Back Martí, Jose Luis


Departament de Dret
Associate Professor

osé Luis Martí is Associate Professor of Philosophy of Law at Pompeu Fabra University since 2007. He holds a bachelor's degree in Law (1997) and PhD in Political and Social Sciences (2004) by the same university. He currently is University Commissioner for the Planetary Wellbeing Strategic Initiative (since 2021), and has been Vice-rector of Innovation of Pompeu Fabra University (2017-2021), Secretary General of the same university (2017), and director of the master's program in Advanced Legal Sciences (2010-2016) and of the master's program in European and Global Law (2016-2017). He has been principal investigator of a Recercaixa project on "Democratic culture and new forms of citizen participation" (2013-2016), a co-PI of a research project of the National R&D&I Plan on "Justice, legitimacy and global institutions" (2016-2019), and PI of the H2020 research project Reconstructing Democracy in a Time of Crisis (REDEM). He is co-editor of the journal Law, Ethics and Philosophy (LEAP). He has been Laurance S. Rockefeller Fellow of the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University (2008-2009) and a visiting professor at the University of Richmond (2014). 

Currently, José Luis Martí leads a multidisciplinary research project entitled Global Democracy Project, which studies ways of democratizing global and international institutions, and the development of legitimate spaces of global governance. His other main lines of research include republicanism, the theory of deliberative democracy and new technologies at the service of citizen participation. 

Research parameters: h-index is 19; i-10 index is 30.