F.J. Moreno Fuentes

F.J. Moreno Fuentes
Spanish National Research Council | CSIC · Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos

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July 2007 - present
Spanish National Research Council
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The discussion on the existence of a distinctive ‘Mediterranean’ welfare model has focused on the historical and politico-institutional dynamics, as well as on the policy traits of the welfare arrangements found in Southern European countries. Particular attention has been given to the external pressures and internal constraints faced by the welfar...
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Cada año, un gran número de personas en España reciben atención sanitaria en una comunidad autónoma distinta de aquella en la que tienen establecida su residencia habitual, por lo que los retos derivados de la movilidad de pacientes interpelan al conjunto del Sistema Nacional de Salud y requieren actuaciones concertadas, tanto en lo relativo a la f...
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This report aims to provide a comprehensive, evidence-based, and nationally-endorsed analysis of the ways in which national and sub-national policies, programmes, systems, processes and mechanisms have helped to address child poverty in Spain, with a particular focus on children who are especially vulnerable
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As part of the preparatory studies for the implementation of the European Child Guarantee in Spain, this document provides a comprehensive, evidence-based analysis of the policies, programmes, systems, processes, and mechanisms that have aimed to address child poverty and social exclusion in Spain in recent years
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Manuel Pérez Yruela (2021). Original de la reseña que publicará la Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas sobre el libro Francisco J. Moreno y E. del Pino (2020). Las transformaciones territoriales y sociales del Estado en la era digital. Libro homenaje a Luis Moreno.
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La importancia de proteger la salud de las personas inmigrantes ha sido ampliamente reconocida como condición necesaria para responder eficazmente a la pandemia del COVID-19, subrayando la necesidad de garantizar que todas ellas, independientemente de su situación administrativa, tengan acceso a la atención sanitaria. En este contexto, este artícul...
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Según informaciones aparecidas en la prensa, 20 268 personas perdieron la vida en residencias, la mayoría para personas mayores, hasta el 23 de junio. Estos fallecimientos en la primera ola suponen entre un 47 % y un 50 % de los ligados a la enfermedad.
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This report is based on the Spanish case study of the McCovid19 research project, conducted by the Social Policies and Welfare State Research Group (IPP-CSIC). This project aims to analyse the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic to the governance of the care homes sector, as well to the articulation of the health care and LTC sectors in the E...
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This report is based on the Spanish case study of the McCovid19 research project, conducted by the Social Policies and Welfare State Research Group (IPP-CSIC). This project aims to analyse the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic to the governance of the care homes sector, as well to the articulation of the health care and LTC sectors in the E...
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From traditional country of emigration, Spain became a country of immigration in a relatively short period, practically catching up with the rest of Western European countries in terms of percentage of population of foreign origin by 2010. The hybrid nature of its welfare regime, a combination of social insurance schemes and universalistic programs...
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Immigration is often proposed as one of the most adequate responses for population ageing, able to facilitate the budget balance of Social Security. In Spain, research conducted prior to the economic crisis has documented the positive impact of immigration on the Spanish Welfare State (Moreno Fuentes y Bruquetas Callejo 2011). During the phase of e...
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Este libro reúne contribuciones de un conjunto de autores que han encontrado estimulo intelectual en la “imaginación sociológica”, inquisitiva y crítica de Luis Moreno. Un buen número de ellos y ellas han publicado junto a Moreno en las diferentes líneas de investigación que han marcado la fructífera y productiva carrera de uno de los científicos s...
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The introduction of cash‐for‐care (CfC) schemes in different European countries over the last years has responded to a plurality of strategies aimed at attending the rising demand and increasing costs of the long‐term care needs of an ageing population. The specific system of care provision in each country shaped the response given to those challen...
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The rise of mobilities has paved the way for important changes within cities and the possibility for urban upper-middle classes to exit from their cities and national societies, disinvesting on them, while still taking profits in a process of deterritorialization with important consequences at the collective level. Investigating the extent to which...
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The complex and multidimensional economic crisis experienced by Spain since 2008 significantly altered migration patterns in this country. Large scale unemployment contributed to slow down migrant inflows and accelerated out-migration flows in Spain. The media coverage of these processes created a distorted image of the patterns of migration affect...
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This manuscript reviews the literature on race and ethnicity in the political context. It discusses the most important scholarship on international migration, political mobilization, and the welfare state to date, to identify current gaps and emerging lines of inquiry. Future studies are needed to better understand the mobilization of immigrants by...
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El libro consta de dos partes. En la primera se analizan las transformaciones de los cuatro regímenes de bienestar que agrupan a la mayoría de los países europeos y de América del Norte. Además, la nueva edición de este libro incluye también capítulos sobre el régimen de bienestar postcomunista, el denominado modelo social europeo y los sistemas de...
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French Translation of: Globalised Minds Roots in the City, 2014, Wiley Blackwell. Avec les processus de mondialisation, des groupes sociaux développent des mobilités transnationales (immigrants ou élites par exemple). Les cadres supérieurs forment un groupe susceptible de tirer avantage de ces dynamiques. L’ouvrage montre que malgré ces mobilités...
