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Publicacions finançades pel Framework Programme 7 o l'European Research Council de la Unió Europea en el marc del Projecte OpenAIRE (Open Access Infraestructure for Research in Europe) que promou l'accés obert a Europa.

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  • Brando, Nicolás; Morales-Gálvez, Sergi (Taylor & Francis, 2019)
    The Scottish referendum, and the Kurdish and Catalan endeavours to organise unilateral independence referenda has made secession, once again, a prominent political issue. Understanding what entitles collectives to claim ...
  • Tsantila, Fotini; Amann, Benedikt Lorenz; MENTUPP consortium members (Springer, 2023)
    Objective: Multicomponent interventions are recommendable to achieve the greatest mental health benefits, but are difficult to evaluate due to their complexity. Defining long-term outcomes, arising from a Theory of Change ...
  • Godechot, Olivier; Neumann, Nils; Apascaritei, Paula; Boza, István; Hallsten, Martin; Henriksen, Lasse; Hermansen, Are; Hou, Feng; Jung, Jiwook; Kodama, Naomi; Křížková, Alena; Lippényi, Zoltán; Elvira, Marta M.; Melzer, Silvia Maja; Mun, Eunm; Sabanci, Halil; Soener, Matthew; Thaning, Max (Oxford University Press, 2023)
    The upswing in finance in recent decades has led to rising inequality, but do downswings in finance lead to a symmetric decline in inequality? We analyze the asymmetry of the effect of ups and downs in finance, and the ...
  • Wietzke, Frank Borge (Elsevier, 2024)
    Africa’s so-called ‘new middle classes’ are receiving increasing attention. So far, much of this debate has been based on ‘objective’ criteria like household income or asset wealth. This article follows an emerging literature ...
  • Gregorio de Souza, Jonas; Riris, Philip (Elsevier, 2024)
    Understanding past population dynamics in lowland South America relative to changes in subsistence is crucial for drawing comparisons with global processes. Here, we use aggregated radiocarbon data as a palaeodemography ...
  • Lanau, Alba (SAGE Publications, 2023)
    An increasing number of children are growing up in reconstituted households, formed by a couple and a non-common child. Reconstituted households tend to be poorer, which is associated with worse behavioural and developmental ...
  • Lanau, Alba (Taylor & Francis, 2022)
    Using data from 22 European countries this paper examines intra-household inequality between children and adults. Households allocate resources according to dynamic rules that consider age, gender, kinship and labor market ...
  • Ollé Espluga, Laia; Vergara Duarte, Montserrat; Menéndez Fuster, María; Benach, Joan; Vázquez, María Luisa (Université Laval. Département des Relations Industrielles, 2019)
    The action of health and safety representatives (HSRs) has proven beneficial for workers’ occupational health, but a number of determining factors can diminish HSRs’ effectiveness. One understudied factor shaping HSRs’ ...
  • Lanau, Alba; Matolcsi, Andrea (Cambridge University Press, 2022)
    Data on the sex industry is notably hard to obtain. Existing evidence points towards an increase in the number of people selling sex, particularly through the online industry. The growing and increasingly diverse population ...
  • Domínguez Barragán, Jorge; Fernández Sanlés, Alba, 1988-; Hernáez, Álvaro; Llauradó-Pont, Joana; Marrugat de la Iglesia, Jaume; Robinson, Oliver; Tzoulaki, Ioanna; Elosua Llanos, Roberto; Lassale, Camille (Oxford University Press, 2024)
    Aims: Diet quality might influence cardiometabolic health through epigenetic changes, but this has been little investigated in adults. Our aims were to identify cytosine-phosphate-guanine (CpG) dinucleotides associated ...
  • Turculet, Georgiana (Taylor & Francis, 2023)
    Human activities are being increasingly regulated by means of technologies. Smart borders regulating human movement are no exception. I argue that the process of digitization – including through AI, Big Data and algorithmic ...
