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Valiente, Celia. 2017. Male allies of women's movements: Women's organizing within the Catholic Church in Franco's Spain. Women's Studies International Forum 62, May-June: 43-51.


Díez Medrano, Juan. 2017: “Beliefs and Trade Union Support to Trade Liberalization in the U.S. and the UK: The AFL-CIO and the TUC Compared” Journal of International Relations and Development (): 1-29. Pre-published online 10.1057/s41268-017-0084-2


García-Albacete, G. 2017. (con Monica Ferrín y Marta Fraile) The Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: Is It All About Guessing? An Experimental Approach. Int J Public Opin Res; 29 (1): 111-132.


Sandell, R. 2017 (con Contucci, P. y Seyedalireza, S.) Forecasting the integration of immigrants. The Journal of Mathematical Sociology  Volume 41, 2017 - Issue 2.


Díez Medrano, J. 2017. (con Michael Braun y Dorothée Behr) What do respondents mean when they report to be “citizens of the world”? Using probing questions to elucidate international differences in cosmopolitanism.


Díez Medrano, Juan. 2017. “Globalization, Transnational Human Capital, and Employment in the European Union” International Journal of Comparative Sociology. Pre-published online DOI: 10.1177/0020715216684182


Artículo publicado en Electoral Studies porOliver Strijbis, Sveinung Arnesen, y Laurent Bernhard. "Using prediction market data for measuring the expected closeness in electoral research", Electoral Studies 44, 144-150.


Collective religiosity and the gender gap in attitudes towards economic redistribution in 86 countries, 1990–2008. Social Science Research. Volume 57, May 2016, Pages 17–30.


Javier Polavieja "Labour-market competition, recession and anti-immigrant sentiments in Europe: occupational and environmental drivers of competitive threat." Socio-Economic Review.


Recovering Historical Memory: A Struggle against Silence and Forgetting? The Politics of Victimhood in Spain. International Jnl of Transitional Justice Volume 9, Issue 2. pp. 316-335.


Politics, coalitions, and support of farmers, 1920–1975. European Review of Economic History (2016) 20 (1): 102-122.


Going public against institutional constraints? Analyzing the online presence intensity of 2014 European Parliament election candidates. European Union Politics.


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