Actividades

25/5/2018
Carles Boix / Princeton University
Democratic Capitalism at a Crossroads? Technological Change and the Breakdown of Consensus Politics
18/5/2018
Covadonga Meseguer / LSE and Santander professor at UC3M
Return Migration and Democratization
11/5/2018
Luz Marina Arias / CIDE
Challengers and Collaborators: Barriers to State-Building in Colombia
4/5/2018
Kenneth Roberts / Cornell University
Varieties of Capitalism and Subtypes of Populism: Structural Foundations of Political Divergence in Europe and Latin America .
20/4/2018
Abbey Steele / University of Amsterdam
Challengers and Collaborators: Barriers to State-Building in Colombia
13/4/2018
Daniel Oesch / University of Lausanne
Job Polarization and Middle Class Erosion in Europe
23/3/2018
Adria Lawrence / Johns Hopkins University
Colonial State-Building Projects in French Algeria
16/3/2018
Dingxin Zhao / University of Chicago
Temporality, Structure and Wisdom: The Essence of Historical Sociology
9/3/2018
Jane Gingrich / Oxford University
Changing Labor Markets, Changing Voters?
15/12/2017
Leonid Peisakhin / New York University, Abu Dhabi
Building Cooperation Among Groups in Conflict: An Experiment on Intersectarian Cooperation in Lebanon
17/11/2017
Pablo Beramendi / Duke University
Long-run Fiscal Development and the Politics of Inequality
10/11/2017
Mike Hout / New York University
Meteor or Volcano? We Should Have Predicted Populist Nationalism Before Trump Ran for President
27/10/2017
Jordi Muñoz / Universidad de Barcelona
Labor Unrest, Political Activation, and Female Participation upon Enfranchisement
20/10/2017
David Le Bris / Toulouse Business School
Family Characteristics and Economic Development
19/5/2017
Julia Cagé / Sciences Po, Paris
The Production of Information in an Online World: Is Copy Right?
12/5/2017
David Altman / Catholic University of Chile
Mechanisms of Direct Democracy: Feud of the Conservative Forces in Society or Liberalism at its Most?
5/5/2017
Matt Golder / Pennsylvania State University
It’s Not Only What You Say, but Also How You Say It: Campaign Sentiment in European Party Manifestos
21/4/2017
Delia Baldassarri / New York University
Interethnic Relationships in Contemporary Communities: How does Diversity Affect Solidarity and Cooperation?
31/3/2017
Laia Balcells / Duke University
The Political Consequences of Terrorism: A Quasi-Experimental Approach
10/3/2017
Sofía Pérez / Boston University
The Political Economy of Austerity: Outcomes and their Implications in Southern Europe
3/3/2017
Roberto Gargarella / UBA/Di Tella, Buenos Aires
The New Constitutionalism in Latin America. Reflections from Constitutional Theory
16/12/2016
Ruth Milkman / CUNY
US Labor and the Great Recession
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Ian Shapiro / Yale University
Business and the South African Transition
25/11/2016
Pedro Magalhaes / University of Lisbon
Procedural Fairness and the Economic Vote
18/11/2016
Hye-Young You / Vanderbilt University
Targeted Transfers and Local Public Goods Provisions: Evidence from the Shale Gas Boom in the US
11/11/2016
Luis de la Calle CIDE
The Legacy of War Dynamics on State Capacity Building: Evidence from 19th Century Mexico. Joint Seminar with Economic History
4/11/2016
María Sobolewska / University of Manchester
Reputational Benefits for Political Parties from Ethnic and Gender Diversity. Evidence from Survey Experiments in the UK. Joint Seminar with the CALMA Project
28/11/2016
Gustavo Torrens / Indiana University
Stirring Up a Hornets’ Nest: Geographic Distribution of Crime
14/10/2016
Peter Foldvari / University of Utrecht
The Geographical and Institutional Determinants of the Location of Christian Missions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Joint Seminar with Economic History
30/5/2016
Alexander Lee / University of Rochester
