Intragenerational social mobility and segmented occupational trajectories – DINAMOS

DINAMOS is the acronym for Dynamics of Social Mobility in Spain, a coordinated project that is funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation within the framework of governmental programs for the Generation of Knowledge and Scientific and Technological Strengthening of the R & D & I System and R + D + I oriented to the Challenges of the Society, 2019.

As a coordinated project, it is made up of two subprojects:

-DINAMOS1 (Reference PID2019-106548GB-C21): Intragenerational social mobility and segmented occupational trajectories, coordinated by the Centre for Sociological Studies on Daily Life and Work of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, with Dr. ​​Pedro López-Roldan as main researcher.
-DINAMOS2 (Reference PID2019-106548GA-C22): Intergenerational social mobility: education as an explanatory mechanism, coordinated by the Department of Sociology of the Pablo de Olavide University, with Dr. Sandra Fachelli as main researcher, and the collaboration of researchers from the University of La Laguna and the University of Seville.

The scientific project is intended to investigate the dynamics of social change and transmission of social inequalities over time, both in terms of intragenerational social mobility and intergenerational social mobility, focused especially on the occupational and educational fields.

Start date: 01/06/2020
End date: 30/11/2023
Funding: Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades
Official reference: PID2019-106548GB-C21
Principal Investigator: Pedro López Roldán
Team: Antonio Martín Artiles, Andreu Lope, Pilar Carrasquer; Carrasquer; Cristian Segura, José Zawadsky, Claudia Baeza


Fachelli, S., Jorrat, J., & López-Roldán, P. (2021). Movilidad de clase intergeneracional sobre cohortes de nacimiento en Argentina y España. Revista Española De Sociología, 30(3), a59.

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