Department of Political Science, Constitutional Law and Philosophy of Law
Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science University of Barcelona Av. Diagonal 684 08034 Barcelona (+34)934034834 afalcogimeno(a)ub.edu
Political Science Schools and Methods (Degree in Political and Administration Sciences)Advanced Methods of Political and Social Analysis (Degree in Political and Administration Sciences)
Albert Falcó-Gimeno (www.falcogimeno.com) is a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science at University of Barcelona. Since 2011, he holds a PhD in Political ...
Albert Falcó-Gimeno (www.falcogimeno.com) is a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science at University of Barcelona. Since 2011, he holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and is Doctor-member in Social Sciences at the Juan March Institute, Madrid. In 2005 he got his BA (with Honours) in Political Science and Administration at UPF. Between 2005 and 2007 he took an MA in Social Science at the Juan March Institute in Madrid. His main lines of research are bargaining between parties in coalition and minority governments, and more generally, comparative politics, political economy, and electoral behavior- info
BA (Hons.) in Political and Administration Sciences
PhD in Political and Social Sciences
MA in Social Sciences
Comparative PoliticsCoalition governmentsPolitical EconomyParties, Parliaments, and Policy-Making
Amat, F.; Falcó-Gimeno, A. The Legislative dynamics of political decentralization in parliamentary democracies.
Comparative Political Studies.
. https://doi.org/10.1177/0010414013488550Falcó-Gimeno, A. Portfolio allocation under decentralization.
Publius-The Journal of Federalism.
. https://doi.org/10.1093/publius/pjt027Falcó-Gimeno, A.; Indridason, I.H. Uncertainty, complexity, and Gamson's law: comparing coalition formation in Western Europe.
West European Politics.
. https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2013.742758Falcó-Gimeno, A. The Use of control mechanisms in coalition governments: The role of preference tangentiality and repeated interactions.
. https://doi.org/10.1177/1354068811436052Falcó-Gimeno, A. Parties getting impatient: Time out of office and portfolio allocation in coalition governments.
British Journal of Political Science.
Participations in Congresses
Falcó-Gimeno, A.; Muñoz, J. Coalition signals and strategic voting: evidence from survey embedded experiments.
5th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association.
AUSTRIA. 2015Amat, F.; Falcó-Gimeno, A. When the median legislator matters: Redistribution and the investiture vote.
4th Annual General Conference of the European Political Science Association.
SCOTLAND. 2014Falcó-Gimeno, A.; Vallbé, J.J. Where are coalition agreements located?.
20th International Conference of Europeanists.