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Aunque Noruega y España presentan diferencias significativas en sus marcos institucionales (como su relación con la UE o su régimen de bienestar), ambos países comparten un interés en mantener la cohesión social y hacer frente a los llamados Nuevos Riesgos Sociales que afectan actualmente a las sociedades post-industriales. En este libro se analiza...
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Globalised Minds, Roots in the City utilises empirical evidence from four European cities to explore the role of urban upper middle classes in the transformations experienced by contemporary European societies. Presents new empirical evidence collected through an original comparative research about professionals and managers in four European citi...
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The NorSpaR project aims to analyse the main public policy initiatives by which Norway and Spain cope with the new social and economic challenges derived from the so‐called New Social Risks (NSR). Although both countries present significant differences in their institutional settings (such as Spanish EU membership), or its belonging to diverse welf...
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La crisis económica ha deteriorado gravemente la situación socioeconómica de los inmigrantes en España, frecuentemente abocados a empleos en la economía sumergida que les excluyen del Estado de bienestar. Este artículo analiza cómo está afectando la crisis económica a los derechos sociales de la pobla-ción inmigrante en España. Utilizando datos rec...
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First lines: Amused by his former students at the London Business School, Ian Angell wrote the The New Barbarian Manifesto in the early 2000s, identifying an emerging class of transnational mobile rational actors taking advantage of collective goods and services in the places where they lived. They did not invest resources or commit themselves to l...
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The sociology of globalisation, cosmopolitanism or, on a different scale, the sociology of Europe all emphasise mobility and the intricacy of vertical and horizontal social relations and networks. This chapter presents the analysis of the social networks, resources and social capital of the managers of the sample. A key trait of the chapter is the...
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Continental European cities were characterised by relatively lower levels of inequality (thanks to welfare-state redistribution) but significant levels of social segregation. This chapter analyses managers’ residential choices and their interaction with their urban environment. Managers develop different strategies to control their environment, and...
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This is the conclusory chapter of this book, which talks about a class fraction across four cities in three nation states, and the focus is placed on this class fraction and how its members relate to their territory and collectively provided services. It focuses on managers as part of the middle classes, a historical pillar of European cities, a gr...
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This chapter makes explicit some of the theoretical and methodological choices regarding the groups who constitute the upper-middle classes in European societies and cities, and which are analysed in theoretical and empirical research. Among upper-middle classes, managers are selected from the public and private sector. In order to compare mobility...
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This chapter analyses the mobility practices of the managers in the sample, and reviews their transnational dimension. It shows how those practices interact with the territorialisation, rootedness and 'selective belonging' of these groups. Empirical findings reinforce the hypothesis of the existence of a cleavage among European managers and the pot...
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Based upon comparative empirical research, this chapter deals with the transnational mobility and rootedness practices of a segment of the upper middle classes (managers) in four European cities: Paris, Madrid, Milan and Lyon.1 The research follows a micro-level perspective, looking at individual experiences and practices and how they are expressed...
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El presente trabajo analiza la situación del welfare en el Viejo Continente tras el “crack” financiero de 2007. A modo de esquema argumental, se emplea la alegoría de las Edades del Bienestar para significar los distintos avatares de las políticas sociales y de los desarrollos del bienestar desde mediados el siglo XX. Así, el período de máximo apog...
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Literature on welfare attitudes has reached a stylized scheme in which egalitarian values and self-interest concerns are the two main determinants of welfare attitudes. We aim to bring forward existing research by identifying additional values that people draw on to elaborate opinions on welfare issues. Using data from the European Social Survey 20...
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Based upon a comparative empirical research, this chapter deals with the dynamics of mobility and rootedness of graduate managers living in neighborhoods with different social composition (mixed and homogeneous) of four European cities: Paris, Madrid, Milan and Lyon. We explore how these people combine transnational mobility, together with their em...
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The distinctiveness of the Mediterranean Welfare model has often been highlighted when analyzing the economic, social and political institutional arrangements that characterize the Southern European States. This model is known for its combination of social insurance welfare schemes with universalist programs, as well as for having relied heavily on...
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Without challenging the validity of the analysis of processes of urban secession, or the importance of gentrification processes in contemporary European cities, this article argues that inter-group social dynamics in urban spaces are generally more complex than extreme mutual avoidance, or the colonisation of neighbourhoods by the wealthiest groups...
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The development of personal social services and female employment is intertwined, not only in the domain of childcare. With the ageing of the population, the changing forms of care and the developments in the eldercare labour market become crucial issues. The new risk of dependency represents a challenge, but also an opportunity. This paper provide...
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Universalism and decentralization constitute the main characteristics of the Spanish SNS. In addition to the budgetary pressures common to all health systems in Western countries (growth of age-related health costs, increased social expectations, the consequences of the growing social inequality, and technological development) there are specific st...
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With the ageing of the population, the changing forms of care and the developments in the elderly care labour market become crucial issues. In this respect, the “new risk” of dependency represents a challenge but also an opportunity of development. The paper provides an overview of the relationship between the development of long-term-care policies...