Parties, Legislatures, and Anti-Incumbency: Theory and Evidence from India
27/5/2016
Jonathan Woon / University of Pittsburgh
Primaries, Strategic Voting, and Candidate Polarization
13/5/2016
Jens Rydgren / Stockholm University
Beliefs about the Past and Trust: Evidence from Northern Iraq
6/5/2016
Lucinda Platt / London School of Economics
Labour Market Entries and Exits of Women from Different Origin Countries in the UK
22/4/2016
Benjamin Barber / Instituto de Empresa, Madrid
Ideas and Combat Motivation: Propaganda & German Soldiers’ Performance in World War II
15/4/2016
María Petrova / Barcelona Institute for Political Economy and Governance
Social Media and Protest Participation: Evidence from Russia
8/4/2016
Daniel Oesch / Université de Lausanne
Germany's Working Class Left Behind: the Growing Class Gap in Life Satisfaction Since the 1990s
31/3/2016 - 11:00h
María Angélica Bautista / Brown University
Political Effects of State-led Repression: The Chilean Case
29/3/2016 - 11:30
James A. Robinson / University of Chicago
The Evolution of Culture and Institutions: Evidence from the Kuba Kingdom
11/12/2015
Özge Kemahlioglu / Sabanic University, Istanbul
Terrorism and Accountability: The Mitigating Role of Local Politics
4/12/2015
Daniel Kselman / Instituto de Empresa, Madrid
Median Activists or Median Voters: The Contingent Effects of Primary Elections
27/11/2015
Ryan Griffiths / University of Sydney
Does Violent Secessionism Work?
6/11/2015
Bram Lancee / Utrecht University
Ethnic Inequality in the Labour Market. The Transferability of Skills and Degrees
30/10/2015
Mark Manger / University of Toronto
The Political Economy of Persistent Current Account Imbalances
23/10/2015
Cyrus Samii / New York University
Social Incentives and Insurgent Organization: Evidence from Nepal’s Maoists
16/10/2015
Andy Baker / University of Colorado, Boulder
The Dynamics of Partisan Identification when Party Brands Change: The Case of the Workers Party in Brazil
9/10/2015
José Antonio Cheibub / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Are Personalist Electoral Systems Compatible with Strong Political Parties? Evidence from Brazil
2/10/2015
Joaquín Artés / Universidad Complutense de Madrid
The Effect of Corruption on Local Finances
2/6/2015
Alexander Lee / University of Rochester
Medieval State Building and Contemporary European Development
29/5/2015
David Lake / University of California, San Diego
The Statebuilder’s Dilemma: Legitimacy, Loyalty, and the Limits of External Intervention
22/5/2015
Hadas Mandel / Tel-Aviv University
The ‘Declining Significance of Gender’ Reexamined: Individual and Structural Mechanisms of Gender Discrimination
15/5/2015
Arne Kalleberg / The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Perils of Precarity: The Impacts of Precarious Work on Individuals and Families in Comparative Perspective
8/5/2015
Dylan Riley / University of California, Berkeley
The Social Foundations of Positivism: The Case of Late Nineteenth Century Italy
24/4/2015
Laura Chaqués / Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals -IBEI
Explaining Issue Attention in the Parliamentarian Arena
17/4/2015
Jeffrey Timmons / Instituto de Empresa, Madrid
Lobbying When Earmarks are Limited
10/4/2015
Thomas Plümper / University of Essex
Robustness Tests and Causal Inference with Observational Data
27/3/2015
Catherine De Vries / Oxford University
Why Do Voters Re-Elect Corrupt Politicians? Evidence from the Laboratory
20/3/2015
Ben Ansell / Oxford University
Inequality and Democratization: An Elite Competition Approach
13/3/2015
Ian Shapiro / Yale University
Resisting domination across borders
5/12/2014
Mario Diani / University of Trento
Modes of Coordination of Collective Action in Urban Settings: A Network Perspective
28/11/2014
Jan Teorell / University of Lund
Measuring Electoral Democracy with V-Dem Data: Introducing a New Polyarchy Index
14/11/2015
