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Chiaramonte, A. and Emanuele, V. (2015), 'Party System Volatility, Regeneration and De-Institutionalization in Western Europe (1945-2015)', Party Politics, Online First, DOI:10.1177/1354068815601330. Vincenzo Emanuele, interviewed by Gianmarco Botti (English translation by Elisabetta Mannoni) Vincenzo Emanuele, what is your paper about? Why is it innovative? This article, published on Party Politics in 2015, was written together with Alessandro Chiaramonte, professor at the University of Florence; and it mainly deals with the topic of institutionalization of party systems, which has a very long history, but has not been so much debated so far, for Western European countries. By institutionalization of party systems we mean stability and...

Chiaramonte, A. and Emanuele, V. (2015), 'Party System Volatility, Regeneration and De-Institutionalization in Western Europe (1945-2015)', Party Politics, Online First, DOI:10.1177/1354068815601330. Intervista a cura di Gianmarco Botti Vincenzo Emanuele, di cosa si occupa il suo articolo? Perché è innovativo? Le Interviste CISE mirano a divulgare l'attività di ricerca del CISE che produce pubblicazioni scientifiche in ambito italiano e internazionale. La formula dell'intervista, condotta da giovani tirocinanti del CISE, permette di presentare in modo semplice i contenuti delle pubblicazioni, superando le difficoltà del linguaggio tecnico e di strumenti statistici spesso sofisticati. Questo articolo è stato pubblicato da me e dal prof. Alessandro Chiaramonte dell’Università...

Vincenzo Emanuele e Alessandro Chiaramonte Emanuele, V. and Chiaramonte, A. (2016), 'A growing impact of new parties: mith or reality? Party system innovation in Western Europe after 1945', Party Politics, Online First, DOI:10.1177/1354068816678887 (.pdf here) http://ppq.sagepub.com/content/early/2016/11/17/1354068816678887.full Abstract Despite the large body of literature on the emergence and success of new political parties in Western Europe, few, if any, attention has been paid to investigate new parties from a systemic perspective, therefore exploring their potential effects on party systems. This article focuses on party system innovation (PSInn), defined as the aggregate level of ‘newness’ recorded in a party system at a given election. After...