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Wednesday 8th September 2021

16:00-19:00

  • Pre-conference SISP: The Media for Democracy Monitor back to SISP: Highlights from the 2021 edition and future developments

    The Media for Democracy Monitor is a transnational project aimed at gathering and comparing

    empirical evidence on the extent to which leading news media in contemporary democracies

    contribute to the core values of freedom, equality and control.

    The third edition of the MDM has been carried out between 2019 and 2021, and produced new

    knowledge and understanding of media democratic performance facing challenges of economic and

    digital transformation, as well as the covid19 pandemic crisis.

    The final country Reports are now available (on the project website and published by Nordicom open

    access) and allows comparatively analyzing and assessing strengths and weaknesses of media

    landscapes in eighteen consolidated democracies, with regard to a set of thirty indicators. Also, a

    collective volume is being published where a number of critical issues and trends are discussed by

    comparing the data and narratives from the participating countries.

    Italy participated in the MDM 2020 thanks to the contribution of fourteen Italian researchers, from

    different universities, who initially met at the SISP 2019 Congress in Lecce to learn about the project,

    its methodology and expected outcomes; and then worked with enthusiasm on the project, the Report

    and in disseminating its results.

    This event is an opportunity to gather at the SISP Congress, two years after, to discuss the main

    findings of the MDM 2020 with the project coordinator, authors of the Italian Report, guest speakers

    from different MDM countries, and expert discussants.

     

    Main findings from MDM 2020

    Josef Trappel (University of Salzburg)

    Christian Ruggiero (University of Roma La Sapienza)

     

    On misinformation

    Jón Gunnar Ólafsson (University of Iceland) with Alice Fubini (University of Torino)

    Discussant: Lubos Kuklis (ERGA and Council for Broadcasting and Retransmission of Slovakia)

     

    On gender inequalities

    Achilleas Karadimitriou (University of Athens) with Marinella Belluati (University of Torino)

    Discussant: Karen Ross (University of Newcastle)

     

    On safety and security of journalists

    Janet Lo (Hong Kong Baptist University) with Alice Baroni (University of Padova)

    Discussant: Ernest Sagaga (International Federation of Journalists)

     

    Concluding remarks

    Giovanni Zagni (PagellaPolitica)

    Claudia Padovani (University of Padova)

     

    link to register for the event:

    https://unipd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIqduiurzkuHNCS8zrkUIIgmrNUuFbHUgP8

    event held in English and approved by the Italian OdG as a professional training activity


    CHAIR Claudia Padovani

Thursday 9th September 2021

09:00-10:45

    Room A 1.1 - Authoritarian resilience and democratic progress. Towards a new paradigm in regime change studies?
    CHAIRS Andrea Cassani, Gianni Del Panta
    DISCUSSANT Gianni Del Panta
    • Authoritarian reconsolidation in Abiy Ahmed’s Ethiopia
      Presenter: Tiziana Corda
      Authors: Tiziana Corda, Clionadh Raleigh
    • Forging, bending, and breaking: Enacting the ‘illiberal playbook’ in Hungary and Poland
      Presenter: Andrea L. P. Pirro
      Authors: Andrea L. P. Pirro, Ben Stanley
    • Resilience, Conflict and Areas of Limited Statehood in Iraq, Lebanon and Syria
      Presenter: Daniela Huber
      Authors: Daniela Huber, Eckart Woertz
    • “Authoritarian resilience” e tipi di regime autoritario in Africa sub-sahariana
      Presenter: Federico Battera
      Authors: Federico Battera
    Room B 3.6 - Until you changed yourself, you could not change the others: Exploring Challenger parties’ institutionalization.
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Leonardo Puleo, Davide Vittori
    DISCUSSANT Davide Vittori
    • Predicting Niche Party Success Using Electoral Turnout Rates
      Presenter: Michael Bayerlein
      Authors: Michael Bayerlein, Christian Martin
    • Non-mainstream party organisation and change: a comparative inquiry of challengers' institutionalisation
      Presenter: Sofia Marini
      Authors: Sofia Marini
    • The Politicisation of Direct Democracy in Europe
      Presenter: Gianluca Piccolino
      Authors: Gianluca Piccolino, Leonardo Puleo
    Room C 6.1 - Populism (anti-populism) and collective identities
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Manuela Caiani, Gaetano Inglese
    DISCUSSANT Manuela Caiani
    • "Sonrían al 15M, sonrían a las plazas*": Podemos' politics of identification and the emotional legacy of the Indignados.
      Presenter: Vincent Dain
      Authors: Vincent Dain
    • The rise of counter-populist social movements? The Indivisible Movement and the Sardine Movement in comparison
      Presenter: Nicolò Pennucci
      Authors: Nicolò Pennucci
    • From the Streets to the Voting Booth: the Electoral Effect of Grassroots Mobilization Against the Far-Right
      Presenter: Francesco Colombo
      Authors: Francesco Colombo, Fabrizio Bernardi, Elias Dinas, Alessandro Ferrara, Foteini-Maria Vassou
    • Neglected times: Laclau, affect, and temporality
      Presenter: Mirko Palestrino
      Authors: Mirko Palestrino
    Room D 8.4 - Non-state armed actors in war: Causes, consequences and dynamics
    Session 1
    CHAIR Eugenio Cusumano
    DISCUSSANT Matteo Cesare Mario Casiraghi
    • “The individualization of war”: a critical concept analysis
      Presenter: Martino Tognocchi
      Authors: Martino Tognocchi
    • Ruling with minorities: rebel governance and hybrid power-sharing
      Presenter: Andrea Novellis
      Authors: Andrea Novellis
    • A Critical Review of the Rebel Groups’ Participation in the Formal Negotiations of the Peace Process
      Presenter: Maria Amjad
      Authors: Maria Amjad
    • Collusione tra Stato e crimine in Brasile: Miliciarização o militarizzazione di Rio de Janeiro?
      Presenter: Ludmila Quirós
      Authors: Ludmila Quirós
    Room E 10.7 - Il welfare locale ai tempi del Covid-19: la sfida dell’innovazione sociale tra cambiamenti di policy e dinamiche di politics
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Franca Maino, Elisabetta Notarnicola, Federico Razetti
    DISCUSSANTS Elisabetta Notarnicola, Federico Razetti, Franca Maino
    • I servizi sociali quale crocevia per l’innovazione sostenibile del welfare locale: evidenze empiriche sull’offerta degli enti non profit.
      Presenter: Annalisa Turchini
      Authors: Annalisa Turchini, Cristiana Ranieri
    • La sfida della povertà lavorativa al welfare locale nella cornice del progetto Welfare Innovation Local Lab. Un’analisi empirica delle risposte sociali ed istituzionali di cinque amministrazioni locali.