Kenneth Greene / University of Texas at Austin
Why Vote Buying Fails
7/11/2014
José Noguera / Autonomous University of Barcelona
Flags of our Neighbours: Social Influence in the Expression of Secessionist Political Preferences in Barcelona
31/10/2014
Olivier Godechot / Max-Po
Financialization and Global Inequalities
24/10/2014
Gustavo Flores-Macías / Cornell University
Militarization of Anti-Drug Efforts and State Capacity in Latin America: Evidence from Mexico
10/10/2014
Milan Svolik / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Deliver the Vote! Micromotives and Macrobehaviour in Electoral Fraud
3/10/2014
Alex Cukierman / Tel-Aviv University
US Banks’ Behavior since Lehman’s Collapse, Bailout Uncertainty and the Timing of Exit Strategies
6/6/2014
Ellen Lust / Yale University
Parties, Polarization and Political Transition: Theoretical Lessons from Egypt, Libya and Tunisia
3/6/2014
Carol Greenhouse / Princeton University
'Citizens United', citizens divided: Ethnographic reflections on law's power
30/5/2014
Dawn Brancati / Washington University – St. Louis
Democracy by the People: The Impact of Pro-Democracy Protests on Regime Transitions
23/5/2014
Mark Kayser / Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
Double Jeopardy for the Left? The Partisan Asymmetry of Electoral Accountability
16/5/2014
Hans-Joachim / Voth ICREA –Universidad Pompeu Fabra
Highway to Hitler
9/5/2014
Burcu Savun / University of Pittsburgh
Foreign Aid as a Counterterrorism Tool: Can Democracy Aid Reduce Terrorism?
29/4/2014
Bernard Grofman / University of California, Irvine
Effects of Electoral Rules: Evidence from Singapore, Africa, and the Middle East
11/4/2014
Jens Beckert / Max Planck Institute
Fictional Expectations and Capitalist Dynamics
4/4/2014
Robert Fishman / University of Notre Dame
Rethinking Dimensions of Democracy for Empirical Analysis: Authenticity, Quality, Depth and Consolidation
28/3/2014
Bruce Carruthers / Northwestern University
Credit Ratings, Quantification, and Modern Economic Governance
21/3/2014
Jason Wittenberg / University of California, Berkeley
Why do Pogroms Occur in Some Localities and Not Others? Evidence from Poland
7/3/2014
José Fernánez-Albertos / CSIC
Preferences for Regional Resdistribution in Multi-Tiered Politics: The Role of Information and Survey Evidence
22/11/2013
Shanker Satyanath / New York University
Bowling for Fascism: Social Capital and the Rise of the Nazi Party in Weimar Germany
15/11/2013
Kenneth Shepsle / Harvard University
Endogenous Assembly Rules, Senior Agenda Power, and Incumbency Advantage
8/11/2013
Janne Jonsson / Nuffield College, Oxford
Understanding Income Mobility: The Role of Education for Intergenerational Income Persistence in the US, UK, and Sweden
25/10/2013
Michael Lewis-Beck / University of Iowa
Economics, Crisis, and The Spanish Voter
18/10/2013
Aina Gallego / CSIC
Issue-bundling: An Experimental Approach
14/10/2013 - 13:30h
Christian Joppke / University of Bern
Islam and Legislating Morality
4/10/2013
Orestis Troumpounis / Lancaster University
Electoral Rule Disproportionality and Platform Polarization
31/5/2013
Daniel Gingerich / University of Virginia
Can Institutions Cure Clientelism? Assessing the Impact of the Australia Ballot in Brazil
24/5/2013
Timur Kuran / Duke University
Institutional Roots of Authoritarianism in the Middle East: Political Legacies of the Waqf
17/5/2013
Dan Slater / University of Chicago
The Strength to Concede: Ruling Parties and Democratization in Developmental Asia
10/5/2013
Thomas König / University of Mannheim
Reforming the Euro. A Synthetic Control Analysis of the Stability and Growth Pact and its Implications for Public Debt in the Eurozone
26/4/2013
Scott Gehlbach / University of Wisconsin- Madison
Does Reform Prevent Rebellion? Evidence from Russia’s Emancipation of the Serfs
19/4/2013
Guillem Rico / Autonomous University of Barcelona
