Multidimensional poverty dynamics in Spain and other European countries
Poor people have a higher probability of facing additional shortages and a lower probability of suffering an existing shortage than people who are not poor.
Professionals improve their empathy towards older people after experiencing limitations associated with ageing
Experiment in which participants put themselves in the shoes of an elderly person by using an age simulation suit, shows that their empathic skills .
Social welfare systems and inequality in Europe
Spain’s social protection system is less redistributive than those of other EU countries. What reforms could help reduce economic inequality in Spain?
Detection of workplace bullying and its negative impact on psychological well-being
11.2% of the population present a high probability of suffering a situation of harassment in their workplace and may develop generalised anxiety disorder. How can possible cases of psychological harassment be detected?
Technocratic attitudes in Spain during the pandemic
In times of crisis, do citizens prefer to adopt a more technical type of government? According to this study, technocratic attitudes among Spanish people increased during the pandemic, especially among right-wing voters.