      Presenter: Celestina Valeria De Tommaso
      Authors: Celestina Valeria De Tommaso, Chiara Agostini
    • Le “nuove povertà” in tempo di pandemia. Politiche pubbliche, fabbisogni del territorio e public engagement nel contrasto alla povertà nel territorio di Roma Capitale
      Presenter: Nicola Ferrigni
      Authors: Nicola Ferrigni
    • The politics of regional minimum income policy: which latest developments after the national innovation?
      Presenter: Alessandro Nardo
      Authors: Alessandro Nardo
    Room F 8.8 - 'East rising, West declining'? The external and domestic dilemmas of China’s rise
    Session 1
    CHAIR Simone Dossi
    DISCUSSANT Andrea Ghiselli
    • Reconstructing Italy's adherence to China's Belt and Road Initiative: domestic politics and foreign policy rationale
      Presenter: Giovanni Andornino
      Authors: Giovanni Andornino
    • Clear-Eyed Populism and Italy’s Engagement of China
      Presenter: Giulio Pugliese
      Authors: Giulio Pugliese, Francesca Ghiretti, Aurelio Insisa
    • Reading Spykman in Beijing. Why the Rimland theory can explain China’s Belt and Road Initiative
      Presenter: Claudia Astarita
      Authors: Claudia Astarita, Matteo Marconi
    • Different Patterns to Narrate the Competition Between China and the United States. Seeing the other as the enemy: a need to reverse this trend
      Presenter: Flavia Lucenti
      Authors: Flavia Lucenti
    Room H 8.10 - Prospettive critiche nella Politica Economica Internazionale: passato, presente e futuri possibili nell'era post-Covid
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Adriano Cozzolino, Giuseppe Montalbano
    DISCUSSANT Adriano Cozzolino
    • Assessing the level of resilience of Italy and Romania in the COVID 19 pandemic. A comparative analysis of their National Recovery and Resilience Plans
      Presenter: Octavia Moise Zanellato
      Authors: Octavia Moise Zanellato
    • Hegemony and the blind spot of the political classes: critical notes on Bieler and Morton’s “internal relations” theory
      Presenter: Giuseppe Montalbano
      Authors: Giuseppe Montalbano
    • Gramsci in China: Past, Present and Future of a Still Open Encounter
      Presenter: Daniela Caterina
      Authors: Daniela Caterina
    • La crisi del bipolarismo neoliberale
      Presenter: Alfredo Ferrara
      Authors: Alfredo Ferrara
    Room M 9.5 - Uncertain times, uncertain voters, uncertain outcomes
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Fabio Bordignon, Luigi Ceccarini, Fabio Turato
    DISCUSSANTS Vincenzo Emanuele, Frederico Ferreira Da Silva, Bruno Marino, Marco Giuliani
    • Are we all in the same boat? Voting in critical times in Southern Europe
      Presenter: Marco Giuliani
      Authors: Marco Giuliani
    • The state of the economy and the electoral performance of Eurosceptic parties
      Presenter: Marco Morini
      Authors: Marco Morini
    • We have been left behind, haven't we? Relative economic status loss, class voting and the populist radical right
      Presenter: Giuseppe Ciccolini
      Authors: Giuseppe Ciccolini
    • Going technocratic? Diluting governing responsibility after electoral change in Western Europe
      Presenter: Bruno Marino
      Authors: Vincenzo Emanuele, Marco Improta, Bruno Marino, Luca Verzichelli
    Room N 5.3 - Tales from the age of misinformation: conspiracy theories, fake news, and their political implications
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Moreno Mancosu, Federico Vegetti
    DISCUSSANT Moreno Mancosu
    • Analysis of Polish Facebook users' interactions with false information during COVID-19 pandemic
      Presenter: Denis Halagiera
      Authors: Denis Halagiera
    • If you can’t rule them, disinform them! False information as a communication strategy for Italian right-wing populist parties.
      Presenter: Paolo Marzi
      Authors: Paolo Marzi, Maria Giovanna Sessa
    • Investigating the Unreasonable Democratic Public: How Fake News Affect Public Opinion
      Presenter: Jacopo Marchetti
      Authors: Jacopo Marchetti, Elisa Piras
    Room P 10.3 - The Local Politics of Migration. Parties, Policies and Public Opinion
    Session 1
    CHAIR Stella Gianfreda
    DISCUSSANT Verena Wisthaler
    • La doppia disuguaglianza. Differenze reddituali nei territori italiani: analisi per genere e nazionalità
      Presenter: Sergio Pollutri Silvia Seracini
      Authors: Sergio Pollutri, Anna Maria Dore, Silvia Seracini
    • Poisonous bubbles: the support for the League in the Prosecco region in Italy as a case of radical right-wing populism in a (wealthy) rural area
      Presenter: Enrico Padoan
      Authors: Enrico Padoan, Lorenzo Zamponi
    • Social and professional inclusion paths for refugees. A comparison between Bologna and Vienna
      Presenter: Elisabetta Mocca
      Authors: Elisabetta Mocca, Pamela Pasian , Byeongsun Ahn
    • The Complex Multi-Level Governance of the Reception for Asylum Seekers in Europe. Similarities and Differences among two Mediterranean Cities: Marseille and Naples
      Presenter: Giorgia Trasciani
      Authors: Giorgia Trasciani
    Room Q 7.6 - Corruption and Anticorruption Between Past and Future
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Alberto Vannucci, Antonio La Spina
    DISCUSSANTS Sabrina Cavatorto, Cristina Barbieri
    • Corruption and anti-corruption on Facebook: the discussion dynamics in Italy
      Presenter: Anna Stanziano
      Authors: Anna Stanziano, Susanna Pagiotti, Simone Del Sarto
    • Corruption coverage in Italian newspapers: changes and new trends from Anticorrp to PolitiCanti.
      Presenter: Roberto Mincigrucci
      Authors: Roberto Mincigrucci, Paolo Mancini, Rita Marchetti, Marco Mazzoni
    • “Ilda la Rossa”: la narrazione dell’integrità di una donna magistrata nella stampa italiana
      Presenter: Giuseppina Bonerba
      Authors: Giuseppina Bonerba
    Room R 6.3 - System change, not climate change! Investigating new ecologist movements
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Massimiliano Andretta, Paola Imperatore
    DISCUSSANT Paola Imperatore
    • The participation of indigenous peoples and local communities in the Convention on Biological Diversity
      Presenter: Louisa Parks
      Authors: Louisa Parks, Elsa Tsioumani
    • From social to environmental justice : the politics of anti-mining movements in Peru (1992-2020)
      Presenter: Kyra Grieco
      Authors: Kyra Grieco
    • Antimilitarism and environmentalism: a comparative analysis of two Sicilian protest campaigns.
      Presenter: Giuliana Sorci
      Authors: Giuliana Sorci, Federica Frazzetta
    • “The Guardians of the Rivers”: reframing identity in ethnically divided Bosnia and Herzegovina
      Presenter: Aida Kapetanovic
      Authors: Aida Kapetanovic