Voters’ Personality and the Appeal of Charismatic Leadership under Crisis: A Case Study of a Local Election
12/4/2013
Steffen Ganghof / University of Potsdam
Visions of Democracy: Tradeoffs and Equilibria
15/3/2013
Ethan Bueno de Mesquita / University of Chicago
Multitask, Accountability, and Institutional Design
8/3/2013
Hanspeter Kriesi / European University Institute
Political Consequences of the Great Recession
1/3/2013
Ivan Krastev / Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia
In Mistrust We Trust: Can Democracy Survive When We Do Not Trust Our Leaders and Institutions?
27/2/2013 - 16:45h
Jeffrey Alexander / Yale University
The Societalization of Social Problems: A Civil Sphere Approach to Financial Crisis, Church Pedophilia, and Media Phone Hacking
22/2/2013
Jonathan Rodden / Stanford University
The Long Shadow of the Industrial Revolution: Political Geography and the Representation of the Left
18/2/2013
Mauro Guillén / The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Democracy, Coercion, and Imitation: the Spread of Shareholder Capitalism, 1970-2011
15/2/2013
Moshe Semyonov / University of Tel-Aviv
Where Wealth Matters More for Health
21/12/2012
James Vreeland / Georgetown University
The Political Economy of the United Nations Security Council
14/12/2012
Mario Chacón / New York University
Votes and Violence: The Unintended Consequences of Decentralization in Colombia
30/11/2012
Julio Ríos / CIDE
Judges, Generals, and Democracy in Latin America. Institutional Design and Constitutional Jurisprudence on Military Justice
16/11/2012
Katherine Stovel / University of Washington, Seattle
The Broker's Dilemma
25/10/2012
Bo Rothstein / University of Gothenburg
The Roots of Corruption: Mass Education, State Formation, and Inequality
19/10/2012
Scott Gates / PRIO
Why Waves? Global Patterns of Democratization, 1820-2008
5/10/2012
Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro / Brown University
Performance and Partisanship: Survey Experimental Evidence from Latin America
6/6/2012
Desmond King / Nuffield College, Oxford
Racial Policy Alliances and Partisan Polarization: A Synthetic Analysis
1/6/2012
Ivan Ermakoff / University of Wisconsin-Madison
Police and State Persecution
25/5/2012
Emerson Niou / Duke University
External Threat and Internal Strife: A Model of Alliances Politics
16/5/2012
Edgar Kiser / University of Washington, Seattle
What's Wrong with Italian Taxation?
11/5/2012
Javier Auyero University of Texas at Austin
Violence and the State at the Urban Margins
4/5/2012
Erica Chenoweth Wesleyan University
The Electoral Determinants of Counterterrorism
20/4/2012
Yotam Margalit / Columbia University
Sharing the Pain: Values, Self-Interest, and the Mass Politics of Financial Bailouts
16/4/2012
Rogers Brubaker / University of California, Los Angeles
Language, Religion, and the Political Accommodation of Cultural Heterogeneity
13/4/2012
Rosemary Taylor / Tufts University
Securing Borders against Disease: a Comparative Analysis
30/3/2012
Marc Stears / University College, Oxford
A Democratic Future for the Left? Reflections on the British Labour Party since Defeat
23/3/2012
Lisa Blaydes / Stanford University
The Feudal Revolution and Europe's Rise: Political Divergence of the Christian and Muslim Worlds before 1500 CE
9/3/2012
Antonio Jaime-Castillo / Universidad de Granada
Inequality of Opportunities and Preferences for Social Policies
2/3/2012
Jacint Jordana / Universidad Pompeu Fabra
Political Institutions and the Avoidance of Banking Crisis
16/12/2011
Deborah Boucoyannis / University of Virginia
War: The Tyranny of a Concept
9/12/2011
Daniel Posner / MIT
Education for All? The Political Economy of Primary Education in Kenya
2/12/2011
Javier Arregui Pompeu Fabra / University, Barcelona
Who Succeed in the Negotiation Process of the EU Council of Ministers and Why?
