Toni Rodon

Toni Rodon
Toni Rodon is a postdoctoral visiting scholar at the Department of Political Science at Stanford University (United States). He received his PhD at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). His research interests include political participation, political geography and the impact of ideology and nationalism upon political behavior. Recently, he has investigated the impact of universal enfranchisement on parties’ and individuals’ behavior.

Catalonia’s quest for independence: Plain dead or alive and kicking?

The outcome of the recent regional election in Catalonia (which was held on September 27th) has been read very differently by the pro-independence and the pro-union camps. The former have emphasized that pro-independence parties won, for the first time in Catalan history, a clear majority of seats in the Catalan ...

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