The fight against corruption has been at the heart of recent mass protests across the world. But does corruption drive political participation, and if so, who is it mobilising? Research by Raffaele Bazurli and Martín Portos suggests – counterintuitively – that people with less education are the most likely to rise up
Conex-Plus Marie Curie Fellow, Department of Social Sciences, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
In 2018 Martín won the Juan Linz Best PhD Dissertation Award in Political Science and the ISA’s Worldwide Competition for Junior Sociologists.
He has published on political participation, social movements, and inequalities, in journals including American Behavioral Scientist; Information, Communication & Society; Regional Studies; and West European Politics.