Pubblicazioni scientifiche

Pubblicazioni scientifiche

Pubblicazioni scientifiche

Per citare l’articolo: Paparo, A., De Sio, L., & Brady, D. W. (2020). PTV gap: A new measure of party identification yielding monotonic partisan attitudes and supporting comparative analysis. Electoral Studies, 63, 102092, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2019.102092 Scarica l'articolo qui. Abstract: Despite the cornerstone role of party identification for analyzing voting behavior in the United States, its measurement (in terms of the classic American National Electoral Studies – ANES – seven-point scale) is affected by a systematic problem of non-monotonicity,...

Per citare l’articolo: Chiaramonte, A., De Sio, L. and Emanuele, V. (2020), ‘Salvini’s success and the collapse of the Five-star Movement: The European elections of 2019', Contemporary Italian Politics, DOI:10.1080/23248823.2020.1743475. Scarica l’articolo qui ABSTRACT The European Parliament elections of 2019 in Italy can be considered as a crucial turning point for the national political system. Indeed, both the balance of power among parties and the governmental dynamics were deeply affected by the outcome of the 2019 elections. In a context of notable electoral instability, an almost perfect turnaround...

Per citare l'articolo: Emanuele, V. and Sikk, A. (2020), '​Party crashers? Modeling genuinely new party development paths in Western Europe', Party Politics, DOI:10.1177/1354068820911355. Scarica l'articolo qui Abstract Western Europe has recently experienced the emergence of successful new parties, but while single parties or countries have been extensively studied, insufficient attention has been devoted to this phenomenon from a comparative and long-term perspective. By relying on an original data set covering 20 countries and 344 parliamentary elections, this article presents the first analysis of West European...

Per citare l'articolo: Carolina Plescia, Sylvia Kritzinger & Lorenzo De Sio (2019) "Filling the Void? Political Responsiveness of Populist Parties", Representation, 55:4, 513-533, DOI: 10.1080/00344893.2019.1635197 Scarica l'articolo qui. Abstract: This paper examines the responsiveness of populist parties to the salience of issues amongst the public focusing on a large number of issues on which parties campaign during elections. The paper investigates both left- and right-wing populist parties comparatively in three countries, namely Austria, Germany and Italy. We find that while populist parties carry out an...

Per citare l'articolo: Emanuele, V. and Chiaramonte, A. (2020), 'Going out of the ordinary. The de-institutionalization of the Italian party system in comparative perspective', Contemporary Italian Politics, https://doi.org/10.1080/23248823.2020.1711608. Scarica l'articolo qui ABSTRACT Since 2013, the Italian party system has been in turmoil as the old bipolar structure has been swept away by the emergence of new competitors and skyrocketing voter volatility. Instead of being characterized by stabilization, the 2018 general election continued to show turmoil, with a substantial shift in the balance of power...