The sessions of the Seminar will take place in the Getafe Campus of Carlos III University. All seminars are held on Fridays at 12.30 in Building 18 (room 18.1.A02) except where indicated.

October 5
Lilach Lurie / University of Tel Aviv
Do Trade Unions Promote Intergenerational Solidarity? Evidence from Canada and Israel.
October 19
Moshe Semyonov / University of Tel Aviv
Gender and Racial Earnings Disparities and Sector of Employment
October 26
Daniele Caramani / University of Zurich
National Past and Populism: The Re-Elaboration of Fascism and its Impact on Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe.
November 16
Amanda Garret / Georgetown University, Qatar
Pluralism and Contentious Politics in France.
November 23
Marina Costa Lobo / University of Lisbon
The Consequences of Politicisation of the EU for Voting Behavior.
November 30
Gabriel Negretto / CIDE, México
Constitutional Change and Democratization: The Impact of Elite Bargains and Mass Participation.
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