Current research projects:
Strategies of Survival in Poor Households: The Role of Formal and Informal Support Networks in Times of Economic Crisis (Recercaixa, 2015ACUP 00145). Principal Investigators: Miranda Lubbers and Hugo Valenzuela. 2016-2020.
The Role of Social Transnational Fields in the Emergence, Maintenance and Decay of Ethnic and Demographic Enclaves (Spanish Ministry of Education, National R&D Excellence program, CSO2015-68687-P). Principal Investigators: Miranda Lubbers and José Luis Molina. 2016-2020.
An approximation to social cohesion in European societies through network science (Una aproximación a la cohesión social en sociedades europeas desde la ciencia de redes; Spanish Ministry of Education, Europa Investigación 2019; EIN2019-102971). Principal Investigator: Miranda J. Lubbers. 2019-2021.
"I live between four walls": Relational Vulnerability and Dignity in the Context of the Unipersonal Help Services of the Spanish Charitable Institutions (Fundación FOESSA, 2019). Principal Investigators: Hugo Valenzuela García, Miranda Lubbers, José Luis Molina. 2019-2020.
Recently concluded projects:
The Orthodox Church and the Community Dynamics of Romanian Residents in Catalonia: A Network Analysis (Generalitat de Catalunya; Research in Religious Diversity, 2015RELIG00001). Principal Investigator: Ángel Belzunegui Eraso. 2018.
Social Entrepreneurship: Local Embeddedness, Social Networking Sites and Theory Development (Spanish Ministry of Education, National R&D program, CSO2012-32635). Principal Investigator: José Luis Molina. 2012-2015.
Network Dynamics: Substantive Applications To Migration And Mobility In Europe (Spanish Ministry of Education, RYC-2010-06081). Principal Investigator: Miranda Lubbers, 2010-2015.
Immigration and Mixed Unions: Ethnicity and Social Integration (Spanish Ministry of Education, National R&D program, CSO2011-23242). Principal Investigator: Dan Rodríguez García. 2012-2015.
Social Influence in Dynamic Networks (European Science Foundation, 10_ECRP-44). Principal Investigator of the overall consortium: Anuska Ferligoj; PI of the Spanish team: Miranda Lubbers. 2012-2014.