25/11/2011
Javier Polavieja / IMDEA
Immigration and the Economic Impact of Culture: Introducing a New Method to Estimate Exogenous Cultural Effects
18/11/2011
Enriqueta Aragonés / IAE, CSIC
Campaigning for Electoral Salience
4/11/2011
Kristian Gleditsch / University of Essex
Explaining External Support for Insurgent Groups
28/11/2011
Raymond Duch / Nuffield College, Oxford
Experimental Investigations of Responsibility Attribution for Collective Decision Making in Coalition Government
7/10/2011
Ted Gerber / University of Wisconsin-Madison
Estonia, Russia, and Estonia’s Russians: Young People on Citizenship, Identity, and History
30/9/2011
Jason Beckfield / Harvard University
Regional Integration and the Convergence of European Welfare States
23/9/2011
Elisabeth Wood / Yale University
Sexual Violence during War: Explaining Variation
10/6/2011
Karen Jusko / Stanford University
Partisan Representation of the Poor: Electoral Geography, Strategic Mobilization, and Implications for Voter Turnout
3/6/2011
Frank van Tubergen / Utrecht University
Determinants of Inequality in Social Capital in the Netherlands: An Analysis of the Position Generator
27/5/2011
Navin Bapat / University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Terrorism, Democratization, and U.S. Foreign Policy
20/5/2011
Juan Diez Medrano / IBEI
Uninformed Citizens and Support for Free Trade
13/5/2011
Steven Pfaff / University of Washington
Social Order and the Genesis of Rebellion: Explaining Mutiny in the Royal Navy during the Age of Sail
6/5/2011
Silja Haeusermann / University of Zurich
Dualization and insider-outsider politics in post-industrial European societies
29/4/2011
Anna Grzymala-Busse / University of Michigan
Why there is no Christian Democracy in Post-Communist Europe
11/4/2011
Pablo Beramendi / Oxford University
Tax Structures and Economic Inequality
6/4/2011
Arend Lijphart / University of California, San Diego
Patterns of Democracy, 1945-2010
1/4/2011
Susan Stokes / Yale University
Electoral Clientlism: How does it Work and What Makes it Dissapear?
