Retrat de José Fernández-Albertos

Political scientist

Senior scientist at the Spanish National Research Council’s Institute for Public Goods and Policies. 

His area of study focuses on the effects borne by contemporary economic transformations on citizen preferences as regards social and economic policies. His latest book is entitled Antisistema. Desigualdad económica y precariado político [Anti-System. Economic Inequality and Political Precariousness] (Waterfall, 2018).

Articles by José Fernández-Albertos

Il·lustració © Joan Alturo
The generational gapThe policies sought by the new generations

The design of the current welfare state and the social and economic reality facing young people today suggest that their demands will be more of a qualitative (a reorientation of policy...

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