Artículos publicados por nuestros miembros desde 2022

Akaliyski, Plamen. Distinct Conceptions of Freedom in East Asia and the Protestant-West Underpin Unique Pathways to Modernity. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. En prensa.

Akalyski, Plamen, Jianghong Li, Jan Paul Heisig, Simon Löbl y Michael Minkov. Flexible Societies Excel in Saving Lives in the First Stage of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology. Primero online.

Akaliyski, Plamen, Michael Minkov, Jianghong Li, Michael Harris Bond, y Stefan Gehrig. The Weight of Culture: Societal Individualism and Flexibility Explain Large Global Variations in Obesity. Social Science & Medicine. Primero online.

Akaliyski, Plamen, Michael Minkov, Anneli Kaasa y Michael Schachner. ‘Harsh’ Culture, Alcoholism, Climate, and Social Hardship Explain National Differences in Suicide Rates. Comparative Sociology. 21(1), 43-63.

Akaliyski, Plamen, Christian Welzel y Josef Hien. A Community of Shared Values? Dimensions and Dynamics of Cultural Integration in the European Union. Journal of European Integration. 44(4), 569-590.

Chauchard, Simon. “The Ethnic Origins of Affective Polarization: Statistical Evidence from Cross-National Data”. Con Max Bradley. Frontiers in Political Science

Chauchard, Simon. “What Actually Circulates on Partisan WhatsApp Threads in India? Insights from an Unusual Dataset.” Con Kiran Garimella. Journal of Quantitative Description: Social Media.

Chauchard, Simon. “Rethinking India and the Study of Electoral Politics in the Developing World”. Con Adam Auerbach, Jennifer Bussell Francesca Jensenius, Gareth Nellis, Mark Schneider, Neelanjan Sircar, Pavithra Suryanarayan, Tariq Thachil, Milan Vaishnav, Rahul Verma y Adam Ziegfeld. Perspectives in Politics.

Claveria, Sílvia y Margarita Torre. “La juventud 10 años después del 15M” en el Informe sobre la Democracia en España 2021. Fundación Alternativas (ISBN: 978-84-18677-6-1).

Di Leo, Riccardo, Vicenzo Bove y Marco Giani. Military culture and Institutional Trust: Evidence from Conscription Reforms in Europe. American Journal of Political Science.

Domènech, Jordi, Sergi Basco y Joan R. Rosés. “Pandemics, Economics, and Inequality. Lessons from the Spanish Flu”. Palgrave Studies in Economic History, Palgrave-MacMillan.

Domènech, Jordi e Ignacio Sánchez-Cuenca. “The Long Shadow of Agrarian Conflict: Land Inequality and Voting in Spain”. British Journal of Political Science, 52, 4, pp. 1668-1688.

Fernández, Juan J. y Gonzales, Sara. En prensa. “Socio-Economic Gaps in Workers’ Participation in Private Pension Programmes in Ten European Countries”, Journal of Social Policy.

Fernández, Juan J., Gema García Albacete, Antonio Jaime-Castillo y Jonas Radl. En prensa. “Priming or Learning? The Influence of Pension Policy Information on Individual Preferences in Germany, Spain and the United States”, Journal of European Social Policy.

Fernández, Juan J. y Jonas Radl. “Pension Policy Literacy and Retirement Expectations: A Cross-Country Survey Experiment”, Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 77, 739-749.

Fishman, Robert M. “Regime Transitions as Critical Junctures: Cultural Legacies of Democratization in Spain and Portugal”, pp. 265-287 en David Collier y Gerardo L. Munck (eds.), Critical Junctures and Historical Legacies: Insights and Methods for Comparative Social Science. Rowman and Littlefield: Lanham, MD.

Fishman, Robert M. “From Problematic Laggard to Star of the South? The Comparative Significance of the Portuguese Case”. pp. 3 – 17 en Jorge Fernandes, Pedro Magalhaes y António Costa Pinto (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Portuguese Politics. Oxford University Press.

Fishman, Robert M. 2023. Prática Democrática e Inclusão Política: Origens da Clivagem Ibérica. Tinta da China: Lisboa.