10:45-12:30

    Room A 12.4 - Understanding democratic representation in the European Union
    CHAIR Michele Scotto Di Vettimo
    DISCUSSANT Catherine De Vries
    • Cosmopolitan Democracy: Supranational Legislatures and the Policy-Opinion Link
      Presenter: Miriam Sorace
      Authors: Miriam Sorace
    • EU policies, domestic public opinion and national elections: exploring policy responsiveness and congruence in the European Union
      Presenter: Michele Scotto Di Vettimo
      Authors: Michele Scotto Di Vettimo
    • Il flusso populista. La rappresentanza democratica europea in Italia, Francia, Spagna ai tempi del populismo.
      Presenter: Matteo Giardiello
      Authors: Matteo Giardiello
    • Mirror twins or distant relatives? Assessing Eurosceptic and non-Eurosceptic parties in government from 1996 to 2021
      Presenter: Paolo Marzi
      Authors: Paolo Marzi
    Room B 3.6 - Until you changed yourself, you could not change the others: Exploring Challenger parties’ institutionalization.
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Leonardo Puleo, Davide Vittori
    DISCUSSANT Sorina Soare
    • The Different Paths of Institutionalisation of the Movimento 5 Stelle at the Local Level: Comparing Rome and Turin
      Presenter: Dario Quattromani
      Authors: Dario Quattromani, Cecilia Biancalana
    • The Curious Case of Brothers of Italy: rebranding from the old post-fascist right to the new sovereigntist right
      Presenter: Leonardo Puleo
      Authors: Leonardo Puleo, Gianluca Piccolino
    • Innovation setbacks in digital IPD: the case of the challenger party Podemos
      Presenter: Marco Meloni Fabio García Lupato
      Authors: Marco Meloni, Fabio García Lupato
    • Newly Emerged Political Parties of Turkey: Gap-filling of Socio-politics or Politics of Conjunctures?
      Presenter: Halime Safiye Atalay
      Authors: Halime Safiye Atalay
    Room C 6.1 - Populism (anti-populism) and collective identities
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Manuela Caiani, Gaetano Inglese
    DISCUSSANT Carlo Ruzza
    • “Angry White Woman”: The Rise of Female Populist Radical Right Leaders
      Presenter: Federico Stefanutto Rosa
      Authors: Federico Stefanutto Rosa
    • Same same but different? Comparing gender politics and (trans-) national value contestation in Europe on Twitter
      Presenter: Giuliana Sorci
      Authors: Giuliana Sorci, Hans-Jörg Trenz, Monika Eigmueller, Aleksandra Anna Sojka, Kavyanjali Kaushik, Monika Verbalyte
    • The ecumenism of hate: Christianity and identity in the Italian Radical Right
      Presenter: Goffredo Adinolfi
      Authors: Goffredo Adinolfi, Andrea Molle
    • The Construction of Collective Identity in Romania: analyzing the AUR speech at the legislative elections of December 2020
      Presenter: Andrei Gheorghe
      Authors: Andrei Gheorghe
    Room D 8.4 - Non-state armed actors in war: Causes, consequences and dynamics
    Session 2
    CHAIR Matteo Cesare Mario Casiraghi
    DISCUSSANT Eugenio Cusumano
    • Non-state actors and duale diplomacy: the case of Islamic republic of Iran
      Presenter: Giampiero Cama
      Authors: Giampiero Cama, Pejman Abdolmohammadi
    • Mercenaries in/and History: The Problem of Ahistoricism and Contextualism in Mercenary Scholarship
      Presenter: Malte Riemann
      Authors: Malte Riemann
    • Revised the Patron-Client Relations into Decentered Multipolar System: the Case of MENA Region
      Presenter: Irene Costantini
      Authors: Irene Costantini, Federico Donelli
    • Violent extremism, far-right and paramilitary groups in Serbia (2012-2020)
      Presenter: Nemanja Dzuverovic
      Authors: Nemanja Dzuverovic, Goran Tepsic
    Room E 10.7 - Il welfare locale ai tempi del Covid-19: la sfida dell’innovazione sociale tra cambiamenti di policy e dinamiche di politics
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Franca Maino, Elisabetta Notarnicola, Federico Razetti
    DISCUSSANTS Elisabetta Notarnicola, Federico Razetti, Franca Maino
    • COMPETENZE PER L'ABITARE TRA RIFORME ISTITUZIONALI ED ECONOMIA CIVILE: IL CASO DEL VENETO E DELL'EMILIA ROMAGNA.
      Presenter: Alessandro Boldo
      Authors: Alessandro Boldo
    • Trust, Information and Welfare Policy Preferences in Pandemic Italy
      Presenter: Francesco Colombo
      Authors: Francesco Colombo, Ari Ray
    • Il Voucher Autonomia disabili e anziani nella cornice delle trasformazioni del welfare locale: potenzialità e limiti della misura di Regione Lombardia
      Presenter: Federico Bruno
      Authors: Federico Bruno, Franca Maino, Ilaria Madama
    Room F 8.8 - 'East rising, West declining'? The external and domestic dilemmas of China’s rise
    Session 2
    CHAIR Simone Dossi
    DISCUSSANT Andrea Ghiselli
    • Whatever It Takes: The Political Economy of the Chinese Communist Party
      Presenter: Giuseppe Gabusi
      Authors: Giuseppe Gabusi, Shaun Breslin
    • China’s Right to Speak About International Development: The Chinese narrative and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
      Presenter: Silvia Menegazzi
      Authors: Silvia Menegazzi
    • From HIV-AIDS to COVID-19: International institutions and China’s approach to pandemic outbreaks
      Presenter: Francesca Cerutti
      Authors: Francesca Cerutti
    • A Quest for Digital Sovereignty in Internet Governance? Observing the Role of Chinese Stakeholders in ICANN
      Presenter: Riccardo Nanni
      Authors: Riccardo Nanni
    Room H 8.10 - Prospettive critiche nella Politica Economica Internazionale: passato, presente e futuri possibili nell'era post-Covid
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Adriano Cozzolino, Giuseppe Montalbano
    DISCUSSANT Giuseppe Montalbano
    • Quo vadis Critical IPE? The story of an idea, a failure and a possible resurgence
      Presenter: Gianmarco Fifi
      Authors: Gianmarco Fifi
    • Selective Neoliberalism: How Italy Went from Dualization to Liberalisation in Labour Market and Pension Reforms
      Presenter: Emanuele Ferragina
      Authors: Emanuele Ferragina, Alessandro Arrigoni
    • The rise of anti-establishment and far-right forces in Italy: neoliberalisation in a new guise?
      Presenter: Davide Monaco
      Authors: Davide Monaco
    • Water Services between State and Market
      Presenter: Gemma Gasseau
      Authors: Gemma Gasseau
    Room L 7.8 - Politica e amministrazione in tempi di pandemia: un nuovo rapporto?
    CHAIRS Lorenzo Casini, Andrea Lippi
    DISCUSSANT Lorenzo Casini
    • I POLICY ADVISOR NELLE AMMINISTRAZIONI CENTRALI
      Presenter: Sabrina Bandera
      Authors: Sabrina Bandera, Maria Chiara Cattaneo, Andrea Lippi
    • Independent no more? Banche centrali e potere politico ai tempi della pandemia
      Presenter: Manuela Moschella
      Authors: Manuela Moschella
    • L’incudine tecnocratica e il martello populista. Limiti e sfide della democrazia
      Presenter: Francesco Raniolo
      Authors: Francesco Raniolo, Mariafrancesca D\'Agostino
    • ‘Incidental advisors’. The Government Research Institutes in the pluralization of the Italian Policy Advisory System
      Presenter: Maria Tullia Galanti
      Authors: Maria Tullia Galanti, Andrea Lippi
    Room M 9.5 - Uncertain times, uncertain voters, uncertain outcomes
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Fabio Bordignon, Luigi Ceccarini, Fabio Turato
    DISCUSSANTS Diego Garzia, Marco Morini, Giuseppe Ciccolini
    • Political Messages and Salience: Let Them Eat Tweets!
      Presenter: Eugenio Levi
      Authors: Eugenio Levi, Giacomo Battiston, Federico Boffa, Steven Stillman
    • The electoral consequences of transnationalism in the 2019 European elections
      Presenter: Francesco Visconti
      Authors: Francesco Visconti
    • Negative voting revisited: the 2020 us presidential election
      Presenter: Diego Garzia
      Authors: Diego Garzia, Frederico Ferreira Da Silva
    • Ethnicity and Governing party support in Africa. A longitudinal and multilevel analysis
      Presenter: Carlos García Rivero
      Authors: Carlos García Rivero, Enrique Clari Galán
    Room N 5.3 - Tales from the age of misinformation: conspiracy theories, fake news, and their political implications
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Moreno Mancosu, Federico Vegetti
    DISCUSSANT Federico Vegetti
    • Populists in power and conspiracy theories
      Presenter: Andrea L. P. Pirro
      Authors: Andrea L. P. Pirro, Paul Taggart
    • ‘‘The opposition is against the vaccine’’: Misinformation as political narrative in Hungary during the Covid-19 crisis
      Presenter: Marton Gera
      Authors: Marton Gera
    • POPULIST ATTITUDES AND CONSPIRACY BELIEFS IN TIMES OF COVID19
      Presenter: Antonella Seddone
      Authors: Antonella Seddone, Giuliano Bobba, Moreno Mancosu, Federico Vegetti
    Room P 10.3 - The Local Politics of Migration. Parties, Policies and Public Opinion
    Session 2
    CHAIR Stella Gianfreda
    DISCUSSANT Francesca Campomori
    • The crucial role of Italian judges in asylum adjudication: spaces for discretion at local level
      Presenter: Alice Lacchei
      Authors: Alice Lacchei, Cristina Dallara
    • The location models of reception structures in Italy: accessibility and impact on the housing market. First results from the MIGRATE project
      Presenter: Luca Daconto
      Authors: Luca Daconto, Sara Giunti, Luca Bottini, Simone Caiello, Stefano Tarroni
    • The multilevel governance of refugees’ reception in Italy: private-public relationships under the stress test of rapidly changing policies
      Presenter: Leila Giannetto
      Authors: Leila Giannetto, Giulia Galera
    • Typology of Solidarity Cities: Local Responses in the Refuge Crisis
      Presenter: Gulce Ozdemir
      Authors: Gulce Ozdemir
    Room Q 7.6 - Corruption and Anticorruption Between Past and Future
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Alessia Damonte, Antonio La Spina
    DISCUSSANTS Sabrina Cavatorto, Cristina Barbieri
    • Corruzione pandemica. Attori e meccanismi della corruzione in sanità durante l'emergenza
      Presenter: Marco Antonelli Francesca Rispoli
      Authors: Marco Antonelli, Francesca Rispoli
    • La regolazione delle lobbies nelle politiche anticorruzione, tra prevenzione, strumenti antirepressivi e scenari post pandemici
      Presenter: Alice Caputo
      Authors: Alice Caputo
    • Le politiche anticorruzione in Italia tra salienza e politicizzazione
      Presenter: Alberto Vannucci
      Authors: Alberto Vannucci
    Room R 6.3 - System change, not climate change! Investigating new ecologist movements
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Massimiliano Andretta, Paola Imperatore
    DISCUSSANT Massimiliano Andretta
    • Between materialist and post-materialist approach: investigating the ecologist archipelago 30 years later
      Presenter: Paola Imperatore
      Authors: Paola Imperatore, Massimiliano Andretta
    • (Water) Bottles and (Street) Barricades: the Politicization of Lifestyle-Centred Action in Youth Climate Strike Participation
      Presenter: Niccolò Bertuzzi
      Authors: Niccolò Bertuzzi, Lorenzo Zamponi, Anja Corinne Baukloh, Daniela Chironi, Donatella Della Porta, Martin Portos
    • Against Climate Consensus. Thinking through the Politics and Strategies of Grassroots Climate Action with Social Movements in Malmö and Sweden
      Presenter: Salvatore Paolo De Rosa
      Authors: Salvatore Paolo De Rosa
    Room S 4.2 - La qualità democratica del sistema politico italiano
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Gianfranco Baldini, Andrea Pritoni
    DISCUSSANT Gianfranco Baldini
    • Cittadini e politica in Italia: Uno sguardo sulla partecipazione politica e sugli atteggiamenti nei confronti delle istituzioni
      Presenter: Mario Quaranta
      Authors: Mario Quaranta
    • La capacità del governo in Italia: un rafforzamento incompiuto
      Presenter: Enrico Borghetto
      Authors: Enrico Borghetto, Francesco Marangoni
    • La competizione politica in Italia
      Presenter: Alessandro Chiaramonte
      Authors: Alessandro Chiaramonte, Vincenzo Emanuele
    • Le libertà in Italia tra cambiamento politico e influenze esogene
      Presenter: Fabrizio Di Mascio
      Authors: Fabrizio Di Mascio, Alessandro Natalini, Michele Barbieri, Valentina Ottone

