TEAM

Marina Costa Lobo

principal investigator
Marina Costa Lobo (PhD in Politics, Oxford University) is Principal Researcher at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon (ICS-UL), and a member of the Board of IPP – Instituto Políticas Públicas.
Her research interests include the role of leaders in electoral behaviour, political parties and institutions.

LINKS
Research Gate
Academia
ICS
Website

OTHER PROJECTS
> Bússola Eleitoral / Electoral Compass Portugal
> PPXXI: The Personalisation of Politics in the 21st Century
> IASPP: Infrastructure for Studying the Social and Political Attitudes of the Portuguese
> Political Parties Database Programme
> Barometer for the Quality of Democracy

Susana Rogeiro Nina

doctoral researcher
Susana is a PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at ICS-UL. She holds a Master of Research in Political Science from ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute, and completed her BA in Political Science at the University of Beira Interior, Covilhã. 
​Her research interests include political behaviour, media effects, public opinion and applications of experimental methods in political science.

Ian McManus

post-doctoral researcher
Ian holds a PhD in Political Science from Northeastern University in Boston.
​His primary research is on comparative politics and international political economy. ​His work explores political polarisation in Europe in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and the effects of increased politicisation on social and economic policies. 

Efstratios-Ioannis Kartalis

doctoral researcher
Yani is a PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at ICS-UL. He earned his MRes in Political Science at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.
His research interests lie in the fields of political parties, political sociology and psychology, and automated data collection approaches for the social sciences.

Johannes Karremans

post-doctoral researcher
Johannes (Jan) Karremans holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute (EUI).
During his doctoral studies, he specialised in the comparative content analysis of party discourse, focusing in particular on how party/governments justify their policies to their voters. 

Pellegrino Cammino

project manager
Rino is PhD candidate in Comparative and European Politics at CIRCaP – University of Siena. ​
He has a Master’s degree in International Studies and an experience in the management of EU projects, with a focus on science communication and dissemination.

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COUNCIL

JOSÉ RAMÓN MONTERO

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid | Spain

VIRGINIE van INGELGOM

Université Catholique Louvain | Belgium

LIEVEN de WINTER

Université Catholique Louvain | Belgium

DIMITRI SOTIROPOULOS

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens | Greece

MICHAEL LEWIS-BECK

University of Iowa | USA

MARTIN ROSEMA

Universiteit Twente | The Netherlands