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Estudiantes de doctorado

Olena Bedasheva

Fotografía de Olena Bedasheva

 

 

De la Cuesta Serrano, Fernando

Fotografía de Fernando de la Cuesta Serrano
  • e-mail: 100079643@alumnos.uc3m.es
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interests: My research interests focus on the combination of political economy, geography and history. In particular, I am interested in exploiting the natural experiments that economics, politics and geography produce on political behavior, whether historical legacies or contemporary effects. In my dissertation, entitled "Evaluation of the new determinants of voting in Spain: transformation of electoral behavior and political attitudes in the face of the challenges of the 21st century", I analyze the effect of short and long-run voting shock and the impact of inequalities in the provision of public services on electoral behavior using Spain as a case study. My previous research experience, beyond the thesis, focuses on the political geography of the provision of public goods and services, the determinants of anti-religious violence, the persistence of political ideology and the urban-rural cleavage, and the impact of government ideology on citizen wellbeing.

Gonzales Santisteban, Sara Ynés

Fotografía de Sara Ynés Gonzales Santisteban
  • e-mail: saraynes.gonzales@uc3m.es
  • Página personal
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research Interest: I am a Peruvian economist doing a PhD in Social Science at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, where I also did a master’s in social science.  I am currently working on DEEPEN,  a NORFACE-funded research project (2020-2023) that explores the democratic governance of capital-funded occupational pension schemes in Europe. For my PhD, I study socio-economic gaps in workers' participation in private pension schemes in 10 European countries.  More generally, I am interested in the fields of sociological analysis, comparative politics, and quantitative methods applied to sociology.

Labat Frugoni, Juan

Fotografía de Juan Labat Frugoni
  • e-mail: juanlabatfrugoni@gmail.com
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interest: My main motivation is to investigate the relationship between economic growth/social prosperity, environmental impact and sustainability, from a long run perspective.My research focuses on understanding how different societies have related with the environment and trying to determine if this relation is sustainable or not. , To achieve this goalI understand that a historic perspective is necessary and demands research in at least two areas: 1) Understanding and measuring environmental impacts from societies in certain periods of time; 2) Understanding and measuring if those societies were in a sustainable path in the period of time under consideration.

López Blanco, José David

Fotografía de José David López Blanco
  • e-mail: josedavid.lopez.blanco@uc3m.es
  • Página personal
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interest: José David López Blanco's research focuses on migration and ethnic relations. In his thesis "Beyond the dichotomy: Reframing Internal and International Migrations", he aims to bridge the traditional division between both categories of migrations as two different, and practically isolated, bodies of research. He is also interested in demographic topics such as fertility intentions and comparative sociological studies in southern European countries.

Serrano Serrat, Josep

Fotograía de Josep Serrano Serrat
  • e-mail: josep.serrano@uc3m.es
  • Página personal
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interest: My primary research interest consists in analyzing the role of different types of skills on political preferences, focusing on contextual factors that shape this relation. Concretely, engaging in the debates about specific skills and redistribution preferences I analyze how this relation is moderated by occupational context. In a second project, I analyze how changes in occupational unemployment rates drive anti-immigration attitudes, showing that they have a stronger effect the greater the amount of occupation-specific skills. I show that professionals and managers are the groups more affected by changes in the occupational context. I have presented my work at the annual meetings of the European Political Science Association (EPSA), the European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR), the Society for the Advancement for Socio-Economics (SASE), and the SASE/Digit Early Career Workshop.

Tirado Castro, Alejandro

Fotografía de Alejandro Tirado Castro
  • e-mail: alejandro.tirado@uc3m.es
  • Página personal
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interest: My research mainly concerns democratic legitimacy after the impact of the Great Recession in Europe. In my research, I focus on the trends in satisfaction with democracy and political trust after the economic crisis of 2008, as well as the determinants of stability and fluctuation in both phenomena during this period. Likewise, my thesis also explores the effect of party and affective polarization and its influence on the so-called Winner-Loser Gap, delving into the detrimental effect and causes of the disruption of satisfaction with democracy.

