“Weighed, not counted”: territorial (mis)representation in Italian metropolitan council elections by Giancarlo Gasperoni
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We are delighted to announce a significant milestone in the journey of QOE - IJES. Our journal has been accepted for Scopus indexing, underscoring its academic excellence and international relevance.
CALL FOR EDITORS: QUADERNI DELL’OSSERVATORIO ELETTORALE (QOE) / ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ELECTORAL STUDIES (IJES)
The Società Italiana di Studi Elettorali (SISE) is issuing a call for editors for the journal ‘Quaderni dell’Osservatorio Elettorale’ (QOE) / ‘Italian Journal of Electoral Studies’ (IJES).
In the aftermath of the first COVID-19 wave, this study examines the relationship between political trust and public perceptions of pandemic measures. Using Eurobarometer data, the research shows that political trust was influenced by institutional performance, while public perceptions and policy measures had a partial impact on this trust.
The study of the quality of elections is spreading very rapidly. This special issue aims to provide a general overview of the state of the art to introduce an empirical analysis of the quality of elections.
The special issue on the 2022 Italian general election, edited by Arianna Giovannini, Marco Valbruzzi, and Davide Vampa, argues that the election continues a 'new political normal' in Italy, characterized by volatility and the rise of populist ideas. The issue covers various aspects such as pre-election strategies, the growth of far-right parties in a European context, and the moderate initial governance of the winning party, Meloni's Fratelli d'Italia. Overall, the election is seen as a continuation rather than a radical change, fitting within broader trends in Italy and Europe.
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We're excited to announce our Special Issue on "The 2022 Italian General Elections". This in-depth exploration seeks to unravel the intricate dynamics of Italy's 2022 election, offering a multi-faceted analysis that bridges both historical and European contexts.
Il prossimo 24 luglio si terrà a Milano un workshop dedicato a valorizzare l'indagine Itanes 2022 consentendo alle giovani ricercatrici e ricercatori di accedere ai dati prima del rilascio ufficiale.
Italian Society of Electoral Studies – 13th International Conference
Urbino, 26-27 May 2023 - University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Department of Economics, Society, Politics (DESP)
Welcome to the new QOE-IJES issue. Get fresh research insights and innovative findings in the 2/2022 issue. In this issue five articles explore several aspects of the electoral process.
Gli articoli all'interno della Research Note ’Atlante elettorale 2022' della Società Italiana di Studi Elettorali (SISE) – in collaborazione con la Repubblica – sono stati pubblicati settimanalmente in vista delle elezioni politiche del 25 Settembre 2022.
La Società Italiana di Studi Elettorali (S.I.S.E.) bandisce fra giovani studiosi italiani e stranieri DUE PREMI per tesi su temi elettorali, discusse negli anni solari 2021 e 2022.
Two is Better than One? Testing a Deductive MARPOR-based Left-Right Index on Western Europe (1999-2019)
Running out of oxygen: the financial condition of Italian political parties
The QOE-IJES Editors and Editorial Board are pleased to announce the inclusion of our journal in "Classe A" (the highest rating) for Political Science (14/A2).
SISE, Pope, Itanes, AssoComPol e SG Comunicazione Politica organizzano un workshop nelle giornate di Giovedì 26 (pomeriggio) e Venerdì 27 (mattina) gennaio 2023.
Get fresh research insights and innovative findings in the 1/2022 issue!
Research Notes: 'Elections, governments, heads, and legislatures in Italy 1730-2021' - Francesco Bromo
Articles: 'Vote metropolitanization after the transnational cleavage and the suburbanization of radical right populism: the cases of London and Rome' - Mirko Crulli
The municipal elections held in October 2021 in many Italian municipalities, among which some of the most important Italian cities, inspired this new Virtual Special Issue.
QOE–IJES is delighted to propose to its readers a selection of Virtual Special Issues on relevant scientific topics collecting articles published on the journal throughout its 40-year plus editorial history.
We are delighted to announce three new articles online in Just Accepted-Early View
Just Accepted: 'Zooming in on the ‘Europeanisation’ of national politics: A comparative analysis of seven EU countries'
Mariano Torcal & Toni Rodon
John Agnew & Michael Shin
NEW ISSUE is Out Now - Quaderni dell'Osservatorio Elettorale / International Journal of Electoral Studies Vol. 84, 2, 2020
La Società Italiana di Studi Elettorali (SISE) bandisce fra giovani studiosi italiani e stranieri due premi per tesi su temi elettorali, discusse negli anni 2019 e 2020.
Deadline: 31 gennaio 2021
Lunedì 12 ottobre 2020 ore 10-13.30 Assemblea legislativa della Regione Emilia-Romagna (Sala Polivalente Guido Fanti) e in diretta streaming.
Università degli Studi di Messina - 8/9 ottobre 2020