Internal seminars are one of the basic pillars of the research activity developed by the IC3JM fellows. They are usually interspersed with the Permanent Seminars, and they are open to all fellows (both members and visiting) of the Institute.
Amuitz Garmendia Madariaga
“Territorial Affective Polarization: Concept, Prevalence, and Impact”
Sergio Galaz Garcia
“Historical event's impact on the frequency of political discussion: how much and how equal?”
Riccardo di Leo
“The Roots of Democratic Attitudes: The Effects of Historical State Legitimacy”
“Social identity and implicit motives in clientelist democracies: Evidence from Ghana”
"Understanding enduring polarization: Memories of war and media exposure in Spain"
Francisco Cantú (University of Houston)
"Cleaning Votes: Estimating Electoral Results in Fraudulent Contexts"
Patrick Kraft (IC3JM)
"We Need to Talk: Correcting Misinformation through Political Discussions"
Matti Sarvimäki (Aalto University) & Ilona Lahdelma (IC3JM)
"Forced displacement shapes personality traits across generations"
Paolo Gerbaudo (King’s College)
“Video-sharing social networks as plebeian spaces of youth communication and participation”
Hadas Mandel (Tel-Aviv University)
“The Opposing Effects of Structural versus Individual Processes on Gender Inequality, 1980 – 2017”
Kasia Nalewajko (IC3JM)
“What is a Pogrom, Anyway?”
Verena Fetscher (University of Hamburg)
“Income, Perceptions of Inequality and Support for Redistribution: An Information Provision Experiment in the UK”
Riccardo di Leo (IC3JM)
“Berlinguer, I Love You (Still): the Downstream Effects of Expressive Voting”
Nelson Ruiz (University of Essex)
“Mind and machine: rooting out corrupt politicians”
William Foley (IC3JM)
“The effects of parental discipline and support on effort”
Pau Vall-Prat (IC3JM)
“Bank Failures and Elite’s Democratic Consent”