2018

De Sio, L., De Angelis, A., & Emanuele, V. (2018). Issue yield and party strategy in multiparty competition. Comparative Political Studies, 51(9), 1208-1238.

Ladini, R., Mancosu, M., & Vezzoni, C. (2018). Electoral Participation, Disagreement, and Diversity in Social Networks: A Matter of Intimacy?. Communication Research, 0093650218792794.

Garzia, D. (2017). Personalization of politics between television and the internet: leader effects in the 2013 Italian Parliamentary election. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 14(4), 403-416.

Barisione, M., & De Luca, D. (2018). Do the self-employed still vote for centre-right parties? The cases of the UK, Italy and Spain. Electoral Studies, 52, 84-93.

Bellucci, P. (2018). Introduction: why populism won. Contemporary Italian Politics, 10(3), 218-223.

Maraffi, M. (2018). The social stratification of the 2018 vote in Italy: between continuity and change. Contemporary Italian Politics, 10(3), 267-278.

Passarelli, G., & Tuorto, D. (2018). The meanings of party membership. A comparison of three parties. Contemporary Italian Politics, 10(2), 170-192.

Pedrazzani, A., Pinto, L., & Segatti, P. (2018). Italian candidates under the Rosato law. Italian Political Science, 13(1), 1-17.

Vaccari, C., & Valeriani, A. (2018). Dual Screening, Public Service Broadcasting, and Political Participation in Eight Western Democracies. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 23(3), 367-388.

Bertolotti, M., & Catellani, P. (2018). The Effects of Counterfactual Attacks on the Morality and Leadership of Different Professionals. Social Psychology.

Ceccarini, L., & Bordignon, F. (2018). Towards the 5 star party. Contemporary Italian Politics, 10(4), 346-362.

Gereke, J., Schaub, M., & Baldassarri, D. (2018). Ethnic diversity, poverty and social trust in Germany: Evidence from a behavioral measure of trust. PloS one, 13(7), e0199834.

Corbetta, P., Colloca, P., Cavazza, N., & Roccato, M. (2018). Lega and Five-star Movement voters: exploring the role of cultural, economic and political bewilderment. Contemporary Italian Politics, 10(3), 279-293.