Moa Mårtensson

Forskare vid Statsvetenskapliga institutionen, Forskare och lärare

018-471 2799
Östra Ågatan 19
753 22 Uppsala
Box 514
751 20 UPPSALA

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Moa Mårtensson, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the Department of Government, Uppsala University, where she currently teaches courses on European Union politics and comparative politics, and previously taught methods. She defended her doctoral thesis, Political Representation in the European Union: A Multi-Channel Approach, in January 2016. Mårtensson's research interests are in the areas of European Union politics, political opposition, social and political equality, and citizen attitudes to climate policy. During the years 2011-2015 she was the coordinator of the Swedish Network for European Studies in Political Science and the editorial secretary of its annual yearbook, Europaperspektiv, with the primary responsibility for editing its content. During the years 2017-2019, she participated in the REMINDER project, a consortium of 14 organizations that received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 program to explore the economic, social and political challenges of free movement within the EU. From 2017 to 2023, she worked on "The Paradox of Political Opposition in Multilevel Europe" and ”Minority and Female Politicians as Role Models”, in projects funded by the Swedish Research Council. She currently leads the project "Shifting the Calculus of Candidacy? Assessing the Impact of Hostile Political Climates on the Political Ambitions of Marginalized Groups", and participates in three projects exploring if and how the welfare state shapes citizen attitudes to costly climate measures: "Climate Policy as a Social Question" and "Can social policy reduce the risk of polarization over climate change mitigation?, both funded by Formas, and "Do welfare systems shape public support for climate action? A cross-country experimental assessment", funded by the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation.

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Moa Mårtensson
Senast uppdaterad: 2021-03-09