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Authors Alessandro Chiaramonte is Full Professor of Political Science at the University of Florence, Italy.Vincenzo Emanuele is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Luiss Guido Carli in Rome, Italy. Endorsements “Despite the many studies on the crises of Western European party systems over the past three decades, few are theoretically novel and even fewer are characterized by relevant empirical assessments. This groundbreaking book is indeed one of them. Chiaramonte and Emanuele offer an encompassing account of the evolution of party systems in Western Europe, an excellent discussion...

To cite the article: Davide Angelucci & Davide Vittori (2022) Are All Populist Voters the Same? Institutional Distrust and the Five Star Movement in Italy, South European Society and Politics, DOI: 10.1080/13608746.2022.2028503 The article is open access and can be accessed here. Abstract Are all populist voters the same? We focus on a valence populist party case (Five Star Movement) to answer this question. We inquire whether faithful populist voters, new populist voters, populist defectors and non-populist voters all have the same level of institutional trust. Our focus is...

To cite the article: Carrieri, L., & Angelucci, D. (2021). The Valence Side of the EU: EU Issue Voting in the Aftermath of the Eurozone Crisis. Swiss Political Science Review, 00, 1– 20. https://doi.org/10.1111/spsr.12492 The article is open access and can be accessed here. Abstract In the aftermath of the Euro crisis, EU issues have increasingly affected electoral behaviour, explaining a sizable shift in votes from the Europhile to Eurosceptic parties. This paper advances the argument that EU issue voting is not entirely encompassed in a divisive (pro-/anti-) EU dimension, testing the hypothesis...

To cite the article: Emanuele, V., Santana, A., and Rama, J. (2021), 'Anatomy of the Italian populist breakthrough: a ‘demarcationist’ fuel driving Lega and Five-star Movement electoral success?' Contemporary Italian Politics, DOI:10.1080/23248823.2021.2000346 The article is open access and can be accessed here Abstract At the 2018 general election, Italy’s two main populist parties, the Five-star Movement (M5s) and the League (Lega), achieved unprecedented success. They secured an absolute majority of votes and seats and eventually gave birth to the first government in Western Europe to...

Per citare il libro: Come siamo cambiati? Opinioni, orientamenti politici, preferenze di voto alla prova della pandemia / N. Maggini e A. Pedrazzani. - Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, collana QUADERNI n. 40, 2021. - ISBN 978-88-6835-4312. Scarica l'eBook in formato PDF/mobi/ePub qui Abstract Primo Paese occidentale a essere colpito dalla pandemia da Covid-19, dal febbraio 2020 l’Italia è stata investita da un intreccio di cambiamenti sociali, economici e politici senza precedenti. L’emergenza sanitaria ha comportato uno stravolgimento delle modalità...