García Albacete, Gema. “How long does it take to admit that you do not know? Gender differences in response time to political knowledge questions”. Con Mónica Ferrín e Irene Sánchez-Vítores. Research & Politics. doi:10.1177/20531680221117454

Garcia Albacete, Gema. Content Analysis in the Research Field of Social Movements Communication. En F. Oehmer, S. H. Kessler, E. Humprecht, K. Sommer, y L. Castro Herrero (eds.). Handbook of Standardized Content Analysis: Applied Designs to Research Fields of Communication Science. Wiesbaden: Springer.

García Albacete, Gema. Brecha de género en la implicación política: ¿cuestión de niveles o tipos? En Alba Alonso y Marta Lois (eds.), Género y política. Nuevas líneas de análisis ante la cuarta ola feminista, Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch (con Mónica Ferrín)

Garmendia, Amuitz y Pedro Riera. “Building Blocks: Online Political Promiscuity in Times of Polarization in Spain”. Con Javier Lorenzo. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas (REIS) 178, 61-79; DOI:

Garmendia, Amuitz y Pedro Riera. “Territorial Polarisation after Radical Parties’ Breakthrough in Spain.” South European Society and Politics, 1-23;

Garmendia, Amuitz. “Informe sobre la Democracia en España 2021”. Con Alberto Penadés, editores. Fundación Alternativas (ISBN: 978-84-18677-6-1).

Jurado, Ignacio. “Economic Perceptions and Attitudes Towards the European Union: A Survey Experiment.” European Union Politics doi: 14651165221107100.

Jurado, Ignacio. “Daring to fail: Input‐oriented Voting Under Supranational Policy Constraints”. Con Nikitas Konstatinidis y Elias Dinas. European Journal of Political Research.

Jurado, Ignacio y Sandra León. “Brexit Dilemmas: Shaping Postwithdrawal Relations with a Leaving State”. Con Stefanie Walter. International Organization 76.2: 273-304.

Jurado, Ignacio y Sandra León. “Alternativas institucionales al encaje de Cataluña en España.” Informe sobre la Democracia 2021. Fundación Alternativas.

Kraft, Patrick W. y Kathleen Dolan. “Asking the Right Questions: A Framework for Developing Gender-Balanced Political Knowledge Batteries”. En prensa, Political Research Quarterly.

Kraft, Patrick W. y Kathleen Dolan. “Glass Half-Full or Half Empty: Does Optimism about Women’s Representation in Elected Office Matter?” En prensa, Journal of Women, Politics & Policy.

Kraft, Patrick W. “Women Also Know Stuff: Challenging the Gender Gap in Political Sophistication”. Condicionalmente aceptado, American Political Science Review.

Kraft, Patrick W. y Robert Klemmensen. “Lexical Ambiguity in Political Rhetoric: Why Morality Doesn’t Fit in a Bag of Words”. Condicionalmente aceptado, British Journal of Political Science.

Kraft, Patrick W., Nicholas R. Davis, Taraleigh Davis, Amanda Heideman, Jason T. Neumeyer y Shin Young Park. “Reliable Sources? Correcting Misinformation in Polarized Media Environments”, American Politics Research, 50(1): 17–29.

Kraft, Patrick W., Ellen M. Key y Matthew J. Lebo. “Hypothesis Testing with Error Correction Models”, Political Science Research and Methods, 10: 870-878

Lahdelma, Ilona. “Do Local Economic Benefits of Asylum Seekers Lead to More Support for Local Refugee Intake?” En prensa. The Journal of Politics.

León, Sandra. “Right-wing Populism and Territorial Party Competition: The Case of the Alternative for Germany”. Con Matthias Scantamburlo. Party Politics: 13540688221122336.

Mayoral, Juan Antonio.  “Sovereignty, Substance, and Public Support for European Courts’ Human Rights Rulings”. Con M. Madsen, A. Strezhnev y Voeten. American Political Science Review, 116(2), 419-438. doi:10.1017/S0003055421001143

Mayoral, Juan Antonio. “Unleashed dialogue or captured by politics? The impact of judicial independence on national higher courts’ cooperation with the CJEU”. Con Wind, M. Journal of European Public Policy, 29:9, 1433-1453, DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2021.1974925

Mayoral, Juan Antonio. Co-editor con Shai Dothan y Matthias Smed Larsen del Special Issue (2022) EU Law & Politics. Retskraft – Copenhagen Journal of Legal Studies. 6(1).

Mayoral, Juan Antonio. “In the CJEU Judges Trust: A New Approach in the Judicial Construction of Europe”. En The Making of iCourts: New Interdisciplinary Legal Research. Henrik Palmer Olsen y Henrik Stampe Lund (eds.) 377-406.