  • Shekari, Mahnaz; Verwer, Eline E.; Yaqub, Maqsood; Daamen, Marcel; Buckley, Christopher, 1948-; Frisoni, Giovanni B.; Visser, Pieter Jelle; Farrar, Gill; Barkhof, Frederik; Gispert López, Juan Domingo; Boellaard, Ronald; AMYPAD Consortium (Springer, 2023)
    Background: Image harmonization has been proposed to minimize heterogeneity in brain PET scans acquired in multi-center studies. However, standard validated methods and software tools are lacking. Here, we assessed the ...
  • Gall, Louis; Jardí Pujol, Ferran; Lammens, Lieve; Piñero González, Janet, 1977-; Souza, Terezinha; Rodrigues, Daniela; Jennen, Danyel; de Kok, Theo M.; Coyle, Luke; Chung, Seung-Wook; Ferreira, Sofia; Jo, Heeseung; Beattie, Kylie A.; Kelly, Colette; Duckworth, Carrie A.; Pritchard, Mark; Pin, Carmen (Wiley, 2023)
    We have built a quantitative systems toxicology modeling framework focused on the early prediction of oncotherapeutic-induced clinical intestinal adverse effects. The model describes stem and progenitor cell dynamics in ...
  • Valle-Hita, Cristina; Díaz López, Andrés; Becerra-Tomás, Nerea; Toledo, Estefania; Cornejo-Pareja, Isabel; Abete, Itziar; Sureda Gomila, Antoni; Bes-Rastrollo, Maira; Martínez, José Alfredo; Tinahones Madueño, Francisco José; Tur, Josep A.; Garcidueñas-Fimbres, Tany E.; París-Pallejá, Francisco; Goday Arno, Alberto; Goñi-Ruiz, Nuria; Salas Salvadó, Jordi; Babio, Nancy (Elsevier, 2023)
    Background & aims: Ultra-processed food (UPF) consumption has increased dramatically over the last decades worldwide. Although it has been linked to some cardiometabolic comorbidities, there is limited evidence regarding ...
  • Kriesi, Hanspeter; Vrânceanu. Alina (Cambridge University Press, 2023)
    We study whether and how governments influence public opinion about immigration policies in Europe. At the European level, conflicts about policy are generally territorial in nature – that is, they involve conflicts between ...
  • Anza-Ramirez, Cecilia; Lazo, Mariana; Zafra-Tanaka, Jessica Hanae; Avila-Palencia, Ione; Bilal, Usama; Hernández-Vásquez, Akram; Knoll, Carolyn; Lopez-Olmedo, Nancy; Mazariegos, Mónica; Moore, Kari A.; Rodriguez, Daniel A.; Sarmiento, Olga L.; Stern, Dalia; Tumas, Natalia; Miranda, Juan Jaime (Nature Research, 2022)
    Latin America is the world’s most urbanized region and its heterogeneous urban development may impact chronic diseases. Here, we evaluated the association of built environment characteristics at the sub-city —intersection ...
  • Tumas, Natalia; Rodríguez López, Santiago; Bilal, Usama; Ortigoza, Ana F.; Diez Roux, Ana V. (Elsevier, 2022)
    We examined associations of individual-, neighborhood- and city-level education -as proxies of SES at different levels-, with diabetes, hypertension, obesity, smoking and binge drinking (non-communicable disease risk factors ...
  • Popic, Tamara; Schneider, Simone M.; Asensio, Maria (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
    This article investigates to what extent austerity-oriented measures introduced in the Portuguese health sector during the recent economic crisis were associated with changes in the public opinion on healthcare. We conducted ...
  • Schneider, Simone M. (Oxford University Press, 2019)
    This study proposes subjective social status—a person’s perception of his/her standing in the social hierarchy—is an important psychological mechanism driving the inequality-satisfaction link. Building on sociological and ...
  • Bustos, Paula; Garber, Gabriel; Ponticelli, Jacopo (Oxford University Press, 2020)
    Several scholars argue that high agricultural productivity can retard industrial development because it draws resources toward the comparative advantage sector, agriculture. However, agricultural productivity growth can ...

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