Dídac Gutiérrez-Peris is a teaching fellow and Associate Researcher at ESPOL with a focus on EU public opinion trends and citizens’ political attitudes. He has previously assisted the European Commission regarding pan-European institutional campaigns (2014-2020) and he works as an independent research consultant designing quantitative and qualitative international surveys for think tanks and media outlets. Dídac holds an M.Phil from the University College London on the sociological construction of European identity and a Double Master degree from the London School of Economics and Sciences Po Paris, where he pursued his B.A in Political Science. His most recent publications include “Representative democracy under pressure: shocks, agents and users”, in Representative Democracy in the EU, Recovering Legitimacy, Edited by Steven Blockmans and Sophia Russack, CEPS (2019); and “Improving representativeness in Europe: A story of missed and future opportunities” in Deliberative Democracy in the EU, Edited by Steven Blockmans and Sophia Russack, CEPS (2020).
Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan