negative causal effect on trust in […]

Turnout and social fractionalisation

New article by Marc Guinjoan and others published on Politics
Social fractionalisation has been omitted in most influential cross-sectional studies on turnout, and when it has been included, evidence is, at best, mixed. This article addresses this gap from two perspectives. First, using aggregated data from 22 countries we show that turnout is inversely related to ethnolinguistic fractionalisation, even after controlling for institutional, political and socioeconomic determinants. Second, we rely on data from elections in two multilingual territories, Catalonia and Quebec, to examine both the direct and indirect causal mechanisms for which voting and the sense of duty of vote are affected by the individuals’ aversion to the opposite ethnicity and the relative size of ethnicities.

Is the European Union too complicated? Citizens’ lack of information and party cue effectiveness

by Roberto Pannico
Previous literature suggests that citizens lack information about European Union politics and need party cues to develop attitudes toward European Union issues. This process would make party positions the cause rather than the consequence of voters’ preferences, reducing the accountability of the political elite. The article tests the premise of this top-down model investigating how issue complexity and citizens’ political knowledge affect party cue effectiveness. The results from both experimental and observational data show that party influence is higher among less knowledgeable citizens.

Latest Publications

Evaluating the Unequal Economy: Poverty Risk, Economic Indicators, and the Perception Gap

New article by Timothy Hellwig and Dani M Marinova published in Political Research Quarterly How do citizens form evaluations of the economy? Defining features of advanced capitalism like income inequality and labor market dualization present a challenge for assessing the health of the economy based on a small set of macroeconomic indicators. This is particularly […]

The Ideological Slant of COVID-19-Related Conspiracies. A New Niche for the Far-Right?

New article by Carol Galais and Marc Guinjoan published at Journal of Representative Democracy What makes believers in COVID-19-related conspiratorial stories different from the usual conspiracy theorists? To date, evidence on conspiratorial beliefs about COVID-19 is scant and it focuses on only a few countries. Moreover, it overlooks political and ideological factors, which might well […]

On time and meaningful partisanship: Stability, strength, and sway of attachment to new parties

New article by Roberto Pannico and Eva Anduiza published at Party Politics New parties pose a challenge to the claim that time is an essential element in the construction of partisanship. By definition, new parties have not been around for much time, so the opportunities for the construction of meaningful attachments could be considered limited. […]

The long-lasting effects of citizenship education

New paper by Enrique Hernández and Carol Galais published at West European Politics Both policymakers and scholars disagree about the effects and suitability of citizenship education standalone courses. Extant evidence about their effects is mixed and inconclusive. This article exploits the discontinuities generated by changes in Spanish education policies to identify the long-term effects of […]

Testing the input-process-output model of public participation

New article by Carol Galais and others published at European Journal of Political Research The characteristics of participatory institutions can be articulated in three main dimensions: input, process and output. The common assumption is that a dependency relationship exists, with process serving as a mediator between input and output. This paper puts the model to […]

Institutional Performance and Party Cues: Their Influence on Individual Geopolitical Preferences. The Case of Moldova (2012-2019)

New article by Angel Torres published at Problems of Post-Communism This paper examines the relationship between institutional trust and party cues, and individual geopolitical preferences in Moldova. Based on the idea that deciding whether to join either the EU or the EAEU is a complex decision, I argue that the use of national proxies could […]

An unjustified bad reputation? The Dark Triad and support for populism

New article by Carol Galais and Guillem Rico published at Electoral Studies While research concludes that populist leaders stand out for their “dark” personalities, studies on the psychological underpinnings of citizens’ populist attitudes are scant and inconclusive, with some agreement on the association between disagreeableness and populist attitudes. By bringing the Dark Triad personality traits […]

Citizens’ duties across generations

New article by André Blais, Carol Galais and Danielle Mayer published at Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties There is a wide academic agreement on the existence of two different types of citizenship norms (“dutiful” and “engaged”), along with a generalized conviction about the prevalence of “engaged” norms among the young cohorts. These conclusions […]

Still winners and losers? Studying public opinion’s geopolitical preferences in the association agreement countries (Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine)

New article by Ángel Torres published at Post-Soviet Affairs This paper assesses some of the factors that influence the public’s geopolitical preferences in the Association Agreement (AA) countries (Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine). Specifically, I test the winners and losers theory, according to which individuals with higher chances of success in a particular society (winners) tend to […]

Issue politicization and social class: How the electoral supply activates class divides in political preferences

