Meseguer, Covadonga

Dr Covadonga Meseguer  


Position held

Associate Professor in International Political Economy


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Covadonga Meseguer has PhD in Political Science (2002) and is member of the Juan March Institute for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences (Madrid, Spain). Covadonga has held teaching and research positions at New York University, European University Institute, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona Institute for International Studies, Nuffield College, Central European University, and the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics in Mexico City.

She writes on international migration, the internationalization of policies, and Latin American political economy. Her work has appeared or will appear in Studies in Comparative International Development, World Development, European Journal of Political Research, Latin American Politics and Society, European Journal of Political Economy, and others.

Her book manuscript "Learning, Policy Making, and Market Reforms" was published in 2009 by Cambridge University Press.

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Latin America

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Escriba-Folch, Abel and Meseguer, Covadonga and Wright, Joseph (2015) Remittances and democratization International Studies Quarterly, 59 (3). 571-586. ISSN 0020-8833


Meseguer, Covadonga and Burgess, Katrina (2014) International migration and home country politics Studies in Comparative International Development, 49 (1). 1-12. ISSN 0039-3606


Aparicio, Francisco Javier and Meseguer, Covadonga (2012) Collective remittances and the state: The 3×1 Program in Mexican municipalities World Development, 40 (1). 206-222. ISSN 0305750X

Meseguer, Covadonga and Aparicio, Francisco Javier (2012) Migration and distributive politics: the political economy of Mexico's 3 × 1 Program Latin American Politics and Society, 54 (4). 147-178. ISSN 1531426X

Meseguer, Covadonga and Aparicio, Francisco Javier (2012) Supply or demand? Migration and political manipulation in Mexico Studies in Comparative International Development, 47 (4). 411-440. ISSN 0039-3606


Meseguer, Covadonga and Escriba-Folch, Abel (2010) Learning, political regimes and the liberalisation of trade European Journal of Political Research, 50 (6). 775-810. ISSN 0304-4130


Meseguer, Covadonga and Gilardi, Fabrizio (2009) What is new in the study of policy diffusion? Review of International Political Economy, 16 (3). 527-543. ISSN 0969-2290

Meseguer, Covadonga (2009) Learning, policy making, and market reforms Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780521516969


Meseguer, Covadonga (2008) Learning from others Concepts & Methods Newsletter, 4 (2). 14-17.


Przeworski, Adam and Meseguer, Covadonga (2006) Globalization and democracy In: Bardhan, Pranab and Bowels, Samuel and Walllerstein, Michael, (eds.) Globalization and Egalitarian Redistribution. Russell Sage Foundation and Princeton University Press, New York, New York and Princeton, New Jersey., 169-191. ISBN 9780691125190

Meseguer, Covadonga (2006) Learning and economic policy choices European Journal of Political Economy, 22 (1). 156-178. ISSN 01762680

Meseguer, Covadonga (2006) Rational learning and bounded learning in the diffusion of policy innovations Rationality and Society, 18 (1). 35-66. ISSN 1043-4631


Meseguer, Covadonga (2005) Policy learning, policy diffusion, and the making of a new order The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 598 (1). 67-82. ISSN 0002-7162


León, Margarita and Diaz, Mercedes Mateo and Meseguer, Covadonga (2004) The Spanish case: who was mobilized and how? South European Society and Politics, 9 (1). 63-81. ISSN 1360-8746

Meseguer, Covadonga (2004) What role for learning?: the diffusion of privatisation in OECD and Latin American countries Journal of Public Policy, 24 (3). 299-325. ISSN 0143-814X

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