Luis Moreno Fernández

Email: luis.moreno [at]
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Doctor Vinculado Ad Honorem
Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos
Departamento de Economía y Política
Group: Políticas Sociales y Estado de Bienestar (POSEB)
Luis Moreno Fernández

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Emeritus Research Professor on Social Sciences (Doctor Ad Honorem) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in the Institute of Public Goods and Polices (IPP). Member of the Research Group POSEB (Social Policies and Welfare State).

Ph.D. in Social Sciences (Politics) by the University of Edinburgh. Managing Secretary of the Institute for Advanced Social Studies, which was the institutional precursor of the Unit for Comparative Politics and Policies and the ongoing IPP. Honorary Fellow at Edinburgh University, he has been professor and researcher in several European and North American universities, and Jean Monnet Senior Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence. He is invited professor of several postgraduate courses.

As a political sociologist, two are his long-standing lines of comparative research: (a) Social policy and welfare state, and (b) Power and territorial politics. His scientific contributions have dealt with citizenship, collective identities, decentralization, Europeanization, federalism, multi-level governance, European Social Model, and welfare institutions and policies.

He has participated in 29 research projects awarded by competitive sources and 12 commissioned research contracts by Spanish and European institutions. For internet access to his 31 books, 147 peer-reviewed and indexed articles and book chapters, as well as to his 190 book reviews, proceedings and other academic texts, please check profile links below these lines.

According to Google Scholar Citations his H-index is 62 (Total citations: 17.082. International rankings and positions: Political Science, no. 31; Ciencia Política, no,1; Sociology, no. 69; Sociología, no. 1). Awarded exceptional achievement in research by the Spanish National Agency for the Evaluation of Research Activity (CNEAI) (36 years, maximum number of 6-year periods to be assessed, 1984-2019).