The CSIC Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP) continue and advance the research project of former Advanced Social Studies Institute (IESA) (1987-1999) and CSIC Comparative Politics and Policy Unit (1999-2007).
The mission of the Institute is to advance knowledge in a specific domain of the relationship between the society, the market and the state.
The objective will be to go deeply into the comparative analysis and understanding of the nature of a singular type of goods, public and collective goods, as well as the processes of definition and implementation of public policies and their mutual interactions. It is a major goal of the Institute to produce knowledge that can be used and evaluated by the scientific community, as well as knowledge relevant for social actors, institutions and governments.
Koen Jonkers; Gemma. E. Derrick, Carmen Lopez-Illescas & P. Van den Besselaar (2014) “Measuring the scientific impact of e-research infrastructures: a citation based approach?” Scientometrics 101 (2), pp 1179-1194
Marta Fraile & S. Iyengar (in press) “Not All News Sources Are Equally Informative: A Cross-National Analysis of Political Knowledge in Europe” The International Journal of Press/Politics (forthcoming)
Romero-Jordan, D.; Pablo del Rio & M. Burguillo (2014) "Modeling Fuel Demand of Passenger Cars in Spain: A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis Using the Generalized Method of Moments". Journal for Transport Economics and Policy, 48 (2) 315-332 (18)