Eva Anduiza IGOPEva Anduiza is Professor of Political Science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where she is also an ICREA Academia researcher and leads the Democracy, Elections and Citizenship research group. She holds a PhD from the European University Institute. She has taught at the universities of Salamanca and Murcia and is a 2018-19 fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. Her main areas of research address different aspects of citizens’ involvement in politics: the causes and consequences of electoral participation, political protest, digital media and political attitudes such as populism and sexism. She has published more than 25 articles in journals such as the American Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies or the European Journal of Political Research, 7 monographs, 4 edited books and more than 30 book chapters.


Email: eva.anduiza@uab.cat
Twitter: @evaanduiza
Web: evaanduiza.uab.cat
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ResearchGate Citations:


Political behaviour, gender, parties, populism, extreme right, political attitudes, polls.


“The political causes and consequences of emotions”, Agencia Española d’Investigación PID2020-113030RB-I00, PI Carolina Galais 2021-2023, 94.501 €

“Political Change in Spain: Populism, Feminism and new axis of conflict”, Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness grant CSO2017-83086-R, from 1/1/2018 to 31/12/2020, 100.000€ with Guillem Rico.

“Living with hard times: How European citizens deal with economic crises and their social and political consequences”, EU 7th Framework Programme grant FP7-SSH-613237, EU, from 1/11/2013 to 31/10/2016, 270.000€ (PI Marco Giugni, Université de Genève).


  1. Anduiza, Eva & Guillem Rico (2022) “Sexism and the far-right vote: the individual dynamics of gender backlashAmerican Journal of Political Science
  2. Pannico, Roberto & Eva Anduiza (2022) “On Time and Meaningful Partisanship: Stability, Strength and Sway of attachment to new partiesParty Politics
  3. Hernandez, Enrique, Eva Anduiza & Guillem Rico, (2021), “Affective polarization and the salience of elections”, Electoral Studies, 69