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To cite the article: Maggini, N. (2022). New Challenges for Representative Democracy: The Changing Political Space in Western Europe. Italian Journal of Electoral Studies QOE – IJES, Just Accepted. DOI: https://doi.org/10.36253/qoe-12629 The article is open access and can be accessed here. Abstract Globalisation and EU integration have reshaped political alignments in western Europe, with the emergence of new conflicts within a political space still ideologically structured in two dimensions (economic and cultural). However,...

To cite the article: Marco Improta, L’elisir di lunga vita? Sfiducia costruttiva e stabilità dei governi in prospettiva comparata, in "Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche" 2/2022, pp. 269-297, doi: 10.1483/104977 The article, published on Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche, can be accessed here. Abstract In multiparty parliamentary democracies, government stability is key for effective governance. A considerable body of literature investigated this issue emphasising structure- and crises-related explanations. Recently, a flourishing scholarship has been focussing on institutional determinants of government stability. Among the institutional...

To cite the article: Ladini, R., and Maggini, N. (2022), The role of party preferences in explaining acceptance of freedom restrictions in a pandemic context: the Italian case, Quality & Quantity, Online first, DOI: 10.1007/s11135-022-01436-3. The article is open access and can be accessed here. Abstract As a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic, several governments adopted disease containment measures limiting individual freedom, especially freedom of movement. Our contribution aims at studying the role played by party preferences in...

Alessandro Chiaramonte, Vincenzo Emanuele, Nicola Maggini, Aldo Paparo, Populist Success in a Hung Parliament: The 2018 General Election in Italy, South European Society and Politics, DOI:10.1080/13608746.2018.1506513. ABSTRACT The 2018 Italian general elections were a crucial test to assess the resilience of mainstream parties vis-à-vis the challenge provided by populist forces and the stabilisation of the tripolar party system emerged in 2013. The article analyses the outcome of the election, whose most remarkable result was the unprecedented success of two populist parties, the M5S and the Lega, by focusing on key aspects such as the new electoral system, the coalition-building process, the electoral...

To cite the article: Andrea Capati, Marco Improta & Federico Trastulli (2022) COVID-19 and party competition over the EU: Italy in Early Pandemic Times, European Politics and Society, DOI: 10.1080/23745118.2022.2095170. The article was published on European Politics and Society can be accessed here. Abstract Despite receiving much attention in the literature, existing analyses on the impact of Covid-19 on European societies and politics do not investigate the consequences for party competition over the European Union (EU) dimension. To this end, this article asks whether the pandemic affected the salience of...