Martín García

Investigador Científico de OPIS
Dpto. de Población
Grupo Dinámicas Demográficas
916022312 / Extensión interna: 441143

Redes sociales


Teresa Martín García is a Research Scientist in the Research Group on Demographic Dynamics at the Centre for Human and Social Sciences of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). She holds a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence and is a Doctor-member of the Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Studies in Madrid. She has been associate professor at Suffolk University (Madrid) and visiting professor at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcellona, the UPNA in Navarra and the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, where she has taught undergraduate and master's degree courses in Social Demography and Sociology of the Family. Her lines of research include fertility, the formation of (new) families in advanced societies, the interrelation of educational, labour and family trajectories for women and men, and the new role of men in family dynamics from an international perspective. Her research has been published in European Sociological Review, Journal of Family Issues, Population and Development Review, European Societies, and Demographic Research, among other journals. She has participated in numerous projects funded by the Spanish National R&D Plan, FP6 and FP7. She has also been PI of several projects, most recently on the role of men in family dynamics and the challenge of low fertility. She is currently leading the ULTRALOW project: “Present and future of ultralow fertility societies around the globe: A comparative study of Spain, South Korea and Uruguay.”

Sociología de la familia; Demografía social; Ciencias Sociales.

    Datos tomados de la base de datos ConCiencia

    Teresa Castro Martín; Teresa Martín García; Julia Cordero; Marta Seiz (2021). ¿Cómo mejorar la natalidad en España?. Estudios sobre la Economía Española.
    Martín-García, T. (2019). Crítica del Libro ¿Existe el amor maternal? Historia del amor maternal. Siglos XVII al XX, de Elisabeth Badinter. Encrucijadas. Revista Crítica de Ciencias Sociales, 18, 1-.
    Solera, C.; Martín-García, T. (2020). Does the Field of Study Affect Entry into Motherhood? Evidence from Italy. Population Review, 59, 1-25.
    Pardo, I.; Martín-García, T.; Castro-Martín, T.; Cabella, W. (2020). Fatherhood after Union Breakup in Uruguay: Transitory or Life-Long Commitment?. JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES, 41, 784-807.
    Seiz, M.; Castro-Martín, T.; Cordero, J.; Martín-García, T. (2022). La evolución de las normas sociales relativas a las transiciones familiares en España. Revista Española de Sociología, 31, 1-28.
    M.José González; Irene Lapuerta; Teresa Martín-García; Marta Seiz (2018). Satisfaction with Work-Life Balance: Couples with Egalitarian Practices in their Transition to First-Time Parenthood in Spain. L'Annee Sociologique, 68, 341-366.
    González, M.J.; Lapuerta, I.; Martín-García, T.; and Seiz, M. (2018). Anticipating and Practicing Fatherhood in Spain. En Fathers, Childcare and Work: Cultures, Practices and Policies (pp. 17-44). Editorial: Research Media / Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
    Teresa Castro-Martín; Teresa Martín-García; Julia Cordero; Marta Seiz; Cristina Suero (2021). Las causas de la muy baja fecundidad en la España actual. En Invasión migratoria y envejecimiento demográfico. Dos mitos contemporáneos. (pp. 97-121). Editorial: CATARATA, Los Libros de la.
    Seiz, M.; González, M.J.; Jurado-Guerrero, T.; Lapuerta, I.; Martín-García, T. (2019). Non-normative Couples in Spain: Mothers' Career Commitment, Fathers' Work Arrangements, and Egalitarian Ideology. En New Parents in Europe. Work-Care Practices, Gender Norms and Family Policies (pp. 169-186). Editorial: Edward Elgar Publishing.