Marinova , Dani

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Dani Marinova joined the Department of Political Science and Public Law at the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 2015. Her research is currently funded by a Marie Skłodowska Curie grant from the European Commission. Previously, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the Political Economy Cluster at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. She completed a PhD in Political Science at Indiana University in 2012.


Research interests include comparative political behavior, political economy and welfare policy. She studies how political and economic contexts condition citizens’ electoral behavior and in turn shape democratic representation. Her book Coping with Complexity: How Voters Adapt to Unstable Parties (ECPR Press, 2016) won the GESIS Klingemann Prize in 2017. Her current project, titled “Labor Market Segmentation and Political Participation”, examines how labor market inequalities condition inclusion in the political process.


Recent publications:

  • Marinova, DM. 2016. Coping with Complexity: How Voters Adapt to Unstable Parties. Colchester: ECPR Press.
  • Marinova, DM. 2016. “On the Use of Crowdsourcing Labor Markets in Research.” Perspectives on Politics 14(2).
  • Marinova, DM. 2016. “Political Knowledge in Complex Information Environments.” Acta Politica 51(2).
  • Hellwig, TH., and Marinova, DM. 2015. “More Misinformed than Myopic: Economic Retrospections and the Voter’s Time Horizon.” Political Behavior 37(4).
  • Marinova, DM. 2015. “A New Approach to Estimating Electoral Instability in Parties.” Political Science Research and Methods 3(2).
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