Publicaciones recientes

Este es un listado actualizado de las últimas publicaciones realizadas por los miembros del IC3JM

Claveria, Sílvia

Claveria, Sílvia. 2019. Les dones als executius. Barcelona: Fundació Irla.

Claveria, Sílvia. 2019. “Les dones com a fre de l’extrema dreta”. Nous Horitzons, 221:34-39.

Doten-Snitker, Kerice

Doten-Snitker, Kerice. 2021. “Contexts of State Violence: Jewish Expulsions in the Holy Roman Empire.” Social Science History 45(1): 131–63. doi:10.1017/ssh.2020.39.

Doten-Snitker, Kerice, Cara Margherio, Elizabeth Litzler, Ella Ingram y Julia Williams. En prensa. “Developing a Shared Vision for Change: Moving toward Inclusive Empowerment.” Research in Higher Education. doi:10.1007/s11162-020-09594-9.

Doten-Snitker, Kerice, Cara Margherio, Julia Williams, Elizabeth Litzler, Eva Andrijcic y Sriram Mohan. 2020. “Cultivating Strategic Partnerships to Transform STEM Education.” En Transforming Institutions: Accelerating Systemic Change in Higher Education, editado por Kate White, Andrea Beach, Noah Finkelstein, Charles Henderson, Scott Simkins, Linda Slakey, Marilyne Stains, Gabriela Weaver y Lorne Whitehead. Pressbooks.

Escobar, Modesto

Escobar, Modesto. 2015. “El análisis multivariante”, en M. García Ferrando et al. (eds.), El análisis de la realidad. Métodos y técnicas de investigación. Madrid, Alianza.

Escobar, Modesto. 2015. “Studying Coincidences with Network Analysis and Other Multivariate Tools”, The Stata Journal, 15(4): 1118-1156.

Escobar, Modesto y José Gómez Isla. 2015: “La expresión de la identidad a través de la imagen: Los archivos fotográficos de Miguel de Unamuno y Joaquín Turina”, Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 152: 23-46.

Escobar, Modesto et al. 2015. “Sentido, referencia y atribución en las descripciones personales. Una nueva perspectiva del TST”, Revista Española de Sociología, 24: 25-41.

Escobar, Modesto et al. 2015. “Indicadores de cultura científica por Comunidades Autónomas”, en C. Torres (ed.), Percepción social de la ciencia y la tecnología en España. 2014. Madrid, FECYT.

Escobar, Modesto y Luis Mena. 2016. “Cuestiones de metodología en el análisis de los problemas sociales”, en A. Trinidad et al. (eds.), Marcos de análisis de los problemas sociales. Madrid, Catarata.

Escobar, Modesto y Luis Martínez-Uribe. (2020). “Network Coincidence Analysis: The netCoin R Package”. Journal of Statistical Software, 93(11), 1-31. doi:

Fernández, Juan J.

Fernández, Juan J. y Jordi Domènech. En prensa. “Socio-Economic Determinants of Survival in a Nazi Concentration Camp: The Experience of Spanish Prisoners at Mauthausen”, Journal of Interdisciplinary History.

Fernández, Juan J., Antonio Jaime-Castillo, Damon Mayrl y Celia Valiente. En prensa. “Societal Religiosity and the Gender Gap in Political Interest, 1990-2014”, British Journal of Sociology.

Fernández, Juan J. En prensa. “Women’s Civil Rights and the Worldwide Liberalization of Abortion on Demand and for Socio-economic Reasons”, The Sociological Quarterly. 

Fishman, Robert

Fishman, Robert M. 2020 (en prensa). “Spain in Comparative Perspective: Contributions of the Spanish Case to Comparative Political Analysis” en Diego Muro e Ignacio Lago (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Spanish Politics, Oxford University Press.

Fishman, Robert M. 2019. “How National Histories Shaped the Politics of Crisis: South European Contrasts”, en M.E. Cavallaro y K. Kornetis (eds.), Rethinking Democratisation in Spain, Greece and Portugal, Palgrave Macmillan.

Fishman, Robert M. 2019. Democratic Practice: Origins of the Iberian Divide in Political Inclusion, Oxford University Press.

Fishman, Robert M. (en prensa), “Rethinking Dimensions of Democracy for Empirical Analysis: Authenticity, Quality, Depth and Consolidation”. Annual Review of Political Science, 19.

Fishman, Robert M., Carlos Gervasoni y Keely Jones Stater. 2015. “Inequality and the Altruistic Life: A Study of the Priestly Vocation Rate”. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 54 (3): 575-595.

Fishman, Robert M. 2020. “Spain in Comparative Perspective: Contributions of the Spanish Case to Comparative Political Analysis” en Diego Muro e Ignacio Lago (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Spanish Politics, Oxford University Press.

Fishman, Robert M.  2020.  “A Democracia Excepcional de Portugal: Como a Revoluçao dos Cravos Conduziu a Vantagens Duradouras” en Rui Branco e Tiago Fernandes (eds.) 45 Anos de Democracia em Portugal,  Lisboa: Assembleia da República.

