Teaching:

I teach classes on democracy, electoral behavior, public opinion and research methods. I have taught the following courses:

  • Fundamentals of Political and Social Research. Master of Research in Political Science. Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019, Fall 2020 and Fall 2021) [Syllabus]
  • Democracy and Citizenship. Master in Political Science. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019, Fall 2020 and Fall 2021) [Syllabus]
  • Anàlisi Electoral (Electoral Analysis). Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019, Fall 2020 and Fall 2021) [Syllabus]
  • Research Methods. Master in Political Science. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spring 2016)

Supervision:

PhD theses:

  • María Ruiz Hernández (In progress): “Voting behavior and the irruption of populist parties”

MA theses:

  • Damjan Tomic (2021): Propinquity & Perturbation: Addressing Cross-National Variation in the Size of the Urban-Rural Divide in Attitudes Towards Migrants
  • Sezin Naz Erciyas  (2021): Implications of Covid-19 for Democratic Backsliding
  • Adam Grunfeld (2020): Measuring variation in the evaluation of corruption: evidence from a survey experiment on petty and grand corruption.
  • Maral Biabanpeima (2019): The influence of oil revenues on democratization: An examination of clientelism
  • Gisela Pairó (2019): Direct democracy: The effect of democratic deficits on rising aspirations for direct democracy among Europeans
  • Alexey Bragin (2019): Freedom of speech in illiberal regimes: the case of Russia (1992-2018)
  • Samira Alakbarli (2018): The impact of the economic crisis on political participation
  • Benjamin Cooke (2018): Examining the gears of climate change scepticism
  • Lenka Simanova (2018): Populism as a threat or corrective for democracy? The impact of populism on democratic backsliding
  • Ryan Joseph Mauro (2017): The Effects of Transportation Access on Partisan Clustering:  Does transit access in American Metropolitan Regions retain political diversity?

BA theses:

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