Entries by Marta Vallvé

I want to believe: The relationship between conspiratorial beliefs and populist attitudes in Spain

New article by Marc Guinjoan and Carol Galais in Electoral Studies. While research on the relationship between conspiratorial beliefs and populist attitudes has expanded over the years, concerns about causality in said relationship have not been successfully addressed. This research uses a two-pronged methodology combining observational and experimental data to put to empirical test the […]

‘It’s a match!’: a discrete choice experiment on job attractiveness for public service jobs

New article by Guillem Ripoll, Xavier Ballart, Enrique Hernández and Wouter Vandenabeele in Public Management Review. What makes public service jobs attractive to citizens? We address this question by studying several attributes simultaneously, categorizing the signals sent by each attribute as instrumental or symbolic, and clarifying the role of PSM. Using a conjoint experiment on […]

Survey Data and Methods for the Study of Political Participation

New chapter by Eva Anduiza and Raül Tormos in Oxford Handbook of Political Participation, Oxford: Oxford University Press. The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation provides the first comprehensive, up-to-date treatment of political participation in all its varied forms, investigates a wide range of topics in the field from both a theoretical and methodological perspective, and covers […]


April 19, 2023 13:00 Bruno Castanho Silva (University of Cologne) Discussant: TBA UAB – Sala de Juntes