I am a Postdoc at Princeton University’s Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice. I received my PhD from the European University Institute’s Department of Social and Political Sciences in June 2022. I was a visiting researcher at the NYU Wilf Family Department of Politics during the fall 2021 semester.
My research interest lies in the fields of comparative politics and international relations, and I am currently writing on the legacy of conflict and authoritarian regimes on identities and behaviors.
On this website, you can find more information About me and my Research. Part of this work has been published or recently accepted for publication in The Journal of Politics, Journal of Conflict Resolution, and PLoS one.
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Dinas, Elias, Sergi Martínez, and Vicente Valentim, 2022. Social Norm Change, Political Symbols, and Expression of Stigmatized Preferences. Conditionally accepted, The Journal of Politics.
Martínez, Sergi, Elias Dinas and Vicente Valentim, 2022. Symbolic Conflict Resolution and Ingroup Favoritism. Forthcoming at the Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Espadafor, Mar, and Sergi Martínez, 2021. The negative consequences of sports betting opportunities on human capital formation. Evidence from Spain. PLoS ONE 16(10), e0258857.
Martínez, Sergi. Type of violence and ingroup identity, evidence from the Spanish civil war. Revise and Resubmit.
Martínez, Sergi. Authoritarian indoctrination through selective repression.
Draft available upon request.
Martínez, Sergi, and Giacomo Lemoli. Backlash against the U.S? Evidence from WWII in Italy.
Gándara-Guerra, Nerea, Sergi Martínez, and Ana Ruipérez Núñez. De-Commemoration Policies on Public Opinion Formation. Registered pre-analysis plan at egap.org.
Lemoli, Giacomo, and Sergi Martínez. Elites, Identities, and Conflict in Diverse Societies.
Project funded by the Identities and Ideologies project of New York University.