About me

I am a professor of political science at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona where I am also ICREA Academia research fellow. I founded and until 2023 directed the research group on Democracy, Elections and Citizenship. I have coordinated the Master in Political Science between 2009 and 2018. I was 2018-19 fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioural Sciences at Stanford University.

My main areas of research deal with different aspects of citizens’ involvement in politics in advanced democracies. This includes an interest in the causes and consequences of electoral turnout, political protest, digital media and political attitudes. I am also interested in attitudes towards corruption and in survey and experimental methodology. Recently my research has focused on the attitudinal consequences of the economic crisis, with a special focus on populist attitudes. Currently, I explore how individuals’ attitudes towards gender equality and feminism change over time.