12:30-13:30

    Room A Riunione Standing Group Unione Europea
    Room B Riunione Standing Group Regimi Politici
    Room C Riunione Standing Group MetRiSP
    Room D Riunione Standing Group Studi Regionali e Politiche Locali
    Room E Riunione Standing Group POPE
    Room F Riunione Standing Group Movimenti Sociali e Partecipazione Politica
    Room H Riunione Standing Group Governo, Parlamento, Rappresentanza
    Room L Riunione Standing Group Genere e Politica
    Room M Riunione Standing Group Russia e Spazio Post - Sovietico

13:30-15:15

    Room A 1.2 - Political Regimes and Socio-Economic Performance
    CHAIRS Angelo Vito Panaro, Andrea Vaccaro
    DISCUSSANT Magnus Åsblad
    • Africa’s lame ducks: Second-term presidents and the rule of law
      Presenter: Andrea Cassani
      Authors: Andrea Cassani, Giovanni Carbone
    • Are power centralisation and inequality necessary for development? A general critique of Mushtaq Khan’s political settlements theory illustrated with special reference to Tanzania
      Presenter: Julian Friesinger
      Authors: Julian Friesinger
    • Establishing Institutions in Autocracies in Times of Economic Distress
      Presenter: Angelo Vito Panaro
      Authors: Angelo Vito Panaro
    • State Capacity, Democracy, and Development Outcomes
      Presenter: Andrea Vaccaro
      Authors: Andrea Vaccaro
    Room B 2.3 - Tecnocrazia e tecnocrati nei processi di cambiamento politico e di trasformazione della democrazia
    CHAIRS Adriano Cozzolino, Diego Giannone
    DISCUSSANT Damiano Palano
    • Opposti ma simili? tecnocrazia e populismo nelle democrazie contemporanee europee.
      Presenter: Francesco Scanni
      Authors: Francesco Scanni, Francesco Campolongo
    • Quo vadis Lega? A cultural political economy perspective on the Italian marriage between populism and technocracy
      Presenter: Daniela Caterina
      Authors: Daniela Caterina
    • Technocrats in (the crises of) the State. An analysis of the reconfiguration of the Italian State from a "technocracy-in-action" perspective
      Presenter: Adriano Cozzolino
      Authors: Adriano Cozzolino, Diego Giannone
    Room C 5.8 - Reasoning on the professional role of journalists
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Roberto Mincigrucci, Susanna Pagiotti, Anna Stanziano
    DISCUSSANTS Paolo Mancini, Marco Mazzoni, Claudia Mellado
    • A comparative analysis of national COVID-19 news: domestic and foreign coverage and the spectrum of topics
      Presenter: akiba.cohen
      Authors: Akiba Cohen, Sandrine Boudana
    • News Sources Diversity: Digital vs. Traditional Media in Egypt and UAE.
      Presenter: Nagwa Fahmy
      Authors: Nagwa Fahmy, Maha Attia, Hossam Hassan, Rasha El-Ibiary
    • What professional ethos for journalists in times of flexibility?
      Presenter: Christian Ruggiero
      Authors: Christian Ruggiero, Achilleas Karadimitriou, Wai Han Janet Lo, Enrique NÚÑez Mussa
    Room D 8.2 - “Domestic Actors and Foreign Policy: Parties, Leaders, and Institutions"
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Fabrizio Coticchia, Valerio Vignoli
    DISCUSSANT Florian Böller
    • A Populist "Ostpolitik"? Views of "Alternative for Germany" Party on shaping Germany's foreign policy toward Russia
      Presenter: Viktor Savinok
      Authors: Viktor Saviok
    • Populism as a theoretical framework to understand Donald Trump’s foreign policy
      Presenter: Sofia Eliodori
      Authors: Sofia Eliodori
    • The Common Contour of Populist Foreign Policy Orientation
      Presenter: Pietro De Perini
      Authors: Pietro De Perini
    Room E 8.5 - Multilateralism, world policymaking, and state policy convergence
    CHAIR Fulvio Attinà
    DISCUSSANT Giuseppe Gabusi
    • Cooperation Dilemma in Counterterrorism Operations. A Qualitative Inquiry
      Presenter: Francesco Baraldi
      Authors: Francesco Baraldi
    • Crime Governance from Regional Perspectives: Localising Rationalities of Control and Order
      Presenter: Alessandra Russo
      Authors: Alessandra Russo, Silvia Peirolo
    • Is multilateralism ill or delivering?
      Presenter: Fulvio Attinà
      Authors: Fulvio Attinà
    Room F 8.1 - Revisionism in International Politics: Changing why, what and how?
    Session 2
    CHAIR Gabriele Natalizia
    DISCUSSANT Lorenzo Termine
    • The legacy of Admiral von Tirpitz: A geopolitical understanding of China’s naval buildup through sea-denial strategies
      Presenter: Paolo Pizzolo
      Authors: Paolo Pizzolo
    • A Minor Power's Revisionism in Europe: the case of Hungary after Trianon
      Presenter: Andrea Carteny
      Authors: Andrea Carteny
    • From legal to integral revisionism: Fascist Italy and the subversion of the European order
      Presenter: Christian Carnevale
      Authors: Christian Carnevale
    • From distrust to partnership: Indian foreign policy looks to the United States to shape the post-American Asian order.
      Presenter: Mauro Bonavita
      Authors: Mauro Bonavita
    Room H 8.11 - Le sfide della cybersecurity
    CHAIRS Danilo Caivano, Giuseppe Cascione
    DISCUSSANT Pasquale Preziosa
    • Cybersecurity e spazi di sovranità: globalizzazione digitale e implicazioni geografico-politiche.
      Presenter: Umberto Marzo
      Authors: Umberto Marzo, Emmanuele Quarta
    • Cybersecurity: per uno studio comparato delle strategie adottate dalle grandi potenze
      Presenter: Alfredo Ferrara
      Authors: Alfredo Ferrara
    • Performing the risky passenger: digital data and the epistemic coordination of international security.
      Presenter: Georgios Glouftsios
      Authors: Georgios Glouftsios, Matthias Leese
    Room L 3.9 - Le èlite al governo
    CHAIRS Marco Cilento, Nicolò Conti
    DISCUSSANT Rita Di Leo
    • Élite accademiche ed energocrazia nella Russia di Putin
      Presenter: Alessandro Tinti
      Authors: Alessandro Tinti
    • Gli eredi di Enea. Le élite contemporanee tra ricchezza e potere
      Presenter: Ottorino Cappelli
      Authors: Ottorino Cappelli, Francesco Maria Villani
    • Andata e ritorno i vincoli interni della politica estera russa negli anni Novanta
      Presenter: Lorenzo Riggi
      Authors: Lorenzo Riggi
    • Social democratic elites as a historical question- Le elites socialdemocratiche come questione storica
      Presenter: Paolo Borioni
      Authors: Paolo Borioni, Paolo Borioni
    Room M 4.1 - Nuove linee di frattura nel sistema politico italiano?
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Marco Almagisti, Luca Verzichelli
    DISCUSSANT Leonardo Morlino
    • How the Immigration Issue Restructured the Italian Policy Space: A Three-Dimensional Spatial Analysis of Party Competition
      Presenter: Nicola Palma
      Authors: Nicola Palma
    • Il capovolgimento delle constituency dell'ultimo trentennio: periferia a destra, centro a sinistra
      Presenter: Paolo Natale
      Authors: Paolo Natale
    • Il sistema politico italiano di fronte alle nuove linee di frattura: comprendere il conflitto politico analizzando i cambiamenti della società.
      Presenter: Matteo Zanellato
      Authors: Matteo Zanellato
    Room N 6.6 - Left populism in the 21st century: New assessments and future prospects
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Beatrice Carella, Walter Haeusl
    DISCUSSANT Paolo Gerbaudo
    • Populist or popular? Analyzing the political discourse of the Equality Party and its relationship with the Chilean pobladores (urban poor’s) movement (2009-2019)
      Presenter: Cristóbal Sandoval Nicolás Angelcos
      Authors: Cristóbal Sandoval, Nicolas Angelcos
    • SYRIZA back in opposition (2019-2021): Towards a new political direction?
      Presenter: Grigoris Markou
      Authors: Grigoris Markou
    • Left-populism in power. Luci e ombre della sfida governativa di Podemos.
      Presenter: Matteo Giardiello
      Authors: Matteo Giardiello
    Room P 6.2 - DIGITAL SPACES, POLITICAL PARTICIPATION AND RELIGION
    CHAIRS Alberta Giorgi, Rita Marchetti
    DISCUSSANT Rita Marchetti
    • Dalla “strega rossa” a “lady Jihad”. Le donne terroriste nella stampa italiana
      Presenter: Giuseppina Bonerba
      Authors: Giuseppina Bonerba, Sofia Verza
    • Religious masculinities: performing in/visibility on Instagram
      Presenter: Alberta Giorgi
      Authors: Alberta Giorgi
    • Spazi digitali culture politiche e comunità religiose
      Presenter: Roberto Marchisio
      Authors: Roberto Marchisio
    • The Anti-Gender Debate on Social Media. A Computational Communication Science Analysis of Networks, Activism, and Misinformation
      Presenter: Nicola Righetti
      Authors: Nicola Righetti
    Room Q 3.4 - Portfolio Allocation and Ministerial Selection in the Life Cycle of Governments
    CHAIRS Andrea Pedrazzani, Michelangelo Vercesi
    DISCUSSANT Francesco Marangoni
    • Cabinet Reshuffles in Parliamentary Democracies: Linking Types and Effects
      Presenter: Michelangelo Vercesi
      Authors: Michelangelo Vercesi, Ludger Helms
    • Dying, surviving death and reincarnating. Differences in government replacements and their explanation
      Presenter: Francesco Zucchini
      Authors: Andrea Pedrazzani, Francesco Zucchini
    • Ministers, portfolio allocation and government formation in multilevel contexts - evidence from Portugal (Azores and Madeira)
      Presenter: Teresa Ruel
      Authors: Teresa Ruel
    Room R 3.5 - The comparative study of political parties: advances, continuity and change
    Session 1
    CHAIR Giorgia Bulli
    DISCUSSANT Enrico Calossi
    • Does Culture Matter? The Cultural Determinants of Parties' Organizational Change
      Presenter: Beniamino Masi
      Authors: Beniamino Masi, Eugenio Pizzimenti
    • Hit in the wallet? Principles and application of conditionality mechanisms in party funding legislation
      Presenter: Daniela Piccio
      Authors: Daniela Piccio
    • Rethinking the autonomy of party leadership: typologies, operationalization and evidence
      Presenter: Marco Lisi
      Authors: Marco Lisi
    • The Green alternative to the Left: a replacement hypothesis
      Presenter: Alessandro Testa
      Authors: Alessandro Testa
    Room S 4.2 - La qualità democratica del sistema politico italiano
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Gianfranco Baldini, Andrea Pritoni
    DISCUSSANT Andrea Pritoni
    • Le relazioni maggioranza-opposizione nel parlamento italiano
      Presenter: Elisabetta De Giorgi
      Authors: Elisabetta De Giorgi
    • Opinione pubblica e comunicazione politica in Italia: una prospettiva storico-sistemica
      Presenter: Antonella Seddone
      Authors: Antonella Seddone, Giuliano Bobba
    • Trasparenza, corruzione e rule of law
      Presenter: Cristina Dallara
      Authors: Cristina Dallara, Patrizia Pederzoli
    • Venti splendide cinquantenni? Le regioni nel sistema politico italiano
      Presenter: Stefania Profeti Brunetta Baldi
      Authors: Stefania Profeti, Brunetta Baldi

