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2018 Author (s): Daniel Hojman Álvaro Miranda Agency, Human Dignity, and Subjective Well-being Journal  - World Development
2018 Author (s): Ignacio Madero-Cabib Felipe Diaz-Toro, Esteban Calvo, Ursula Staudinger Heartbreaking Careers in Old Age: Retirement Sequences as a Non-Traditional Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Diseases Journal  - Circulation
2016 Author (s): Nicolás Angelcos Subjetividad, cuerpo y afecto en la teoría sociológica Journal  - Estudios Avanzados
2018 Author (s): Roberto González Hornsey, M.; Bain, P.; Harris, E.; Lebedeva, N.; Kashima, E.; Guan, R.; Chen, X.; Blumen, S. How much is enough in a perfect world? Cultural variation in ideal levels of happiness, pleasure, freedom, health, self-esteem, longevity, and inteligence Journal  - Psychological Science

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2017 In Process Urban citizenship in the ethnified city: politics of inhabitance in immigrant squatter settlements in Greater Santiago This project seeks to analyse how immigrants that reside in a squatter settlement in Greater Santiago reconceptualise the notion of citizenship in a context where, in addition to residing “informally”,[...]
Principal Researchear: Miguel Pérez Ahumada
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2015 In Process The effect of corruption perceptions on political engagement The goal of this project is to study the relation between corruption perceptions and political engagement
Principal Researchear: Gloria Jiménez-Moya Co-Investigator (s): Roberto González, Paula Luengo

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