Manzano Espinosa

Científico Titular de OPIS
Dept. of Economics and Politics
Citizens and Institutions (CIP)
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I am a permanent Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Goods and Policies of CSIC since 2021. I was a professor in the Department of Applied Sociology at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) from 2009 to 2021. I hold a PhD in Political Science from the Autonomous University of Madrid and was a Doctoral Fellow of the Juan March Institute. I was a postdoctoral researcher at the Juan March Institute and have been a visiting scholar at Nuffield College (University of Oxford), New York University, and the Center for European Studies (SciencesPo Paris). My research focuses on the political economy of education and educational inequality, the use of ICTs, and citizen preferences for redistribution. The results of my work have been published in Cambridge University Press, Journal of Public Policy, Comparative Political Studies, Political Studies, Comparative European Politics, South European Society and Politics, Revista Internacional de Sociología, and Alianza Editorial.


The most recent

2023. "Automation versus openness: support for policies to address job threats" (with Alexander Kuo y Aina Gallego), Journal of Public Policy.

2022. “Technological Risk and Policy Preferences” (with Aina Gallego, Alexander Kuo y José Fernández-Albertos), Comparative Political Studies 55(1): 60-92.

2020. “La ciudadanía democrática ante las nuevas desigualdades” (with José Fernández-Albertos) in Alberto Penadés (ed.), REGENERACIÓN DEMOCRÁTICA, pages 24-39. Nueva Revista (Universidad Internacional de la Rioja) y Fundación Felipe González.

2019. “Origen familiar, uso del tiempo y de las tecnologías de la información” (with María Fernández-Mellizo), Revista Internacional de Sociología 77(3): e136.

2018. “Análisis de las diferencias en la competencia digital de los alumnos españoles” (with María Fernández-Mellizo), Papers: Revista de Sociología 103(2): 175-198.

2017. BRINGING DOWN THE EDUCATIONAL WALL. Political Regimes, Ideology and the Expansion of Education. New York: Cambridge University Press.