Santiago Pérez-Nievas

Santiago Pérez-Nievas
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid | UAM · Departamento de Ciencia Política y Relaciones Internacionales Derecho

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En este trabajo estudiamos la identificación europea durante la Gran Recesión en los Estados miembro de la Eurozona, examinando la evolución de dos indicadores clásicos del Eurobarómetro: la percepción de ser europeo y el apego a Europa. Estos dos indicadores recogen respectivamente la dimensión cognitiva y afectiva de la identificación europea. El...
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This paper studies how people in the Euro Area Member States identified as European during the Great Recession and examines both their perceptions about being European and their attachment to Europe. It analyses the effect of the crisis on the relationship between European and national identifications (the identification approach), including public...
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Despite academic interest in the negative effects of primaries on gender descriptive representation, we have little evidence on how this impact varies across territorial levels, especially among women with family responsibilities. We focus on Spain as a multilevel polity (national, regional, local chambers) with mandatory quotas to show that very f...
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En este artículo llevamos a cabo una detallada descripción del perfil del concejal en España a partir de datos de una encuesta propia realizada entre 2018 y 2019 a representantes locales de toda España. Con 1.250 respuestas obtenidas, los resultados muestran que los partidos presentan claras diferencias en el modo de confeccionar sus listas elector...
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This article looks at the evolution of European identification during the Great Recession in four Southern European “debtor” countries and in Germany. Although the crisis initially had a negative effect on European identification in the five countries, its medium-term impact was more severe in the Southern European countries than in Germany. While...
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This article analyses the descriptive representation of immigrant-origin women in two local Spanish elections. On the basis of the influence of political opportunity structures and the role played by political parties, we quantify their presence on party lists and their degree of success in becoming councilwomen. Using the APREPINM2 1 database we c...
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MPs play an essential role in the quality of representation in democracies. However, there is little evidence available on how political parties select them and the impact of that process on MPs’ profiles. This chapter analyses two original surveys conducted in 2018 on samples of Spanish national, regional and local MPs, to respond to a number of k...
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Latin Americans are one of the most relevant migrant minorities in Spain. In this article, we analyze their political representation at the local level by describing how councilors of Latin American councilors perceive three stages on their “pathway to power”: the selection method most frequently used by them to become electoral candidates, their r...
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This special issue addresses the need for cross-national analyses on immigrant integration. The articles in this issue examine the integration processes of Latino immigrants in the United States and in Spain in several aspects—socioeconomic, legal, educational, and political—and through varied methods—quantitative as well as qualitative—contributin...
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Latin Americans represent one of the most sizable migrant communities in Spain. Yet, unlike other minority groups, they count with longer migration tradition, linguistic and cultural similarities with the Spanish population, and easier access to Spanish nationality. Drawing on original data covering a large number of candidates (N = 5,055), this ar...
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Although the under-participation of ethnic minorities in the electoral field is frequently observed, the nuances of their political engagement remain relatively unexplored by scholars. Particularly, little empirical analysis has attempted to identify the barriers faced by first-generation immigrants to adopt a party preference in their host country...
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New parties with a discourse on democratic regeneration and direct democracy have entered the parliaments of consolidated democracies since the onset of the Great Recession. Podemos is the most relevant of these new parties within the recently transformed Spanish Party System. To what extent does Podemos reflect these ideals of direct democracy in...
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Since the 1977 elections, from five to nine nationalist and regionalist parties have occupied between 7% and 11% of seats in parliament. This chapter focuses on the description of the main characteristics and visions of MPs of those parties and the sources of the differences among them. It looks first at the organization and conception of represent...
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Durante las últimas décadas, España ha experimentado una extraordinaria transformación en la dimensión migratoria, con flujos de población extranjera de creciente intensidad. Partiendo de esta nueva realidad, el presente estudio describe las pautas de representación política de las personas de origen inmigrante en el contexto receptor español, pres...
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En las últimas décadas, la reagrupación por razones familiares se ha convertido en un fenómeno de creciente intensidad, contribuyendo al incremento del flujo poblacional extranjero en las sociedades europeas. Retomando la literatura sobre el auge de este fenómeno en los años setenta, el presente artículo analiza las respuestas políticas del gobiern...
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European societies have seen a gradual and constant increase of immigration in the last few decades. The settlement of immigrant populations and the incorporation of their descent into European societies raises the issue of the need to ensure equal opportunities in their capacity to gain elected office and be represented by democratic institutions....
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Ethnic inequalities in political representation in Europe have been overlooked until very recently. Yet, with the sustained increase of immigrant populations all over Europe, an increasing body of scholarship points to the alarming gap in the political representation of citizens of immigrant descent in European societies. What are the factors that...
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¿Qué papel juega la identidad nacional en la conformación de actitudes de apoyo o rechazo a la UE? En principio, la primera respuesta intuitiva nos llevaría a afirmar que juega un papel negativo. La UE es una construcción supranacional que se basa en la cesión de soberanía (mayor o menor) de los estados que la conforman mientras que las identidades...
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¿Qué papel juega la identidad nacional en la conformación de actitudes de apoyo o rechazo a la UE? En principio, la primera respuesta intuitiva nos llevaría a afirmar que juega un papel negativo. La UE es una construcción supranacional que se basa en la cesión de soberanía (mayor o menor) de los estados que la conforman mientras que las identidades...
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En las últimas décadas, la reagrupación familiar se ha convertido en un fenómeno de creciente intensidad, contribuyendo a un importante incremento del flujo poblacional extranjero en las sociedades europeas. A veces vinculada con la idea de inmigrantes dependientes, otras veces concebida como estrategia de inserción labroal, la migración por razone...
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The determinants of the distinct levels of party vertical integration and their influence on internal factions' strategies have been certainly understudied so far, and those few works attempting to do it have focused on statewide political parties. Here we claim that party organization eventually affects the behavior of internal factions, so that f...

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