Université de Montreal
Department of Political Science
Program: PhDSupervisor: André Blais
Title: Its the Economy, Stupid! Or is it just the Elites? Explaining the Success of Regional Nationalism in Spain
My Project seeks to explain variations in public opinion among different regions in the same country. My research is on regional nationalist movements in Spain. I use analyses of time series of survey data and of coded parliamentary speeches, panel data, and experiments to explain why such movements have been more strongly supported by public opinion in two regions, Catalonia and the Basque Country, than in two other culturally-distinct regions, Galicia and Valencia.
Methods Grant, CSDC ($2500), International Exchange Grant, CSDC ($12,500), Doctoral Fellowship, FQRSC ($60,000)
Québec-Catalogne: Deux combats différents
Journal: La Presse
Does the Composition of Government Better Reflect the Party Preferences of Citizens who are Better Off, More Educated, and More Informed?
Conference Name: Second Annual Toronto Political Behaviour Workshop
Does the Composition of Government Reflect Citizens' Party Preferences?
Journal: Political Science Research and Methods
Linking Party Preference and the Composition of Government : A New Standard for Evaluating the Performance of Electoral Democracy
Journal: Political Science Research and Methods - First View
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Last Page: 17