The article “Ethnicity in Time: Politics, History, and the Relationship between Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision” has been published by the Comparative Political Studies journal in its latest issue on “Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision”. The piece, co-authored by Matthias vom Hau and Prerna Singh, calls into question the supposedly negative relationship between ethnic diversity and public goods provision. Continue reading “Comparative Political Studies publishes “Ethnicity in Time: Politics, History, and the Relationship between Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision”, an artcicle co-authored by Matthias vom Hau.”
Dr. Richard Huizar, collaborator of the Global and International Studies Program, analyzes the lack of privatization of PEMEX, the Mexican oil company in the article “Surviving privatization in the era of neo-liberalism: A case study of Mexico’s oil company (PEMEX)”, published by the journal The Extractive Industries and Society. Continue reading “Dr. Richard Huizar, collaborator of the Global and International Studies Program, analyzes the lack of privatization of PEMEX, the Mexican oil company.”
Our faculty member Matthias vom Hau examines how indigenous peoples can be agents for poverty reduction in the policy brief “How Indigeneous Movements (Can) Make a Different for Development”. The article has been published by Sociological Insights for Development Policy, the policy brief series of the American Sociological Association.
Ángela Suárez-Collado, Faculty member, was part of the election observation mission deployed by the Observatory on Politics and Elections in the Arab and Muslim World (OPEMAM) in Morocco for the legislative elections held on October 7.
The final report of the OPEMAM on Morocco’s electoral process can be found here: “Morocco: legislative elections”.
Iván Llamazares, Faculty member, examines “Collective Members in West European Political Parties” in an article co-written with José Manuel Gutiérrez that it has been recently published by Revista Internacional de Sociología.