25/3/2011
Eva Anduiza / Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
Turning a Blind Eye? Partisanship and Attitudes Towards Corruption: an Experimental Approach
18/3/2011
Jason Lyall / Yale University
Dynamic Deterrence in Civil War: Evidence from (Simulated) Airstrikes in Afghanistan
11/3/2011
Willem Saris / Universidad Pompeu Fabra
Correction for Measurement Error is Necessary in Survey Research
14/2/2011
Brian Burgoon / University of Amsterdam
Conditional Effects of Immigration on Support for Government Redistribution
3/12/2010
Xavier Collier / Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla
Social and Institutional Factors in Parliamentary Conflict. The Case of Spain’s Autonomous Communities (1980-2005)
26/11/2010
Ignacio Ortuño-Ortín / Carlos III University
Intergenerational social mobility in Spain since the late 19th century
12/11/2010
Francisco Herreros / IPP-CSIC
The State counts. State efficacy and the development of trust
5/11/2010
Tak Wing Chan / Oxford University
Intergenerational exchange in the UK
29/10/2010
Pedro Maglhaes / University of Lisbon
Synchronism in Electoral Cycles: How United are the United States of America?" (with Luis Aguiar-Conraria and Maria Joana Soares)
15/10/2010
Jennifer Ghandi / Emory University / CEACS
Institutional Fragmentation and Stability in Authoritarian Regimes” (with Pierre Landry)
8/10/2010
Casiano hacker-Cordón
Global justice and the Priority of Redressing Malfare
1/10/2010
Rafaela Dancygier / Princeton University
Identity, Institutions, and the Election of Muslim Candidates in England"
26/5/2010
Grigore Pop-Eleches / Princeton University
Political Crises, Foreign Policy Preferences and Partisan Ties: Evidence from Moldova's Twitter Revolution
21/5/2010
Guillermo Trejo / Duke University
Why the Threat of Regime Reversal Stimulates the Escalation of Protest into Rebellion: Insurgent Collective Action During Mexico's Transition to Democracy"
14/5/2010
Olga Salido / Complutense University, Madrid
Female employment and the economic cycle: the invisible string of inequality
30/4/2010
Joshua Tucker / New York University
Communism’s Shadow: Legacies, Values and Behaviour in Post-Communist Countries
23/4/2010
Humberto Llavador / Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
An Agenda-setting Model of Electoral Competition
16/4/2010
Nita Rudra / University of Pittsburgh
Globalization as Prison? Assessing the Inevitability of Social Welfare Reforms in Developing Countries
12/4/2010
John Roemer / Yale University
The Ethics of Intergenerational Resource ALlocation in a Warming Planet
9/4/2010
Nils Petter Gleditsch / International Peace Research Institute, Oslo
Climate change: the new security challenge?
6/4/2010
Michael Chwe / University of California, Los Angeles
Strategic Cluelesness: Privilege, Misunderstandig, and Presumption
18/3/2010
Athanassios Roussias / CEACS
Turnout Patterns in New Democracies
12/3/2010
Robert Fishman / Pompeu Fabra University and University of Notre Dame
Inequality and the Altruistic Life: A Study of the Priestly Vocation Rate
5/3/2010
Mariano Torcal / Pompeu Fabra University
Trust in the EU institutions: From Affective Heuristics to Rational Cueing
26/2/2010
Moshe Semyonov / Tel-Aviv University
Immigration, Ethnicity, and Residential Segregation in European Societies
5/2/2010
Marta Tienda / Princeton University
Natives' Opinions Toward Immigration in North Carolina
28/1/2010
Markus Prior / Princeton University
The Development of Political Interest: Explaining Individual Trajectories
18/12/2009
Harris Mylonas
The International Politics of Assimilation, Accommodation, and Exclusion
11/12/2009
Adam Przeworski / New York University
Force, Wealth, and Elections
4/12/2009
Rickard Sandell / Institute for Advanced Studies (IMDEA), Madrid
The Diffusion of Immigration: Explaining the Ethnic and Spatial Diffusion of Spanish Immigration 1997-2008
27/11/2009
Dulce Manzano / CEACS, Madrid
Dictatorial Institutions and Ideology in Democratization
20/10/2009
Mark Franklin / European University Institute, Firenze
Researching electoral change: how unfortunate circumstances derailed our theorizing on this topic
13/11/2009
Peter Schmidt / University of Giessen
Values of Muslims, Christians and Non-religious: A comparative analysis of Germany, France and Great Britain
6/11/2009
Nikitas Konstantinidis / Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI)
Military Conscription, Foreign Policy, and Income Inequality: the Missing Link
30/10/2009
Umut Aydin / Bogazici University
Capital Mobility and the Politics of Subsidies
23/10/2009
John Kelly / Birbeck College, University of London
General strikes in Western Europe 1980-2008
15/10/2009
Philipp Rehm / Oxford University
Social Policy, Risk and Inequality
9/10/2009
Jeff Goodwin / New York University
Why Terror?
