Dani Marinova is Serra Húnter lecturer at the Faculty of Political Sciences and Sociology at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Her lines of research focus on political behavior, political economy and gender studies. She studies how political and economic contexts condition citizens’ voting behaviour and, in turn, shape democratic representation. Her book manuscript “Coping with Complexity: How Voters Adapt to Unstable Parties” examines the processes of representation and accountability under the stresses of political instability and electoral uncertainty. Other ongoing projects trace the consequences of the economic recession for information seeking and voting behavior.