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February 2019 - Archive

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Recent publication or forthcoming from IC3JM researchers

 

Escobar, Modesto and Pablo Cabrera-Álvarez. 2019. El efecto de la ponderación y la imputación en el sesgo de los estudios electorales en España. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas (165), 45-64.

Escobar, Modesto, Juan Carlos Revilla, and Marina Sánchez-Sierra. 2018. La influencia de la situación y el entrevistador en la expresión de la identidad personal. Revista Internacional de Sociología, 76(3), 1-14.

Fernández Juan J. and Monika Eigmüller. 2018. “Societal Education and the Education Divide in European Identity, 1992-2015”. European Sociological Review, 34, 612–628.

Fernández, Juan J. and Rubén Díez. 2018. “Cambio de valores y cultura cívica en España, 1981-2014”. In Blanco, Agustín Jesús (Ed.) Informe España 2018., pp. 3-58. Madrid: Fundación Encuentro.

Fisunoglu, Ali and Deniz S. Sert. (forthcoming). “Refugees and Elections: The Effects of Syrian Refugees on Voting Behavior in Turkey”. International Migration.

Fisunoglu, Ali. (forthcoming). “System Dynamics Modeling in International Relations”. All Azimuth: A Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace.

Fisunoglu, Ali. (forthcoming). “Conflict and Cooperation in the Northern Middle East from a Power Transition Theory Perspective.” in Jacek Kugler and Ronald L. Tammen (eds.), The Rise of Regions. Rowman & Littlefield.

Fisunoglu, Ali. (forthcoming). “The Costs of Syrian Civil War and Propositions for Syria’s Post-War Recovery”. Global Relations Forum Policy Paper Series.

Fishman, Robert, M. 2018. “What Made the Third Wave Possible? Historical Contingency and Meta-Politics in the Genesis of Worldwide Democratization”, Comparative Politics, Volume 50, N4: 607-626, July 2018.

Fishman, Robert. 2018. “What 25 April Was and Why it Mattered”, Portuguese Studies (Volume 34: 20-34, April 2018).

Fishman, Robert. (forthcoming). Democratic Practice: Origins of the Iberian Divide in Political Inclusion.

García Albacete, Gema, Mónica Ferrín, and Marta Fraile. 2018. “Is It Simply Gender? Content, Format and Time in Political Knowledge Measures”. Politics and Gender 14(2), p.162-185).

García Albacete, Gema, Javier Lorente, and Irene Martín. 2018, “¿Protesta en las urnas? El voto de los jóvenes españoles en las Elecciones Europeas (2009-2014)”. In Torcal, Mariano (Ed.) Opinión pública y cambio electoral en España. Claves ante el reto Europeo y la crisis política y económica. Madrid: CIS.

Garmendia, Amuitz, Sandra León, and Ignacio Jurado. (forthcoming). “Passing the Buck? Responsibility Attribution and Cognitive Bias in Multilevel Democracies”. West European Politics (published online)

Lavezzolo, Sebastián, Carlos Rodríguez-Lluesma, and Marta Elvira. (forthcoming), “National Culture and Financial Systems: The Conditioning Role of Political Context”. Journal of Business Research, 85: pp. 60-72.

Lavezzolo Sebastián and Luis Ramiro. (forthcoming). “Stealth Democracy and the Support for New and Challenger Parties”. European Political Science Review, pp. 1-23 (published online).

Orriols, Lluís and Mariano Torcal. 2018. “Deciding About the Unknown: The Effect of Party and Ideological Cues on Forming Opinions About the European Union. European Union Politics, 19 (3): 502-523.

Orriols, Lluís and Sandra León. 2018. “¿Por qué culpamos a Europa?” In: Torcal, M. (Ed.) Opinión Pública y cambio electoral en España. Claves ante el reto europeo y la crisis política y económica. Madrid: CIS. pp 93-106.