Mayoral, Juan Antonio. “Statistics as if Legality Mattered: The Two-Front Politics of Empirical Legal Studies”. Con Tommaso Pavone. En The Politics of European Legal Research: Behind the Method. Marija Bartl y Jessica Lawrence (eds.) Edward Elgar Publishing.

Polavieja, Javier G. “Cuando los PIGS van al mercado”. Agenda Pública, El País.

Polavieja, Javier G. “Cuidado con el Gap: Nuevas datos experimentales sobre la discriminación de género ofrecen pruebas contrarias a la intuición”. Piedras de Papel,,

Polavieja, Javier G. “The Boundary Within: Are Applicants of Southern European Descent Discriminated Against in Northern European Job Markets?”. Con Fischer-Souan, Maricia. Socio-Economic Review, mwac047,

Radl, Jonas y Javier G. Polavieja, “Gender discrimination in hiring. Evidence from a cross-national harmonized field experiment”. Con Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund, Bram Lancee, Edvard Nergård Larsen y Ruta Yemane. European Sociological Review, 38(3), 337-354. doi: 10.1093/esr/jcab043.

Radl, Jonas y Juan J. Fernández “Pension Policy Literacy and Retirement Expectations. A Cross-country Survey Experiment”. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 77(4), 739-749.

Radl, Jonas y Javier G. Polavieja, “Which Integration Policies Work? The Heterogeneous Impact of National Institutions on Immigrants’ Labor Market Attainment in Europe” con Lucinda Platt. International Migration Review, 556(2), 343-375.

Radl, Jonas, Juan J. Fernández y Gema García Albacete. “Priming or Learning? The Influence of Pension Policy Information on Individual Preferences in Germany, Spain and the United States”. Journal of European Social Policy.

Riera, Pedro. “Electoral systems and ideological voting”. Con Francisco Cantú. European Political Science Review, 1-19, 1–19 doi:10.1017/S1755773922000248

Riera, Pedro. “The Strategic Determinants of Legislative Malapportionment in New Democracies”. Con Ignacio Lago. Electoral Studies 81, 1-9 (Febrero 2023).

Riera, Pedro. “Cordon Sanitaires or Tainted Coalitions? The Electoral Consequences of Populist Participation in Government”. Con Marco Pastor. Party Politics 28:5, 889-902 .

Sojka, Aleksandra, Stefan Wallaschek, Kavyanjali Kaushik, Monika Verbalyte, Giuliana Sorci, Hans-Jörg Trenz, y Monika Eigmüller. Same Same but Different? Gender Politics and (Trans-)National Value Contestation in Europe on Twitter, Politics and Governance, 10(1), 146-160. (Incluido en JCR, Political Science Q3, 5-year Impact Factor 2.411)

Torre, Margarita.Mind the Gender Gap: Covid-19 lockdown effects on gender differences in preprint submissions”. Con Iñaki Ucar y Antonio Elias. PLOS ONE 17(3): e0264265.

Travieso, Emiliano. En prensa. “Soils, Scale, or Elites? Biological Innovation in Uruguayan Cattle Farming, 1880-1913”, Economic History Review, publicado primero online [].

Travieso, Emiliano. “Resources, Environment and Rural Development in Uruguay, 1779-1913”, Journal of Economic History, 82, no. 2, 587-591. [resumen de tesis]

Travieso, Emiliano y Michiel de Haas. “Cash-Crop Migration Systems in East and West Africa: Rise, Endurance, Decline”. En M. de Haas y E. Frankema (eds.) Migration in Africa. Shifting Patterns of Mobility from the 19th to the 21st Century, London: Routledge, 231-255.

Vall-Prat, Pau. “Economic Shocks, Mobilization, and Regional Elite Splits” Comparative Political Studies, 56 (2), 193-227;

Villamil, Francisco. “Violence, Co-optation, and Postwar Voting in Guatemala.” Conflict Management and Peace Science, 39(6): 731-754.

Villamil, Francisco. “Descomponiendo a la derecha radical europea: el perfil de sus votantes”. Con José Rama y Stuart J. Turnbull-Dugarte. En En los márgenes de la democracia liberal: Populismo, nacionalismo y radicalismo ideológico en Europa, editado por Ángel Valencia y Belén Fernández-García. Granada: Comares, 239-258.