Ferrín, M. (2021). Self-Employed Women in Europe: Lack of opportunity or forced by necessity?Work, Employment and Society

García-Albacete, G and Lorente, J. Has the Great Recession Shaped a Crisis Generation of Critical Citizens? Evidence from Southern EuropeSouth European Society and Politics. Free copy.

Abenschön, S. and García-Albacete, G.. It’s a man’s online world. Personality traits and the gender gap in online political discussion. Information, Communication & Society.  Free copy.

Ferrín, M., Fraile, M., García-Albacete, G, Gómez, R. 2020, The Gender Gap in Political Interest Revisited. International Political Science Review 41 (4).

Ferrín, M., Fraile, M. and García-Albacete, G. 2019
Adult Roles and the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: A Comparative Study. West European Politics, 42 (7). 

Article awarded the Gordon Smith and Vincent Wright Memorial Prize 2019 for making a significant contribution to the study of comparative European politics. Read here.

Hoffman, O & García-Albacete, G. 2019, Political interest among European Youth with and without an Immigrant Background. Social Inclusion, 7:4. 

Ferrín, M., Fraile, M. and García-Albacete, G. 2019, Who learns in Information Rich Contexts? The Informative Effects of the 2015 Spanish Electoral Campaign. The International Journal of Press/Politics 24(3) 

García-Albacete, G. and Lorente, J. 2019, La juventud después de la austeridad. Comportamiento y actitudes políticas. Revista Internacional de Sociología, 77:4 

Fraile, M. and Sanchez-Vítores, 2019. Tracing the gender gap in political interest: a panel analysis. Political Psychology, 41: 89-106 doi: 

Sánchez-Vítores, I. 2018. Different governments, different interests: the gender gap in political interest. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, Vol. 26(3). Pp. 348-369.

Lorente, J., García-Albacete, G. and Martín, I. 2018, ¿Protesta en las urnas? El voto de los jóvenes españoles en las Elecciones Europeas (2009-2014). In Torcal, Mariano (Ed.) Opinión pública y cambio electoral en España. Claves ante el reto europeo y la crisis política y económica. Madrid: CIS. 

Ferrín, M., Fraile, M. and García-Albacete, G. 2018, Is It Simply Gender? Content, Format, and Time in Political Knowledge Measures. Politics & Gender, 14(2), 162-185. 

Fraile, M. 2018. “Brechas de género en la relación con la política: Implicación, conocimiento y participación”. Panorama Social 27 (primer semestre): 23-39. 

Ferrín, M., Fraile, M. and García-Albacete, G. 2017, The gender gap in political knowledge: Is it all about guessing? An experimental approachInternational Journal of Public Opinion Research, 26(1), 111-132

Marta Fraile y Raúl Gómez. 2017. Bridging the enduring gender gap in political interest in Europe: The relevance of promoting gender equality. European Journal of Political Research 56(3): 601-617 

Fraile, Marta and Raúl Gómez. 2015. “Why does Alejandro know more about politics than Catalina? Explaining the Latin American Gender Gap in Political Knowledge”. British Journal of Political Science DOI:10.1017/S0007123414000532.

Ferrín, Monica; Marta Fraile and Martiño Rubal. 2015. “Young and gapped? Studying civic knowledge of girls and boys in Europe”. Political Research Quarterly 68(1): 63-76.