2/10/2009
Joan Font / CSIC
Explanatory factors of the intensity of local participation: civil society, external support and ideology
29/5/2009
Louis-André Vallet / Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), París
The Democratisation of Education in France and its Apparent Paradox
22/5/2009
Bob Hancké / London School of Economics
Trade Unions, Central Banks, and Wage Shares
14/5/2009
Michael Biggs / Oxford University
Hunger strikes in the United Kingdom and the Irish Free State, 1909-1923
11/5/2009
Leire Salazar / UNED, Madrid
Educational assortative marriage and earnings inequality in the United States
29/4/2009
Jeffry Frieden / Harvard University
The Political Economy of Exchange Rates
24/4/2009
Pasi Moisio / National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health, Helsinki
The Intergenerational Transmission of Social Assistance in Finland
20/4/2009
Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur / Paris School of Economics
Before Doing Business : Insolvency law and practice in Europe, 1880-1913
3/4/2009
Florencia Torche / New York University
Is a College Degree Still the Real Equalizer? Intergenerational Mobility Across Levels of Schooling in the US
27/3/2009
Jeff Miley / Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, Madrid
Operationalizing and Reconstructing the Theory of Nationalism
20/3/2009
Orit Kedar / Massachussetts Institute of Technology
Coalition-Targeted Duvergerian Voting: How Expectations Affect Voter Choice under Proportional Representation
12/3/2009
David Rueda / University of Oxford
The Politics of Inequality: Voter Mobilization and Left Parties in Advanced Industrial States
6/3/2009
Lane Kenworthy / University of Arizona
Growth, Redistribution and Poverty
27/2/2009
Diego Puga / Instituto Madrileño de Estudios Avanzados, IMDEA
Ruggedness: The blessing of bad geography in Africa
24/2/2009
Andrew Richards / CEACS, Madrid
Political Regimes and the Trajectory of Labour Movements
20/2/2009
Reinhard Pollak / Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin
Equal opportunities through education? A comparative study of the effects of education on social mobility in Europe in the 20th century
13/2/2009
Andrea Brandolini / Labour Market and Income Dynamics Unit, Bank of Italy
Income Inequality in Rich Countries
6/2/2009
Yossi Shavit / Tel-Aviv University
Expansion and Inequality of Educational Opportunity: A Comparative Study
19/12/2008
Isabela Mares / Columbia University
Explaining changes and distributional implications of social policies around the world
12/12/2008
Laura Morales / University of Manchester
The role of social capital in migrants' engagement in local politics in European cities
5/12/2008
Miguel Caínzos / University of Santiago de Compostela
Class and political voice in Europe: modelling class inequalities in political participation
21/11/2008
Jennifer Gandhi / Emory Univrsity
Coordination among Opposition Parties in Authoritarian Elections
13/11/2008
Joseph Wright / Pennsylvania State University
Exit During Crisis: How Economic Openness and Crisis Interact to Affect Democratization
7/11/2008
Irena Kogan / University of Bamberg
Broadening theoretical perspective: The role of social resources and cultural capital in immigrant labour market inclusion. The case of immigrants from the former Soviet Union in Germany and Israel.
31/10/2008
Luis Fernando / Medina University of Virginia
The Political Economy of Electoral Participation
24/10/2008
Fabrizio Bernardi / CEACS, Madrid
Second chance, employment insecurity and inequality of educational opportunities: the transition to post-compulsory education in Spain
17/10/2008
Marco Albertini and Jonas Radl / CEACS, Madrid. European University Institute, Firenze
The intergenerational transmission of inequality through inter-vivos transfers
10/10/2008
Christopher Whelan / Economci and Social research Unit, Dublin
Europeanization of Inequality and European Reference Groups
3/10/2008
Georgia Kernell / Columbia University
Party Organization in a Comparative Perspective