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The Seminar sessions will take place at the Getafe Campus of the Carlos III University of Madrid except for those indicated online. All seminars are at 12:30 p.m. in Building 17 (room 17.2.75) except when alternative time and place are indicated.

February 16
Juan J. Fernández, Ilona Lahdelma y Sebastián Lavezzolo
“Education and attitudes towards Europe: Correcting for social desirability bias”
March 1
Harris Mylonas
“Comparing Theories and Causal Identification Practices: Valuating Methods and Evidence in Political Science”
April 19
Fernando Mello
“Polarization and Perceptions of Status Gain and Loss: The Case of Brazil”
May 10
Gabriel Negretto
“Constitutional Renewals: The Lineage of Democratizing Constitutions”
September 15
Amuitz Garmendia Madariaga
“Territorial Affective Polarization: Concept, Prevalence, and Impact”
September 29
Sergio Galaz Garcia
“Historical event's impact on the frequency of political discussion: how much and how equal?”
October 6
Riccardo di Leo
“The Roots of Democratic Attitudes: The Effects of Historical State Legitimacy”
October 20
Paul Atwell
“Social identity and implicit motives in clientelist democracies: Evidence from Ghana”
November 3
Fran Villamil
"Understanding enduring polarization: Memories of war and media exposure in Spain"
November 11
Francisco Cantú (University of Houston)
"Cleaning Votes: Estimating Electoral Results in Fraudulent Contexts"
November 18
Patrick Kraft (IC3JM)
"We Need to Talk: Correcting Misinformation through Political Discussions"
December 13
Matti Sarvimäki (Aalto University) & Ilona Lahdelma (IC3JM)
"Forced displacement shapes personality traits across generations"
January 27
Paolo Gerbaudo (King’s College)
“Video-sharing social networks as plebeian spaces of youth communication and participation”
February 10
Hadas Mandel (Tel-Aviv University)
“The Opposing Effects of Structural versus Individual Processes on Gender Inequality, 1980 – 2017”
February 17
Kasia Nalewajko (IC3JM)
“What is a Pogrom, Anyway?”
February 24
Verena Fetscher (University of Hamburg)
“Income, Perceptions of Inequality and Support for Redistribution: An Information Provision Experiment in the UK”
March 2
Riccardo di Leo (IC3JM)
“Berlinguer, I Love You (Still): the Downstream Effects of Expressive Voting”
March 31
Nelson Ruiz (University of Essex)
“Mind and machine: rooting out corrupt politicians”
April 21
William Foley (IC3JM)
“The effects of parental discipline and support on effort”
June 2
Pau Vall-Prat (IC3JM)
“Bank Failures and Elite’s Democratic Consent”