Fishman, Robert M. y Alejandro Tirado Castro. En prensa.  “How Democracy Works: Divergent Perspectives of Representatives and Citizens” en Xavier Coller y Leonardo Sánchez-Ferrer (Eds.), Politicians in Hard Times: Spanish and South European MPs Facing Citizens after the Great Recession, Palgrave Macmillan.

García Albacete, Gema

García Albacete, Gema, Mónica Ferrín y Marta Fraile. 2015. “The Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: Is it All about Guessing? An Experimental Approach”. International Journal of Public Opinion Research.

García Albacete, Gema, Javier Lorente e Irene Martín. 2015. “How does the Spanish Crisis Generation Relates to Politics?”. En Thijssen, P., Siongers, J., Van Laer, J. H. y Mels, S. (eds) Political Engagement of the Young in Europe, Youth in the Crucible. London: Routledge.

Jurado, Ignacio

Jurado, Ignacio y Sandra León. 2020. “Economic Globalization and Decentralization: a Centrifugal or Centripetal Relationship? Evidence from a Cross-country Analysis”, Governance.

Jurado, Ignacio, Francesc Amat y Sandra León. 2020. “One or Two Arenas? The Break-up Between National and Regional Elections”. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.

Jurado, Ignacio, Stefanie Walter, Nikitas Konstantinidis y Elias Dinas. 2020. “Keeping the Euro at Any Cost? Explaining Attitudes Toward the Euro-austerity Trade-off in Greece”. European Union Politics, 21.3: 383-405.

Jurado, Ignacio y Sandra León. 2020. “Multi-level Governance in Spain”. The Oxford Handbook of Spanish Politics, eds. Diego Muro e Ignacio Lago.

Kukic, Leonard

Kukic, Leonard.2020. “Origins of Regional Divergence: Economic Growth in Socialist Yugoslavia”. Economic History Review.

Kukic, Leonard. 2020. “The Nature of Technological Failure: Patterns of Biased Technical Change in Socialist Europe”. Journal of Economic Surveys.

Lavezzolo, Sebastian

Lavezzolo, Sebastián, Luis Ramiro y Pablo Fernández-Vázquez. 2020. “The Will for Reason: Voter Demand for Experts in Office.” West European Politics. DOI:

León, Sandra

León, Sandra e Ignacio Jurado. 2020. “Economic Globalization and Decentralization: a Centrifugal or Centripetal Relationship? Evidence from a Cross-country Analysis”, Governance.

León, Sandra, Francesc Amat e Ignacio Jurado. 2020. “One or Two Arenas? The Break-up Between National and Regional Elections”. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.

León, Sandra e Ignacio Jurado. 2020. “Multi-level Governance in Spain”. En The Oxford Handbook of Spanish Politics, eds. Diego Muro e Ignacio Lago.

Orriols, Lluís

Orriols, Lluís, John Bartle y Agustí Bosch. 2020. “The Policy Mood in Spain: the Thermostat in a Warm Climate, 1978–2017” European Political Science Review, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 133-153.

Özel, Isik D.

Özel, Isik D. y Salvador Parrado. 2020. “Varieties of Regulatory Welfare Regimes in Middle-Income Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Brazil, Mexico and Turkey,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, publicado online 11/23/2020,

Özel, Isik D. y Asli Unan. 2021. “Decoupling Trends: Drivers of Agency Independence in Telecommunications, An Analysis of High and Middle-Income Countries,” Regulation & Governance, vol.15, no.1, pp.32-62,

Polavieja, Javier

Polavieja, Javier G. 2016. “Labour-Market Competition, Recession and Anti-Immigrant Sentiments in Europe: Occupational and Environmental Drivers of Competitive Threat”. Socio-Economic Review, doi:10.1093/ser/mww002.

Polavieja, Javier G. 2015. “Capturing Culture: A New Method to Estimate Exogenous Cultural Effects using Migrant Populations”. American Sociological Review, 80(1): 166-191.

Polavieja, Javier G., Henning Finseraas y Andreas Kotsadam. 2020. “Ancestry Culture, Assimilation, and Voter Turnout in Two Generations”. Political Behavior,42,

Polavieja. Javier G. 2020. “Grandes muestras, grandes sesgos, grandes errores: sobre el Atlas de Oportunidades”. Revista Internacional de Sociología, 78(3), e166 DOI:

Radl, Jonas

Radl Jonas,  Nata Duvvury, E.K. Sarter, Simona Scherger y Jeroen Spijker. 2020. “Policy Toolkits on Employment and Ageing: A Conceptual Framework”. En: Áine Ní Leime, Jim Ogg, Martina Rašticová, Debra Street, Clary Krekula, Monika Bédiová e Ignacio Madero-Cabib (Eds.). Extended Working Life Policies. International Gender and Health Perspectives. Cham: Springer Open, 69-83.

Richards, Andrew

Richards, Andrew y Anastasia Gorodzeisky. (en prensa), “Union Members’ Attitudes Towards Immigrant Workers. A 14-Country Study.” European Journal of Industrial Relations.