Fernández Gutierrez, Alvaro

Fotografía de Álvaro Fernández Gutierrez

 

Kaushik, Kavyanjali

Fotografía de Kavyanjali Kaushik
  • e-mail: kavyanjali.kaushik@uc3m.es
  • Página personal
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interests: My research explores how digital technologies shape identities and voting behaviour. Research interests include: Social media and nationalism, identity expression online, digital political communication, radical-right parties and movements.

 

 

Lenoir-Legrand Pons, Ricardo

Fotografía de Ricardo Lenoir-Legrand Pons
  • e-mail: ricardolenoir01@yahoo.es
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interest:
    - Disruptive narratives: destabilisation of democratic systems via disinformation campaigns. How this type of actions can change population decisions over social debates.
    - Russia penetration in the Baltic states communication sphere: media and communication campaigns to enhance conservative values against pro western optics.
    - Hybrid warfare: disinformation warfare, asymmetric, non-linear, irregular, unconventional or hybrid. Review of new warfare techniques and it´s deployment as a part of Russia´s foreign policy.

Nadaraia, Khatia

Fotografía de Khatia Nadaraia
  • e-mail: khatia.nadaraia@uc3m.es
  • Página personal
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interest: Khatia Nadaraia is a predoctoral fellow at University Carlos III Madrid. Herresearch interests include early childhood experiences and adult outcomes;social sources of stress and health inequalities; as well as individual perceptualfactors that make psychological stress stressful. Specifically, she is interested in which exogenous regularities operate nowadays that create recurrent psychological stress, and thus have severe consequences on population health and well-being. Her PhD thesis, supervised by Professor Javier Garcia Polavieja de Perera, draws on the interdisciplinary framework of stress research, and investigates the lasting consequences of early childhood material  deprivation on self-regulation (depressed mood) and cognitive aging in later life. PhD Thesis Working Title: Social Background, early-experiences, and adult health outcomes.

Nadal Perales Oliver

Fotografía de Nadal Perales Oliver
  • e-mail: 100394855@alumnos.uc3m.es
  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interests: Collective action, civil society, and mobilization: determinants of collective behaviour. Focus on historical and civic legacies: social capital persistence and formation. Impact of the meso-level order (e.g., groups, ego networks, and social media) and spill over effects on individual preferences and identities.
    Transformation of the global workforce and the future of employment: impact of globalization, multilateralism, automation, and remoteness, along with demographic transformations, on welfare regimes, industrial relations, employment structures and workers’ decisions. The role of social care in ageing employment structures and societies in general. New scenario that calls for new and more encompassing social policies (e.g., Universal Basic Income). Social isolation and (perceived) individual security.

Rubio Cabañez, María

Fotografía de María Rubio Cabañez
  • e-mail: maria.rubio@uc3m.es
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  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interests: My primary research interest consists in analyzing how environmental factors affect children’s health. Concretely, I focus on several mechanisms through which environment could affect individuals from different social classes from while in utero until childhood. In the first project, I concentrate on the prenatal period, analyzing how access to the mechanisms through which mothers protect themselves from extreme temperatures during pregnancy affects the health at birth of the newborns depending on their socioeconomic status. Specifically, I study how changes in energy prices affect birth outcomes through their effect on mothers’ exposure to extreme temperatures, differentiating by socioeconomic status. In the second project, I focus on the childhood period. In particular, I study how the presence of outdoor areas, such as parks, affects the well-being of children depending on their socioeconomic status. Furthermore, I also analyze whether the effect of outdoor areas differs depending on the characteristics of the neighborhood where children live.

 

Suero García, Cristina

Fotografía de Cristina Suero García
  • e-mail: cristina.suero@uc3m.es
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  • Currículum vitae
  • Research interest: Cristina is currently working on her doctoral thesis titled “A reversal in the Spanish fertility trends? An exploration about how a shift in the educational level of the
    population may affect fertility trends”. Her research interests focus on family sociology, patterns of family formation and global changes in family structures. She is also interested on the causes and consequences of low and late fertility in Europe, the use of new reproductive technologies and contraceptive behavior.