Dinev, I. (2022) Bulgaria and Slovenia Protest Event Dataset (2009-2017): Protest cycles and protest patterns in Southeast Europe, In: Intersections. East European Journal of Society and Politics
Dinev, I. (2021) The Protest Mobilizations in Bulgaria since the Great Recession: Characteristics and Periodization (2009-2017), In: Politicheski Izsledvania/Political Studies
Dinev, I. (2020) The Dynamics of Class Mobilisations: Evidence from Protest Event Analysis in Bulgaria and Slovenia, SEER Journal for Labour and Social Affairs in Eastern Europe 23 (2), 245-266.
Dinev, I. (2019) General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (4–7. 09. 2019, Wroclaw), Sociological Problems, 2, 882-884.
Dinev, I. (2016) The Pendulum of the Mass Protest. The Winter of 2013, Bulgarian Ethnology, 1, 51-70.
Dinev, I. (2013) Between the Negative and the Positive protest, NotaBene, 24
Dinev, I. (2012) Between the Negative and the Positive protest. Pachkova, Petya (ed.). The civil protest: past, present, and future. Neofit Rilski, Blagoevgrad.
Selected conference presentations
“St. Cyril and St. Methodius” University of Veliko Tarnovo
Protest vote, protest parties and movement parties: conceptualization and trends in Bulgaria, Roundtable “Crisis, Conflicts, Pandemic”
10/2021 Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
Protest vote, protest parties and movement parties in Southeast Europe, Conference “Doctoral Readings”
06/2021 Discussion Forum: Foundation “Friedrich Ebert – Bulgaria” and CITUB
“The future of work and the digitalization“.
Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence
Conference “Class Without Consciousness” – the Politics of Fragmented Class Identities”
“Does class matter in the protest arena? Evidence from Eastern Europe”
Società Italiana di Scienza Politica Conference in Lecce
“Protest politics and the rise of populism: evidence from Bulgaria and Slovenia”
ECPR General Conference in University of Wroclaw
“Regime change and protest patterns in Eastern Europe”
ECPR General Conference in University of Oslo
“Memory dynamics in the Bulgarian post-socialist protest”
New Participatory Spaces Symposium, Westminster University, London
“Participatory spaces during mass mobilization”
Books and volumes
Dinev, I., Tomev, L., Todorova, А., Ivanova, V., Ivanova, Ts., Atanasov, B. (2020) Access to the labor market in Bulgaria of third country nationals, Funded by the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund of the European Union, Kamea:Sofia
In Bulgarian: Igor Štiks (2015) “New Left” in the Post-Yugoslav Space: Issues, Sites, and Forms, In: Socialism and Democracy, 29:3, 135-146
Dinev, I. & Bankov, P. (2021) Who will lead Bulgaria’s next government, LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP), 19 April