New article by Macarena Ares published at European Journal of Political Research Against premature claims about the declining political relevance of social class in post-industrial democracies, recent research indicates that class continues to be a relevant determinant of political preferences. In post-industrial societies ‘old’ class divides on economic issues coexist with ‘new’ class alignments on […]

Attitudinal polarization towards the redistributive role of the state in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis

New article by Macarena Ares and others published at Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties The COVID-19 crisis presents a unique opportunity to study how public opinion towards the redistributive role of the state reacts to a major economic shock. The pandemic and the measures taken to stop it exposed citizens to both increased […]

The corrosive effect of corruption on trust in politicians: Evidence from a natural experiment

New article by Enrique Hernandez and others at Research & Politics. Empirical studies do not provide a univocal answer about the effects of corruption on political attitudes and behaviour. Focusing on the relationship between corruption and political trust, in this article we explore whether real-world corruption scandals have a negative causal effect on trust in […]

Turnout and social fractionalisation

New article by Marc Guinjoan and others published on Politics
Social fractionalisation has been omitted in most influential cross-sectional studies on turnout, and when it has been included, evidence is, at best, mixed. This article addresses this gap from two perspectives. First, using aggregated data from 22 countries we show that turnout is inversely related to ethnolinguistic fractionalisation, even after controlling for institutional, political and socioeconomic determinants. Second, we rely on data from elections in two multilingual territories, Catalonia and Quebec, to examine both the direct and indirect causal mechanisms for which voting and the sense of duty of vote are affected by the individuals’ aversion to the opposite ethnicity and the relative size of ethnicities.

Is the European Union too complicated? Citizens’ lack of information and party cue effectiveness

by Roberto Pannico
Previous literature suggests that citizens lack information about European Union politics and need party cues to develop attitudes toward European Union issues. This process would make party positions the cause rather than the consequence of voters’ preferences, reducing the accountability of the political elite. The article tests the premise of this top-down model investigating how issue complexity and citizens’ political knowledge affect party cue effectiveness. The results from both experimental and observational data show that party influence is higher among less knowledgeable citizens.

Forthcoming seminars and events

News

Citizens’ evaluation of the EU and the national government. Still a zero-sum dy- namic?

May 30, 2022 13:00
Roberto Pannico (UB)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
28/04/2022/by Marta Vallvé

The real-world consequences of online incivity: A cross-national perspective

May 9, 2022 13:00
Laia Castro (UIC / UZH)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
28/04/2022/by Marta Vallvé

Autocratic Revolving Doors- Which elites make a democratic comeback?

June 13, 2022 13:00
Roman-Gabriel Olar (Dublin City University)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
01/04/2022/by Daniel Baliñas Pérez

Refining the “winners” and “losers” of globalization

April 20, 2022 13:00
Sally Bonsall (University of Virginia)
UAB - Sala de Juntes
01/04/2022/by Daniel Baliñas Pérez

Call for applications: a Post-doc and a PhD candidate position in ERC project on the Trade-offs of democracy

The Department of Political Science at the Autonomous University…
16/03/2022/by Daniel Baliñas Pérez

Does gender parity foster collaboration? Examining gender homophily trends in scientific publications, 1980-2019

Margarita Torre (UC3M)
May 2, 2022 13:00
UAB - Sala de Juntes
07/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

Longer paternity leaves, fairer labor markets? A survey questionnaire proposal

Dani Marinova (UAB)
March 28, 2022 13:00
UAB - Sala de Reunions (B3B/199)
07/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

Do Financial or social remittances influence political perception? An experimental design proposal

Laurence Go (UAB)
March 14, 2022 13:00
UAB - Sala de Juntes
07/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

The Effect of Accumulated Losses on Perceptions of Legitimacy

Lala Muradova (Dublin City University)
March 3, 2022 13:00
UAB - Aula 10 (B1/029)
02/03/2022/by Riccardo Piattelli

Family, gender norms and social class: The political incorporation of women in Sweden (1921-1960)

Jordi Muñoz (UB)
21st april 13:00h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams 
16/04/2021/by grdec

COVID-19 and affective polarization. A Spanish cautionary tale

Carol Galais (UAB) and Daniel Balinhas (UAB)
7th april 13:00h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
06/04/2021/by grdec

Studying the ethnic gap in geopolitical preferences in the Association Agreement countries. Evidence from Georgia (2015-2019).

Ángel Torres (UAB)
8th march 13:00h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
04/03/2021/by grdec

If you are going to talk like that I don’t want to participate. Experimental evidence on the effects of debate on political inequalities

Berta Barbet
february 15:30h
Sala de Juntes Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
22/02/2021/by grdec

Seminar calendar: Spring 2021

SEMINAR LIST OF SESSIONS- SPRING 2021
February 26, 2021 15:30
Berta…
10/02/2021/by grdec

PRR parties’ success and political correctness. A Spanish tale about symbolic effects.