15:15-17:00

    Room A 6.7 - TAVOLA ROTONDA CONGIUNTA: Perché parlare ancora di populismo, genere e religione? Sguardi e prospettive

    Organizzata  dagli standing groups Genere e Politica, Movimenti Sociali e Partecipazione Politica e Politica e Religione

    • Luca Ozzano, Università di Torino (SG Politica e Religione) – Populismi e religione attraverso il Mediterraneo. Il contributo presenta i risultati di una ricerca comparativa intorno a populismi e politiche di genere in Italia, Israele e Turchia.
    • Massimo Prearo, Università di Verona (SG Genere e Politica) – Il momento populista? Limiti euristici di una categoria interpretativa. Il contributo presenta una lettura del “momento populista” a partire dai movimenti (inclusi i movimenti anti-gender, pro-life e pro-family) che sono “naturalmente” collocati in quell'area, per cogliere limiti e potenzialità di tale lettura nel quadro dell’analisi dei rapporti tra populismo e movimenti sociali. 
    • Chiara Maritato, Università di Torino (SG Politica e Religione) – Politica, genere e religione in Turchia: complicare il quadro. Il contributo si propone di problematizzare la dicotomia populismo conservatore religioso dell'AKP versus élites laiche a partire da una ricerca sul rapporto tra genere, stato e religione in Turchia.
    • Flaminia Saccà, Università della Tuscia - Populismo, Genere, Violenza. Il contributo si sviluppa a partire dalle recenti ricerche intorno al ruolo delle donne come leader di partiti e movimenti populisti, del discorso populista intorno al genere, e al discorso pubblico intorno alla violenza di genere.
     


    CHAIR Alberta Giorgi
    Room B 13.2 - TAVOLA ROTONDA: Energia e politica internazionale nel bacino del Mediterraneo: Sfide ed opportunità per il XXI secolo

    All’inizio degli anni Novanta opinione condivisa da molti era che il bacino del Mediterraneo fosse destinato a diventare un quadrante secondario per gli equilibri internazionali. La sua natura di snodo strategico per il commercio internazionale, i sommovimenti politici che lo hanno attraversato e l’attivismo che ha contraddistinto l’atteggiamento di numerose potenze in questo quadrante hanno evidentemente dimostrato il contrario nell’ultimo ventennio. Tra i fattori che hanno contribuito in misura determinante a riaffermarne la centralità, quello energetico ha rivestito un ruolo cruciale. Non solo perché sul Mediterraneo insiste una delle aree più energivore del pianeta – l’Europa – ma anche perché attraverso questo mare passano la possibilità di un’effettiva diversificazione degli approvvigionamenti energetici del continente, l’opportunità di contribuire alla transizione ecologica sostituendo per quanto possibile l’uso del petrolio con quello del gas e, infine, lo sfruttamento di nuovi – e ricchissimi – giacimenti di energia. A causa della sua profonda interdipendenza con il contesto politico-strategico menzionato in principio, la dimensione energetica pone gli attori statali e non statali che si affacciano sul Mediterraneo di fronte a sfide e opportunità, nonché al ricorrente dilemma tra competizione – i cui vantaggi sono riscuotibili a breve termine – e cooperazione – capace di produrre benefici nel medio-lungo termine. A discutere dei protagonisti, degli interessi e degli scenari che si prospettano per la partita energetica mediterranea del XXI secolo saranno chiamati – nella forma della tavola rotonda – politologi e rappresentanti dei principali stakeholder italiani del settore.
     

    Ne discutono: Massimo Nicolazzi, Houda Allal e Simone Nisi .