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La transformación de España en país de inmigración ha tenido un considerable impacto social y demográfico. El Estado de bienestar se ha adaptado razonablemente bien a esta evolución de la población, proporcionando un alto grado de protección a las poblaciones de origen inmigrante asentadas en España. En el actual contexto de crisis económica y fisc...
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The transformation of Spain into an immigration country has had a considerable social and demographical impact. The welfare state has adapted well to this population change, providing a high degree of protection to the population with immigrant origin settled in Spain. In the current context of economic and fiscal crisis experienced by the countrie...
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Revisamos algunos datos que muestran el elevado grado de disociación entre las opiniones de amplios segmentos de la sociedad catalana y el discurso nacionalista supuestamente mayoritario. La idea de que el pueblo catalán avanza unido hacia Ítaca casa mal con las evidencias demoscópicas del reciente barómetro autonómico del CIS. La inmensa mayoría d...
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En este artículo se analiza la relación entre la distribución de valores en la ciudadanía de los países europeos, y los equilibrios institucionales de los sistemas de protección social de los diferentes países según lo conceptualizado por las tipologías de los regímenes de bienestar más comúnmente utilizadas. Tras analizar la distribución de los va...
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Some authors argue that ‘mobilities’ form the distinctive feature of late modern societies and represent a new social cleavage between cosmopolitan mobile élites and urban residents more rooted in their local neighbourhoods. One assumption in contemporary discourses of rootedness is that this new transnational or global society entails an ongoing p...
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El Estado de Bienestar es uno de los logros más significativos de los Estados modernos por su capacidad de proteger a los ciudadanos contra la pobreza cuando se encuentran en situaciones de riesgo tales como la enfermedad, el desempleo, la vejez, la niñez o la ignorancia y por contribuir a la corrección de la desigualdad social. A pesar de todo, su...
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En este artículo se analiza la relación entre la distribución de valores en la ciudadanía de los países europeos, y los equilibrios institucionales de los sistemas de protección social de los diferentes países según lo conceptualizado por las tipologías de los regímenes de bienestar más comúnmente utilizadas. Tras analizar la distribución de los va...
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This article analyzes the links between migratory processes and the evolution of nationality legislation in Spain. We argue that this case challenges the theoretical models that link immigration to liberalizing reforms in citizenship law. Despite large-scale immigration experienced over the last two decades, Spanish nationality law has remained str...
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Los trabajadores extranjeros, satanizados en la reciente campaña electoral por el creciente populismo xenófobo, aportan más a las arcas del Estado de lo que reciben. Los datos desmienten los tópicos callejeros MARÍA BRUQUETAS / FRANCISCO JAVIER MORENO FUENTES El populismo xenófobo se ha convertido en componente ineludible de la escena política en u...
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La inmigración en nuestro país ha aumentado en grado considerable en los últimos años, hasta situarse en porcentajes similares a los de los países más desarrollados de la Unión Europea. La transformación de España en país receptor de inmigración se produjo en tiempos de vigoroso crecimiento de la economía y el empleo, bonanza a la que el hecho migr...
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Aquest estudi aborda la complexa relació entre immigració i Estat del benestar a Espanya. El nombre d'immigrants al nostre país ha augmentat en un grau considerable els darrers anys, fins a situar-se en percentatges semblants als dels països més desenvolupats de la Unió Europea. La transformació d'Espanya en país receptor d'immigració es va produir...
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The present study addresses the complex relationship between immigration and the welfare state in Spain. The number of immigrants in Spain has greatly increased in recent years, reaching levels similar to those found in the most developed countries in the European Union. Spain's transformation into a host country for immigrants took place in times...
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Cet article présente les résultats d'une recherche sur le temps de travail des médecins hospitaliers dans cinq pays européens : l'Allemagne, le Danemark, l'Espagne, la Lituanie et le Royaume-Uni. Son objet est d'expliquer la persistance de différences de temps de travail entre les pays et à l'intérieur de chacun malgré l'existence d'une directive e...
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In France, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom, the decades from the late 1980s to the present have witnessed significant change in health policy. Although this has included the spread of internal competition and growing autonomy for certain nonstate and parastate actors, it does not follow that the mechanism at work is a "neoliberal convergence...
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This article presents an open discussion of the processes of urban secession and gentrification in contemporary European cities, arguing that intergroup social dynamics in urban spaces are generally more complex than either extreme mutual avoidance or the colonization of neighbourhoods by the wealthiest groups. We analyse the residential strategies...
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Some authors suggest that "mobilities" are the distinctive feature of late modern societies and represent a
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En el presente volumen se da cuenta de los principales resultados de investigación del proyecto ‘Nuevos Riesgos Sociales y Trayectorias de las Políticas Sociales’ (NURSOPOB) 1. En las páginas que siguen, y en los sucesivos capítulos, se exponen ideas, análisis e interpretaciones sobre las reformas de las políticas sociales y del Estado del Bienesta...
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Immigration changed the ethnic composition of Western European societies. The new populations brought a series of culturally determined practices that challenged the liberal framework of values of the receiving states. Despite the existence of important variations between the official discourses and the actual policies finally implemented, the resp...