Carol Galais (UAB) and Juan Pérez-Rajó (UAB)
14th january 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
11/01/2021/by grdec

It’s not what they defend, it’s how the defend it: The relationship between partisan, ideological and emotional polarization in the Catalan context

Berta Barbet (UAB)
17th december, 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
09/12/2020/by grdec

Did Female Suffrage bolster Conservative Support? The case of the Spanish Second Republic (1931-1939)

Toni Rodón (UPF)
3rd december, 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
01/12/2020/by grdec

Motivated reasoning, prior beliefs, and evidence in the politics of welfare reform

Leire Rincón (UB)
13th november, 13:00h
Aula 8 Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB or Teams
11/11/2020/by grdec

Seminar calendar: Fall 2020

SEMINAR LIST OF SESSIONS- FALL 2020
November 13, 2020 13:00
Leire…
05/11/2020/by grdec

Carol Galais winner of the Robert M. Worcester Price for the best paper by World Association of Public Opinion Research

Carol Galais, member of the group, is the winner jointly with…
12/10/2020/by grdec

An experimental test of the economic vote: impact, asymmetry and conditionality

Roberto Pannico (ICS-Lisboa)
9th of July, 16:00h
Zoom meeting
06/07/2020/by grdec

Timing partisanship: stability, strength and sway of party identification with new parties

Eva Anduiza (UAB) i Roberto Pannico (ICS-Lisboa)
3th of June, 17:00h
Zoom meeting
02/06/2020/by grdec

Political and Sex Bias in Judicial Decisions: A Natural Experiment

Joan-Josep Vallbé (UB)

14th of February, 13:00h, Sala Anexa de…
11/02/2020/by grdec

Seminar calendar: Spring 2020

SEMINAR LIST OF SESSIONS- WINTER/SPRING 2020
January 16, 2020…
21/01/2020/by grdec

Looking the other way? Selective media exposure and the electoral punishment of corruption. Experimental design and analysis plan

Macarena Ares (UZH), Sofia Breitenstein (UAB) and Enrique Hernández (UAB)
24th of January, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
21/01/2020/by grdec

Public support for European Union and Eurasian Economic Union membership. Evidence from the Eastern Partnership countries

Angel Luis Torres (UAB)
16th of January, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
13/01/2020/by grdec

Asking about welfare priorities: attitudinal constraint in social policy preferences

Macarena Ares (Universitat de Zurich)
28th of Novembre, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
25/11/2019/by grdec

Habits, Mental Health and Voting: Citizens with Poor Mental Health Rely Less on Predispositions to Make their Voting Decisions

Luca Bernardi (ULIV- The University of Liverpool)
7th of Novembre, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
04/11/2019/by grdec

Revisiting the Linz-Moreno question. Identities, causal antecedents and support for secession

Marc Guinjoan (UAB)
8th of July, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
04/07/2019/by grdec

When Growth is Not Enough: Issue Positions, Inequality, and Economic Accountability

Timothy Hellwig (Indiana University – Bloomington)
27th of June, 13:00h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB.
19/06/2019/by grdec

The big five in the big four: Personality traits among politicians and supporters of the largest four Spanish parties

Carol Galais (UAB)- paper co-authored with Xavier Coller and Elena…
17/06/2019/by grdec

Do you have what it takes? Quasi-experimental evidence on the effect of gender and age on bargaining over government formation

Albert Falcó (UB)

4th of June, 13:00h, Sala de Juntes de…
31/05/2019/by grdec

Too Crooked to be Good: Tradeoffs and the Punishment of Malfeasance

Sofia Breitenstein (UAB) - paper co-authored with Enrique Hernández…
16/05/2019/by grdec

The Role of the Economic Conditions in Second-Order Elections

Agustí Bosch (UAB)

29th of April, 11:00h, Sala de Juntes de…
24/04/2019/by grdec

Holding Governments Accountable for Pension Reform? Testing the Moderating Effects of New Social Risks

Dani Marinova (UAB)
5th of April, 12:30h
Sala de Juntes de la Facultat de Ciències Polítiques i Sociologia de la UAB
02/04/2019/by grdec

Nobody seems to be fully representing me: belief unconstraint and its effects on the political system”

Berta Barbet (UAB)

13th de February, 13:00h, Sala Annexa…
22/02/2019/by grdec