Orriols, Lluís and Mariano Torcal. 2018. “Formándose opiniones sobre Europa: El uso de ‘pistas partidistas e ideológicas’ y la competencia política en los votantes españoles”. In: Torcal, M. (Ed.) Opinión Pública y cambio electoral en España. Claves ante el reto europeo y la crisis política y económica. Madrid: CIS. pp 107-128

Özel, Isik D. and Asli Unan. (forthcoming) “Decoupling Trends: Drivers of Agency Independence in Telecommunications, An Analysis of High and Middle-Income Countries,” Regulation & Governance.

Özel, Işik D. 2018. “Market Integration and Transformation of Business Politics: Diverging Trajectories of Corporatisms in Mexico and Turkey”. Socio-Economic Review, published 06/29/2018.

Özel, Işik D. and Merve Sancak. 2018. “When Politics Gets in the Way: Domestic Coalitions and the Making of Skill Systems”. Review of International Political Economy, 5 (3): 340-363.

Radl, Jonas and Jelle Lössbroek. 2018. “Teaching Older Workers New Tricks. Workplace Practices and Gender Training Differences in Nine European Countries”, Ageing & Society, (published online).

Radl Jonas, Kène Henkens, Hendrik van Dalen, David Ekerdt, Douglas Hershey, Martin Hyde, Hanna van Solinge, Mo Wang, and Hannes Zacher. 2018. “What We Need to Know about Retirement: Pressing Issues for the Coming Decade”. The Gerontologist.

Radl, Jonas, Jan Paul Heisig, and Bram Lancee. 2018. “Ethnic Inequality in Retirement Income: A Comparative Analysis of Immigrant-Native Gaps in Western Europe”, Ageing & Society.

Radl, Jonas, Fernández-Reino, Mariña, and María Ramos 2018. “Employment Outcomes of Ethnic Minorities in Spain: Towards Increasing Economic Incorporation among Immigrants and the Second Generation?”, Social, Inclusion, 6(3): 48–63.

Radl, Jonas, Jelle Lössbroek, and Izabela Warwas. 2018. “Age Management: Workplace Practices Promoting Older Workers’ Employability”, GenderEWL Policy Document 1, Galway: NUI Galway.

Radl, Jonas. 2018. ¿A qué edad somos demasiado mayores para trabajar?, Piedras de Papel, 25 September 2018.

Riera, Pedro, Jorge Fernandes, and Francisco Cantú. 2019. “The Politics of Committee Chairs Assignment in Ireland and Spain”. Parliamentary Affairs 72(1): 182-201.

Riera, Pedro. 2018. “The Impossible Reform of the Electoral System in Spain.” In Marina Costa Lobo, ed., Sistema Eleitoral Português: Problemas e Soluções, Almedina.

Riera, Pedro (forthcoming). “Voting after the Change: A Natural Experiment on the Effect of Electoral Reform on Party System Fragmentation”. International Political Science Review.

Riera, Pedro and Francisco Cantú. 2018. “Determinants of Legislative Committee Membership in Proportional Representation Systems”. Party Politics 24(5): 524-535.

Riera, Pedro, Enrique García-Viñuela, and Ignacio Jurado. 2018. “The Determinants of Volatility in Party Preferences over a Campaign: Evidence from Three Spanish Elections”. Public Choice 175(1-2): 155-179.

Rooney, Bryan and Alexander, Dan. (forthcoming) “Vote-Buying by the United States in the United Nations”. International Studies Quarterly.

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. (forthcoming, May 2019). The Historical Roots of Political Violence. Revolutionary Terrorism in Affluent Countries. Cambridge University Press.

Torre, Margarita. (forthcoming) “Women in Blue: Structural and Individual Determinants of Sex Segregation in Blue- collar Occupations”. Gender & Society.

Torre, Margarita. 2018. “Stopgappers? The Occupational Trajectories of Men in Female-Dominated Occupations”. Work and Occupations 45(3): 283-312.

Torre Margarita, Juan J. Fernández, and Cristina Mora. 2018. “Different Contexts and Trends: Latina Immigrant Fertility in the US and Spain”. International Migration 56(5): 56-73.


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