Eventi

Eventi

Eventi

A new, short series of five online seminars by CISE researchers, running in May and June 2021. See program below! The CISE Seminar Series (since 2018, the first regular seminar series in the Luiss Department of Political Science - DiSP) was originally born with the aim to: 1) establish a practice of open discussion for the work in progress of CISE researchers; 2) consolidate a network of in-person scientific interaction among the CISE, the broader LUISS research community, and other universities in the Rome area. Later on, a Luiss DiSP Department...

A multidisciplinary seminar series for empirical research on democratic representation The CISE (Italian Center for Electoral Studies) organizes a seminar series articulated on a weekly basis. The first series of seminars will run, on an experimental weekly basis, in November and December 2018. It was born from: the need and interest of the CISE to establish a practice of open discussion for the work in progress of its researchers; 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...

An international scientific conference organized by the CISE, in collaboration with the LUISS School of Government and the ITANES Association - Italian National Election Studies. Rome, 6-7 October 2011 Main Meeting Room LUISS School of Government Via di Villa Emiliani 14 Participants: Paolo Bellucci University of Siena David Brady Stanford University Bruno Cautres CNRS and CEVIPOF - Paris Pasquale Colloca University of Bologna Piergiorgio Corbetta University of Bologna Chistophe Crombez University of Leuven, Stanford University Roberto D’Alimonte LUISS Guido Carli  - Rome Lorenzo De Sio LUISS Guido Carli - Rome Morris Fiorina Stanford University Donald Green Columbia University Bernard Grofman University of California, Irvine Nicola Maggini SUM - Florence Radoslaw Markowski Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities Douglas Rivers Stanford University Hans M.A. Schadee University of Milano-Bicocca Hermann Schmitt University of...

Che ci dicono le elezioni francesi? un evento organizzato dal CISE e dalla LUISS School of Government 15 Maggio 2012 - ore 14:30 LUISS - Sala delle Colonne Viale Pola 12, Roma 14:00 Registrazione partecipanti 14:30 Indirizzo di saluto Leonardo Morlino, LUISS School Of Government Analisi della campagna e dei risultati della presidenziale Pascal Perrineau, Centre De Recherches Politiques de Sciences Po Le destre So­fia Ventura, Università Di Bologna - LUISS School of Government Le sinistre Marc Lazar, LUISS School of Government Quali sono le conseguenze delle elezioni francesi per l’Europa? Renaud Dehausse, Centre d’ Etudes Européennes de Sciences Po Conclusioni Leonardo Morlino,LUISS School of Government 16:15 Coffee break 16:30 Tavola rotonda:  che lezione per l’italia dalle elezioni francesi? moderano Roberto D’Alimonte, CISE Luiss Marc Lazar, Luiss School Of Government ne discutono Enrico Letta Gaetano...

Venerdi 20 settembre 2013, dalle ore 14.30 presso la LUISS Guido Carli (sede di Viale Romania 32 - aula Toti) si terrà il convegno "Le riforme istituzionali, i nodi da sciogliere": Di seguito il programma dell'evento: 14.30 Saluto introduttivo di Massimo Egidi, Rettore LUISS Guido Carli 14.40  Prima sessione: le forme di governo Presiede Enzo Cheli (Università La Sapienza e Vice Presidente Emerito della Corte Costituzionale) Relazioni: Leonardo Morlino (LUISS Guido Carli), Forme di governo e qualità delle democrazie Sergio Fabbrini (LUISS Guido Carli), La riforma del sistema di governo: un modello o un metodo? Marco Olivetti (Università di Foggia), Il governo parlamentare in Italia: le sue degenerazioni ed i correttevi necessari 15.30 Seconda...