    CHAIR Gabriele Natalizia
    Room C 5.8 - Reasoning on the professional role of journalists
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Roberto Mincigrucci, Susanna Pagiotti, Anna Stanziano
    DISCUSSANTS Paolo Mancini, Marco Mazzoni, Claudia Mellado
    • 'Barking up the different trees': Polish journalists' performance of a watchdog role across the media outlets
      Presenter: Agnieszka Stepinska
      Authors: Agnieszka Stepinska, Bartlomiej Secler, Ewa Jurga-Wosik, Kinga Adamczewska, Denis Halagiera, Daria Zadrozniak, Karolina Lapinska
    • Journalistic roles performance in a polarized, post-socialist context
      Presenter: Danka Ninkovic Slavnic
      Authors: Danka Ninkovic Slavnic, Ana Milojevic, Aleksandra Krstic, Kristina Milic
    • Journalistic role performance in a polarized pluralist media system: the case of Italy
      Presenter: Roberto Mincigrucci
      Authors: Roberto Mincigrucci, Anna Stanziano, Susanna Pagiotti, Sofia Verza
    Room D 8.2 - “Domestic Actors and Foreign Policy: Parties, Leaders, and Institutions"
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Fabrizio Coticchia, Valerio Vignoli
    DISCUSSANT Andrea Carati
    • Ideology and the red button: How the ideology shapes nuclear weapons use preferences in Europe
      Presenter: Michal Onderco
      Authors: Michal Onderco, Michal Smetana, Tom Etienne
    • Italy’s military operation abroad (1990-2020): trends, data, and pattern
      Presenter: Valerio Vignoli
      Authors: Valerio Vignoli, Fabrizio Coticchia
    • Cascade of Innovation: The Creation and Diffusion of All Female Military Units
      Presenter: Cristina Fontanelli
      Authors: Cristina Fontanelli
    • Changing paradigm? Policy change and peacebuilding, drivers and inhibitors along the three orders of change
      Presenter: Giulio Levorato
      Authors: Giulio Levorato
    Room E 8.6 - Cyberspace in IR: Theory and Practice of International Relations in The Digital Age
    CHAIRS Giampiero Giacomello, Luigi Martino
    DISCUSSANTS Giampiero Giacomello, Luigi Martino
    • A Critical Review of normative power in IR: shaping behaviour in cyberspace
      Presenter: Stella Blumfelde
      Authors: Stella Blumfelde
    • Digital Sovereignty and European Security Integration
      Presenter: Rocco Bellanova
      Authors: Rocco Bellanova, Helena Carrapico, Denis Duez
    • From Quiet to Noisy Politics: The Comparative Political Economy of European Cybersecurity, 5G and Huawei
      Presenter: Antonio Calcara
      Authors: Antonio Calcara
    • Global inequalities in Cyber Diplomacy: the promise and pitfalls of cybersecurity capacity building
      Presenter: Andrea Calderaro
      Authors: Andrea Calderaro
    Room F 8.1 - Revisionism in International Politics: Changing why, what and how?
    Session 1
    CHAIR Lorenzo Termine
    DISCUSSANT Jonathan Dicicco
    • EU’s sanctions to Belarus: Normative ambition, resistance and contestation.
      Presenter: Enrico Fassi
      Authors: Enrico Fassi, Antonio Zotti
    • Russian revisionism in small states: how sharp is Russia‘s sharp power in Lithuania?
      Presenter: Gerda Jakstaite-Confortola
      Authors: Gerda Jakstaite
    • The International Financial System and Its Discontents: China, South America, and the Contestation of Western-led Institutions.
      Presenter: Carlo Catapano
      Authors: Carlo Catapano
    • Status and strategic narratives: comparing EU and Russian narratives on the Baltic states
      Presenter: Charlotte Garlaschelli
      Authors: Charlotte Garlaschelli
    Room H 5.6 - Populism, Pop Politics and Popular Culture
    CHAIRS Manuela Caiani, Enrico Padoan
    DISCUSSANT Enrico Padoan
    • Crowdsourcing Tropes: Online Fandom, Algorithms, and Populist Meme-making
      Presenter: Matteo Giglioli
      Authors: Matteo Giglioli
    • La Casa di Carta: un inno alla Resistenza o una celebrazione del Populismo?
      Presenter: Jessica Camargo Molano Daniele Battista
      Authors: Jessica Camargo Molano, Daniele Battista, Alfonso Amendola
    • Melodrama and the “People’s Hero”: Visual Imagery and Populist Politics in Kerala, South India
      Presenter: Muhammed Afzal P
      Authors: Muhammed Afzal P
    • New clothes of the emperor – the image of "the people of the internet" in the service of power
      Presenter: Szilvia Nemeth
      Authors: Szilvia Nemeth
    Room L 6.8 - The Making and Unmaking of Precarity. Transformations of Political Struggles in the Neoliberal Age
    CHAIRS Nicola Di Mauro, Emiliano Esposito, Laura Giovinazzi
    DISCUSSANT Stefano Portelli
    • The New Wave Of Populist Politics In Turkey And Its Effects On The Labour Issue
      Presenter: Özlem Bülbül
      Authors: Özlem Bülbül
    • Fare e disfare la precarietà. Una prospettiva storica dall’America latina.
      Presenter: Laura Abbruzzese
      Authors: Laura Abbruzzese
    • Bacurau: Chronotopes of Revolutionary Events/Becoming Class of the Precarious Multitude
      Presenter: Francesco Sticchi
      Authors: Francesco Sticchi
    • Multidimensionalità ri/produttiva della precarietà e azioni collettive dei lavoratori precari: un’analisi comparata del movimento dei lavoratori della logistica e dei braccianti nel contesto pandemico
      Presenter: Federica Guardigli
      Authors: Federica Guardigli, Irina Aguiari
    Room M 4.1 - Nuove linee di frattura nel sistema politico italiano?
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Marco Almagisti, Luca Verzichelli
    DISCUSSANT Leonardo Morlino
    • Immaginare una politica post-rokkaniana. Vecchi concetti, nuove fratture?
      Presenter: Marco Valbruzzi
      Authors: Marco Valbruzzi
    • La frattura Interno/Esterno e il pericolo di un doppio "illiberalismo"
      Presenter: Luigi Di Gregorio
      Authors: Luigi Di Gregorio
    • Shaping a new cleavage system in Parliament. Changes and continuity among the Italian sovereignist élites.
      Presenter: Luca Verzichelli
      Authors: Luca Verzichelli, Rossella Borri
    Room N 6.6 - Left populism in the 21st century: New assessments and future prospects
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Beatrice Carella, Walter Haeusl
    DISCUSSANT Paolo Gerbaudo
    • Left populism…or post-populism? About the new manifestation of the “populist reason” in Latin America.
      Presenter: Marcelo Nazareno
      Authors: Marcelo Nazareno
    • Locating the Laclausian Left — Progressive Strategy and the Politics of Anxiety
      Presenter: Maximilian Wolf
      Authors: Maximilian Wolf
    • Between Revolution and Reification: The Discourse of Tyrannicide in Mélenchon's 6th Republic and the Limits of Left-Populism
      Presenter: Reid Kleinberg
      Authors: Reid Kleinberg
    • The Nation of the People: An analysis of Podemos and Five Star Movement’s Discourse on the Nation
      Presenter: Jacopo Custodi
      Authors: Jacopo Custodi
    Room P 1.4 - Autocratization and inequalities: causes, actors, impacts
    CHAIR Guido Panzano
    DISCUSSANT Luca Tomini
    • Are we the Citizens of Hindu Rashtra? Decoding contentions of Muslim citizenship crisis and beyond in India
      Presenter: Debraj Banerjee
      Authors: Debraj Banerjee
    • Democratization and autocratization under the lens of intergovernmental relations
      Presenter: Camille Barras
      Authors: Camille Barras
    • Authoritarian Values, Political Hostility, and Autocratization: How Polarization Mobilizes Illiberal Citizens
      Presenter: Enrique Clari
      Authors: Enrique Clari, Carlos García-Rivero
    • State capacity and social inequality in autocracies: New cross-national evidence
      Presenter: Angelo Vito Panaro
      Authors: Angelo Vito Panaro, Andrea Vaccaro
    Room Q 9.4 - Voters and parties during the Covid crisis
    CHAIRS Nicola Maggini, Aldo Paparo
    DISCUSSANTS Marco Improta, Federico Trastulli
    • National and Local Effects in the Italian Regional Elections (2018-2020). Beyond Second-Order Election Expectations
      Presenter: Silvia Bolgherini
      Authors: Silvia Bolgherini, Selena Grimaldi, Paparo Aldo
    • The Covid pandemic enters the ballot box. The impact of the global health crisis on the Italians’ voting behavior
      Presenter: Danilo Serani
      Authors: Danilo Serani
    • The role of party preferences in explaining acceptance of restrictions on individual freedom and obedience to authority in a pandemic context: The Italian case
      Presenter: Riccardo Ladini Nicola Maggini
      Authors: Riccardo Ladini, Nicola Maggini
    Room R 3.5 - The comparative study of political parties: advances, continuity and change
    Session 2
    CHAIR Enrico Calossi
    DISCUSSANT Eugenio Pizzimenti
    • And the winner is…Parties and electors in view of the 2021 German general elections
      Presenter: Giorgia Bulli
      Authors: Giorgia Bulli
    • Why do you vote a populist radical right party? Instrumental and Expressive Aspects among Emigrant Voters
      Presenter: Sorina Soare
      Authors: Sorina Soare, Claudiu Tufis
    • Voting Behavior under Doubts of Ballot Secrecy:(Un)Intentionally Nudging Voters Towards a DominantParty Regime
      Presenter: Guillem Riambau
      Authors: Guillem Riambau, Kai Ostwald

