Juan Triviño Salazar
Postdoctoral Researcher Juan de la Cierva-Formación
I am currently a Juan de la Cierva post-doctoral fellow at IBEI, and in parallel to this position, I also work for the Horizon 2020 Transcrisis project at IBEI. My research engages in questions about public policy, political participation and inclusion, local politics and immigration and integration. I also collaborate with the research group GRITIM at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). I have taught undergrad and master courses on public policy, international relations, comparative politics and immigration at UPF and IBEI. In January 2016, I defended my PhD thesis titled “Political parties and immigrant associations: alliances in the presence of politicized immigration conflicts. A comparative study”. From 2012 to 2015, I was a Catalan Government FI-AGAUR pre-doctoral fellow. I have done academic stays at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York and McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada and another one at the FEGS in Caracas, Venezuela. I hold a Mundus-Mapp double degree master in public policy (IISS-The Hague and IBEI-Barcelona) funded by the Erasmus Mundus program and an MSc in European relations (Linköping University-Sweden).
Background and education
- (2016) PhD in Political and Social Sciences, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
2016. PhD Cum Laude
2004. Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs 'Magna Cum Laude'
Professional memberships & affiliations
European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR)
European network of scholars in the area of migration and integration (IMISCOE)
- Urban governance
- Immigration and integration
- Public Policy
- Multilevel governance
- Political participation
IBEI Research Clusters
- Enhancing the EU's Transboundary Crisis Management Capacities: Strategies for Multi-Level Leadership (TRANSCRISIS) (Researcher | Contact person)
- Self-government and accountability for social policies (Researcher)
- 2018.Who is Your Ally? Political Parties as Elite Allies of Immigrant Associations LocallyJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,Doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2018.1526060Link
- 2018.Local politics and immigration: mobilizing immigrant associations beyond small-scale citiesIn: T. Caponio, R. Zapata-Barrero, and P. Scholten (eds.)The Routledge Handbook of the Governance of Migration and Diversity in CitiesLondon:Palgrave MacmillanLink
- 2018.European transboundary crises and EU agencies: Examining board members' attitudes towards crisis involvement.IBEI Working Papers, 2018/55.Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals.
- 2017.The politics of immigration locally: alliances between political parties and immigrant organizationsEthnic and Racial Studies,Link
- 2017.European Union Agencies: A transnational logic?.IBEI Working Papers, 2017/54.Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals.
- 2015.La regulación política de los conflictos relacionados a la diversidad en el espacio públicoIn: R. Zapata-BarreroLas condiciones de la interculturalidad: gestión local de la diversidadValencia:Tirant lo blanc
- 2015.Immigrant associations and political participation: when language matters. The case of CataloniaIn: R. Medda and A. Carla (eds.)Migration in Autonomous Territories. The Case of South Tyrol and CataloniaLeiden:Brill Publishers
- 2014.Immigrant organizations and the politicization of cultural diversity in the cityAnalytical and Synthetic Note,2014/03. Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. European University Institute
- 2013.The promise of transformation through participation: an analysis of Communal Councils in Caracas, VenezuelaWorking Paper 558. Erasmus University of Rotterdam’s International Institute of Social Studies,