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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...

Spring 2020: starting from February 19th, the regular Department Seminar Series resumes at the Luiss Department of Political Science (DiSP). Within the Department Seminar series, we at CISE have contributed by organizing six seminars, related to our research interests in political representation. 19 February 2020, h 13:00-14:30 (Room 409, Viale Romania 32)Party Competition in Western Europe: Introducing the Issue Competition Comparative Project (ICCP)Lorenzo De Sio (Luiss) 13 May 2020, h 13:00-14:30 (Room 411, Viale Romania 32)A Cleavage Theory of Political PartiesLiesbet Hooghe (European University Institute) Gary Marks (European University...

Emanuele, V. (2018), ‘Cleavages, institutions, and competition. Understanding vote nationalization in Western Europe (1965-2015)’, London: Rowman and Littlefield/ECPR Press. ISBN: 9781786606730   The study of how party systems are structured across territorial lines is a crucial research question for political scientists, whose answer is fraught with consequences for the political system and the democratic process. This book addresses this topic, asking: What has been the evolution of the vote nationalisation process in Western Europe during the last fifty years? Which factors can account for the vote nationalisation’s variance across Western European party system? Through a macro-comparative perspective and original empirical research, involving 230 parliamentary elections in sixteen...

As witnessed by the emphasis and the media coverage of pundits and journalists from all over Europe, the French Presidential election (first round on April 23rd) can potentially be crossroad in European history. Indeed, in an increasingly unpredictable international context, France’s right-wing and left-wing anti-establishment and Eurosceptic forces are rising at the expense of traditional mainstream parties. Opinion polls have not only put Marine Le Pen in the first position of the first round since the beginning of the campaign, for the first time the leader of the Front National seems to be competitive in the second round. Moreover,...