17:00-18:30

  • Prima plenaria
    Lectio Magistralis di Maurizio Ferrera
    L'Unione europea come “polity sperimentale”. Lezioni dalle crisi dell'ultimo decennio

Friday 10th September 2021

09:00-10:45

    Room A 3.10 - Framing (in)security in the Middle East and North Africa: old trends and new challenges compared
    Session 1
    CHAIR Giulia Cimini
    DISCUSSANT Irene Costantini
    • Shifting security challenges compared: Issues, Perceptions and Consequences Beyond the National Frame. A preliminary analysis.
      Presenter: Giulia Cimini
      Authors: Giulia Cimini
    • The insecurities of young, educated people in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
      Presenter: Silvia Nicola
      Authors: Silvia Nicola
    • Moroccan Human Rights NGOs’ Advocacy Work in-between Power Dynamics and Transnational Circulations of Norms : The Case of the Abolitionist Campaign and Security Governance Reforms in Morocco.
      Presenter: Irene Lizzola
      Authors: Irene Lizzola
    • Chadian violent non-state actors in Libyan civil war
      Presenter: Olga Piro
      Authors: Olga Piro
    Room B 3.12 - Populism as a southern phenomenon: an historical, theoretical and comparative view.
    CHAIRS Antonello Canzano, Dario Quattromani
    DISCUSSANT Antonello Canzano
    • El desarrollo de proyectos populistas en entornos contraintuitivos: el caso de la Coalición Multicolor en Uruguay
      Presenter: Guillermo Fuentes Camila Zeballos
      Authors: Guillermo Fuentes, Camila Zeballos, Fabricio Carneiro
    • Populism and the south: where it all began? An historical and comparative overview of the last century
      Presenter: Dario Quattromani
      Authors: Dario Quattromani, Antonello Canzano
    • Populismo Parlamentario. Trayectoria del sistema de pensiones en la vieja democracia chilena
      Presenter: Mauricio Olavarria
      Authors: Mauricio Olavarria
    • TIPOLOGIE DI POPULISMO ED EFFETTI SULLA DEMOCRAZIA. UN’ANALISI DEI DISCORSI ISTITUZIONALI DEL PRIMO GOVERNO CONTE.
      Presenter: Francesco Scanni
      Authors: Francesco Scanni
    Room C 1.8 - Ricerca ed etica della ricerca tra cambiamenti di regime e pandemia.
    CHAIRS Rosita Di Peri, Chiara Maritato
    DISCUSSANT Chiara Maritato
    • Cambiamenti di regime post-pandemici: Riflessioni sull'impatto del Covid-19 sullo studio comparato di democrazia e autocrazia.
      Presenter: Andrea Cassani
      Authors: Andrea Cassani
    • Governance pandemica, resilienza autoritaria e prospettive di ricerca. Il caso delle regioni nord-orientali siriane soggette ad autogoverno
      Presenter: Davide Grasso
      Authors: Davide Grasso
    • La sottile linea rossa: la ricerca sui regimi autoritari tra analisi scientifica e testimonianza valoriale
      Presenter: Giuseppe Gabusi
      Authors: Giuseppe Gabusi
    • Scongiurare il ritorno dell'Orientalismo da poltrona. Ripensare la ricerca sul campo
      Presenter: Paola Rivetti
      Authors: Paola Rivetti
    Room D 5.1 - Le mille sfumature dell'inciviltà politica
    Session 2
    CHAIR Sara Bentivegna
    DISCUSSANT Rossella Rega
    • Così fan tutti? L’incivility nei commenti alle pagine politiche su Facebook
      Presenter: Giuliano Bobba
      Authors: Giuliano Bobba, Arturo Bertero, Moreno Mancosu, Antonella Seddone, Federico Vegetti
    • Inciviltà politica e caso americano. La polarizzazione politica come strategia
      Presenter: Mattia Diletti
      Authors: Mattia Diletti
    • Una battaglia di civiltà? Il dibattito sul Ddl Zan e la post-sfera pubblica italiana
      Presenter: Emiliana De Blasio
      Authors: Emiliana De Blasio, Donatella Selva
    Room E 7.3 - Il Next Generation EU e l’Italia. Sfide, opportunità e esiti
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Manuela Moschella, Luca Verzichelli
    DISCUSSANT Fortunato Musella
    • Il processo rappresentativo tra partiti politici e gruppi di interesse: dal regime partitocratico alle trasformazioni più recenti
      Presenter: Andrea Pritoni
      Authors: Andrea Pritoni, Federico Russo
    • Il sistema economico italiano fra declino e riforme
      Presenter: Mattia Guidi
      Authors: Mattia Guidi, Manuela Moschella, Igor Guardiancich
    • L’Italia nello scacchiere internazionale
      Presenter: Edoardo Bressanelli
      Authors: Edoardo Bressanelli, Nicola Chelotti
    Room F 2.1 - Genealogy of Populism: Concepts, Ideas and Movements
    Session 1
    CHAIR Damiano Palano
    DISCUSSANT Loris Caruso
    • Genealogie schmittiane nella teoria del populismo di Laclau: la crisi della modernità politico-giuridica e il pensiero politico post-fondazionale
      Presenter: Alessandro Volpi
      Authors: Alessandro Volpi
    • PEOPLE'S PARTY E TRUMP MOVIMENT: UN APPROCCIO CRITICO AL POPULISMO PROGRESSISTA
      Presenter: Nicola Lensi
      Authors: Nicola Lensi
    • Per una riscoperta del concetto di egemonia come critica politica reale: Gramsci a confronto con Laclau e Mouffe
      Presenter: Giacomo Tarascio
      Authors: Giacomo Tarascio
    • Populismo ed egemonia in Laclau: una genealogia
      Presenter: Samuele Mazzolini
      Authors: Samuele Mazzolini
    • Towards a Social Semiotics of Populism
      Presenter: Sebastián Moreno Barreneche
      Authors: Sebastián Moreno Barreneche
    Room H 2.2 - History of Political Science. Themes, Debates, Historiography
    CHAIR Gianluca Damiani
    DISCUSSANT Gianluca Damiani
    • History of Political Science: An Introduction to a German Perspective on the Discipline and on the History of the Discipline
      Presenter: Giovanna Pugno Vanoni
      Authors: Giovanna Pugno Vanoni
    • The Birth of Federalism in Althusius’ Political Thought
      Presenter: Azer Sumbas
      Authors: Azer Sumbas
    • “The main hope for a genuine science of politics”. Rational Choice Theory, Game Theory, and the cross-fertilization between economics and political science in the 1950s.
      Presenter: Gianluca Damiani
      Authors: Gianluca Damiani
    Room L 3.1 - The Impact of the COVID-19 on Populist Radical Right Parties: the Divergent Souverainisms of Lega and Fratelli d’Italia
    CHAIRS Valerio Alfonso Bruno, Mara Morini
    DISCUSSANT Valerio Alfonso Bruno
    • Matteo Salvini's Lega back in government: towards a reconfiguration of the Italian center-right?
      Presenter: Mariana Polizzi
      Authors: Mariana Polizzi
    • Party Politics of Turkey: The Impact of the Regime Change
      Presenter: Halime Safiye Atalay
      Authors: Halime Safiye Atalay
    • Right-Wing Party Competition in Europe: The Evolving Electoral Strategies of the Far-Right during Crises (2018–2020)
      Presenter: Matthew Loveless
      Authors: James Downes, Matthew Loveless
    Room M 5.10 - Covid-19. La comunicazione di una pandemia
    Session 2
    CHAIR Lorenzo Mosca
    DISCUSSANT Marinella Belluati
    • A different touch of fake: believing - and presuming - “fake news” in the Covid-19 pandemic
      Presenter: Guido Legnante Margherita Bordignon
      Authors: Guido Legnante, Margherita Bordignon
    • Che confusione. La comunicazione degli esperti e le percezioni dei cittadini dopo il primo anno di pandemia
      Presenter: Barbara Saracino
      Authors: Barbara Saracino
    • Chi ha paura del vaccino anti-COVID? Fake news, information overload sui social media e polarizzazione ideologica
      Presenter: Augusto Valeriani
      Authors: Augusto Valeriani, Laura Iannelli, Elena Pavan, Danilo Serani
    • The 2020 Research on Problematic Information on COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Literature Review
      Presenter: Nicola Righetti
      Authors: Nicola Righetti, Luca Rossi, Giada Marino
    Room N 7.14 -10.6 - PANEL CONGIUNTO: Who deals with what, when and how in the COVID-19 emergency policy
    CHAIRS Stefania Profeti, Stefania Ravazzi
    DISCUSSANT Silvia Bolgherini
    • Covid-19 counterfactual evidence. Do we have any?
      Presenter: Marco Giuliani
      Authors: Marco Giuliani
    • COVID-19 and human security: environmental, social, and medical risk factors
      Presenter: Francesco Bailo Gabriele Abbondanza
      Authors: Francesco Bailo, Gabriele Abbondanza
    • What happens to European Union Cohesion Policy in time of crisis? The evolution of Cohesion Policy, regions' role and future perspectives.
      Presenter: Sara De Martino
      Authors: Sara De Martino
    • Further to the Bottom of the Hierarchy: The Stratification of Forced Migrants’ Welfare Rights amid the COVID-19 Pandemic in Italy
      Presenter: Francesca Campomori
      Authors: Francesca Campomori, Raffaele Bazurli

