Institut für Politische Wissenschaft
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Joan Enguer graduated with a double BA in Law and Political Sciences (University of Valencia), and then completed a MA in Secondary Education (University of Valencia), as well as a MA in Political Analysis (Open University of Catalonia). Within the scope of the last-mentioned programme, he developed the final master’s thesis “Determining voting variables for the regionalist left-wing parties in the regions of Valencia and Navarra”, which allowed him to test the significant predictors of the vote in favour of regionalist left-wing political parties using quantitative methods. Since April 2021 he has been PhD candidate under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Tosun in the framework of the ERC-funded project “Deep Decarbonization: The Democratic Challenge of Navigating Governance Traps” (DeepDCarb).
As a PhD candidate he aims to contribute to scientific understanding and inform implementation of commitment devices to deliver deep decarbonization from both a cross-national and longitudinal perspective since 1990. In this sense, his work involves considering issues of time and temporality, the extent to which the devices reconcile the demands for flexibility and stability of the actors over time, and the way these devices are packaged in different countries.
Enguer, J. & Barberá, O. (accepted) «La reestructuración de la competición electoral en la Comunitat Valenciana (2011-2019)» In: Debats (see https://revistadebats.net)