The electoral instability in party competition as an evidence of the European crisis

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Nell'intervista a Luiss Open del 7 Ottobre 2019, Vincenzo Emanuele presenta i risultati di un recente articolo pubblicato su Government and Opposition e scritto in collaborazione con Alessandro Chiaramonte e Sorina Soare. Riportiamo di seguito il testo integrale dell'intervista. Professor Emanuele, based on your experience, what are the competences that must belong to a researcher interested in political party systems? The fundamental feature is flexibility, from two particular points of view. Firstly, “flexibility” in terms of a great international openness: it is necessary to gain experience abroad, to avail of even short...

Settembre si apre con l'evento annuale più importante per la scienza politica italiana: il convegno annuale della Società Italiana di Scienza Politica. L'evento - di respiro internazionale, e che quest'anno si terrà presso l'Università del Salento a Lecce, dal 12 al 14 settembre - ospiterà centinaia di ricercatori italiani e stranieri. Anche quest'anno il CISE parteciperà con una nutrita rappresentanza. Saranno ben undici i lavori che verranno presentati e discussi da studiosi CISE durante la conferenza. I temi trattati saranno molteplici e spazieranno dal comportamento di voto a livello locale alle tematiche relative all'Europa...

With the new year, the CISE Seminar Series is back.  The new series will run from September to December 2019. The CISE Seminar Series was born from: 1) the need and interest of the CISE to establish a practice of open discussion for the work in progress of its researchers; 2) the aim to establish and consolidate a network of scientific interaction relating the CISE within the LUISS research community (both in the Department of Political Science and in other departments) and with other universities in the Rome area. As a result,...

Introduction: Understanding the European Parliament elections of 2019 Luana Russo, Mark N. Franklin, Lorenzo De Sio Part I − Comparative Overview Much ado about nothing? The EP elections in comparative perspective Davide Angelucci, Luca Carrieri, Mark N. Franklin Party system change in EU countries: long-term instability and cleavage restructuring Vincenzo Emanuele, Bruno Marino Spitzenkandidaten 2.0: From experiment to routine in European elections? Thomas Christiansen, Michael Shackleton Explaining the outcome. Second-order factors still matter, but with an exceptional turnout increase Lorenzo De Sio, Luana Russo, Mark N. Franklin Impact of issues on party performance Nicola Maggini, Lorenzo De Sio, Diego Garzia, Alexander H. Trechsel Part II − Results...

The European Parliament Elections of 2019 edited by Lorenzo De Sio, Mark N. Franklin and Luana Russo The first European Parliament elections after the Brexit referendum; the first after the election of Donald Trump and the success of populist parties (and the instalment of “populist” governments) around Europe; the first EP elections testing the institutionalization of the Spitzenkandidaten mechanism – the innovation that sought to link EP elections to the choice between candidates for President of the European Commission. The European Parliament elections of 2019 were a first in many aspects, pointing to relevant questions that might be answered once the...