Riera, Pedro

Riera, Pedro. 2015. “Electoral Systems and the Sheriff of Nottingham: Determinants of Disproportionality in New and Established Democracies”. Party Politics 21: 222-233.

Riera, Pedro, Damien Bol y Jean-Benoit Pilet. 2015. “The International Diffusion of Electoral Systems: The Spread of Mechanisms Tempering Proportional Representation across Europe”. European Journal of Political Research 54(2): 384-410.

Riera, Pedro. 2015. “Economy, Type of Government, and Strategic Timing of Elections: Calling Opportunistic Early Elections in OECD Democracies”. West European Politics 38(6): 1129-1151.

Riera, Pedro y Mark Franklin. (en prensa). “Meaning of Democracy and Generational Shifts: How Citizens’ Models of Democracy Differ across Cohorts”, en Hanspeter Kriesi y Mónica Ferrín, eds., How Europeans View and Evaluate Democracy, Oxford University Press.

Riera, Pedro y Sergi Pardos-Prado. 2016. “The Attitudinal Implications of the Cartel Party Thesis: Ideological Convergence and Political Efficacy in Contemporary Democracies”, en Ferdinand Müller-Rommel y Fernando Casal-Bertoa (eds) Party Politics and Democracy in Europe: Essays in Honour of Peter Mair (London: Routledge).

Riera, Pedro. 2015. “Electoral Systems and Party Systems”, en José M. Magone (ed) Handbook of European Politics (London: Routledge).

Riera, Pedro y Alberto Penadés. 2020. “La desproporcionalidad en las elecciones generales para los partidos políticos”, en Carmen Ortega, Juan Montabes y Pablo Oñate, eds., Sistemas electorales en España: caracterización, efectos, rendimientos y propuestas de reforma, Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas.

Riera, Pedro y Fidel Oliván. 2020. “Los determinantes ideológicos del voto a la extrema derecha populista en Europa”, en Ana Belén Benito Sánchez y Leticia M. Ruiz Rodríguez, eds., La dimensión ideológica en la competición partidista, Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales.

Riera, Pedro. 2020. “Turnout”, en Ignacio Lago y Diego Muro, eds., Oxford Handbook of Spanish Politics, Oxford University Press.

Riera, Pedro. 2020. “Voting after the Change: A Natural Experiment on the Effect of Electoral Reform on Party System Fragmentation”. International Political Science Review, 41:2, 271-286.

Riera, Pedro. 2020. “Socioeconomic Heterogeneity and Party System Fragmentation”. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 1-21.

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio y Luis de la Calle. 2015. “How Armed Groups Fight: Territorial Control and Violent Conflict.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 38(10): 795-813.

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio y Sonia Alonso. 2020. “EU Intervention vs. National Autonomy: Do Citizens Really Care?” European Politics and Society

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. 2020. “Neoliberal Technocracy: The Challenge to Democratic Self-Government”. En Eri Bertsou y Daniele Caramani (eds) The Technocratic Challenge to Democracy, 44-60. Londres: Routledge.

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. 2020. “Spanish Democratization. Transition, Consolidation and its Meaning in Contemporary Spain”. En I. Lago y D.Muro (eds) Oxford Handbook of Spanish Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sandell, Rickard

Sandell, Rickard y Pierluigi Contucci. 2015. “How Integrated are Immigrants”, Demographic Research, 3(46): 1271-80.

Simón, Pablo

Simón, Pablo y Guillermo Cordero. 2016. “Economic Crisis and Support for Democracy in Europe.” West European Politics, 39 (2): 305-325.

Stamatov, Peter

Stamatov, Peter. 2021.  “Human Diversity and Democracy in the Renaissance,” en A Cultural History of Democracy, vol. 3: A Cultural History of Democracy in the Renaissance, edited by Virginia Cox and Joanne Paul, London: Bloomsbury: 141-58.

Torre, Margarita

Torre, Margarita. 2020. “Segregación ocupacional y actitudes hacia la desigualdad en el mundo rural, 2000-2018”. Panorama Social  31:125-139.

Torre, Margarita. En prensa. “La juventud y el empleo”, en Informe Juventud en España 2020. Ed.: Instituto de la Juventud.

Torre, Margarita. En prensa. “Movilidad de clase y expectativas de futuro de la población joven”, en Informe Juventud en España 2020. Ed.: Instituto de la Juventud.

Torre, Margarita and Pablo Simón. En prensa. “La juventud. Una panorámica de contexto”, en Informe Juventud en España 2020. Ed.: Instituto de la Juventud.

Travieso, Emiliano

Travieso, Emiliano. 2020. “United by Grass, Separated by Coal: Uruguay and New Zealand During the First Globalization.” Journal of Global History, 15 (2) (2020): 269-289.

Villamil, Francisco

Villamil, Francisco. 2020. “Mobilizing Memories: The Social Conditions of the Long-term Impact of Victimization.” Journal of Peace Research, publicado online en junio 2020.

Villamil, Francisco y Laia Balcells. 2020. “The Double Logic of Internal Purges: New Evidence from Francoist Spain.” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 26(3): 260-278.