10:45-12:30

    Room A 3.10 - Framing (in)security in the Middle East and North Africa: old trends and new challenges compared
    Session 2
    CHAIR Giulia Cimini
    DISCUSSANTS Giulia Cimini, Ervjola Selenica
    • Educating Educators: Training Imams in Preventing and Addressing Radicalisation in Tunisia
      Presenter: Fabrizio Cuccu
      Authors: Fabrizio Cuccu
    • Everyday security governance in Tunisia’s borderlands
      Presenter: Lydia Letsch
      Authors: Lydia Letsch
    • “Whose Norms? Whose Agenda?”. Situating WPS in North Africa: the case of Tunisia.
      Presenter: Clara Della Valle
      Authors: Clara Della Valle
    • Framing the enemy in fragile democracies and authoritarian regimes: the construction of the 'threat' in Tunisia and Algeria
      Presenter: Ester Sigillò
      Authors: Ester Sigillò
    Room B 13.3 - From domestic to international arenas: the politics of energy in the post-Soviet area
    CHAIRS Mara Morini, Sorina Soare
    DISCUSSANT Sorina Soare
    • Epistemological revisionism or the fear of marginalization: the use and abuse of the Global IR debate in Russia
      Presenter: Artsiom Sidarchuk
      Authors: Artsiom Sidarchuk
    • Il sogno di un gasdotto trans-caspico: verso una nuova (possibile) era per Baku e Ashgabat?
      Presenter: Fabrizio Anselmo
      Authors: Fabrizio Anselmo
    • Inside the Energy Superpower: Academic Elites and Resource Nationalism in Russia
      Presenter: Alessandro Tinti
      Authors: Alessandro Tinti, Marco Cilento
    • Structural Power in Russia's Gas Sector: The Commoditisation of the Gas Market and the Case of Novatek
      Presenter: Francesco Sassi
      Authors: Francesco Sassi
    Room C 3.3 - Comparative Agenda Setting
    CHAIRS Marcello Carammia, Alice Cavalieri
    DISCUSSANT Will Jennings
    • Is the populist Robin Hood just a tale? Studying attention for the topic of poor assistance in seven parliaments
      Presenter: Enrico Borghetto
      Authors: Enrico Borghetto, Luca Manucci
    • Migration flows, mood, and policy
      Presenter: Marcello Carammia
      Authors: Marcello Carammia
    • Politics in-between crises. A political and textual comparative analysis of budgetary speeches and expenditure in Italy and UK
      Presenter: Dario Del Fante Alice Cavalieri
      Authors: Alice Cavalieri, Dario Delfante
    Room D 5.1 - Le mille sfumature dell'inciviltà politica
    Session 1
    CHAIR Giovanni Boccia Artieri
    DISCUSSANT Giovanni Boccia Artieri
    • Incivility in The Age of Affective Polarization: An Exploratory Analysis into the Perceptions and Electoral Effects of Elite Political Incivility in the 2021st Dutch Election Campaign
      Presenter: Chiara Vargiu
      Authors: Chiara Vargiu, Diego Grazia
    • L’inciviltà politica, un concetto a tre dimensioni: relazionale, delegittimante e protestaria
      Presenter: Sara Bentivegna
      Authors: Sara Bentivegna, Rossella Rega
    • Screenshot News: How Headlines Circulates Social Media as Images
      Presenter: Fabio Giglietto
      Authors: Fabio Giglietto, Nicola Righetti, Giada Marino, Luca Rossi
    Room E 7.3 - Il Next Generation EU e l’Italia. Sfide, opportunità e esiti
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Manuela Moschella, Luca Verzichelli
    DISCUSSANT Fortunato Musella
    • Le regioni italiane e il PNRR. Molto rumore per nulla?
      Presenter: Stefania Profeti Brunetta Baldi
      Authors: Stefania Profeti, Brunetta Baldi
    • Next Generation EU nel governo parlamentare
      Presenter: Sabrina Cavatorto Elisabetta De Giorgi
      Authors: Sabrina Cavatorto, Elisabetta De Giorgi, Gianluca Piccolino
    • Il ruolo degli interessi organizzati nel discorso pubblico sul «Piano Nazionale di Ripresa e Resilienza»
      Presenter: Andrea Pritoni
      Authors: Andrea Pritoni, Alberto Bitonti, Giuseppe Montalbano, Giulia Vicentini
    Room H 3.11 - Gender and representation
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Pamela Pansardi, Licia Claudia Papavero
    DISCUSSANTS Pamela Pansardi, Licia Claudia Papavero
    • Dealing with rights: a frame analysis of Italian MPs explanations of vote on same-sex civil unions
      Presenter: Massimo Prearo
      Authors: Massimo Prearo
    • Gender Politics and Stereotypes in the Italian Parliament (1948-2020)
      Presenter: Silvia Decadri
      Authors: Silvia Decadri, Luigi Curini, Fedra Negri
    • Women voices in the post-pandemic reconstruction: gendered discourse and representation in the making of Italy’s NRRP
      Presenter: Matilde Ceron Antonella Zarra
      Authors: Matilde Ceron, Antonella Zarra
    • Salute riproduttiva: quale politica? Equivoci tra femminismo e maternalismo in Italia
      Presenter: Lorenza Perini
      Authors: Lorenza Perini
    Room L 9.2 - La selezione della leadership di partito: cause e conseguenze
    CHAIRS Stefano Rombi, Marco Valbruzzi
    DISCUSSANT Daniela Piccio
    • Democratization in hard times. Party leaders’ selections in Italy, 1948-2020
      Presenter: Fulvio Venturino
      Authors: Fulvio Venturino
    • La selezione dei candidati alla Presidenza regionale e la formazione degli esecutivi.
      Presenter: Domenico Fruncillo
      Authors: Domenico Fruncillo
    • Party members, party leader and the method of selection. The case of the DP under the leadership of Enrico Letta
      Presenter: Stefano Rombi
      Authors: Stefano Rombi, Fabio Serricchio
    • Le primarie del centrosinistra per Roma: convergenza o divergenza tra la corsa per il Campidoglio e quelle per i Municipi?
      Presenter: Alessandro Testa
      Authors: Alessandro Testa
    • L'istituzionalizzazione dell'instabilità: la selezione della leadership nel PD tra primarie e reggenza
      Presenter: Paolo Natale
      Authors: Paolo Natale, Luciano M. Fasano
    Room M 5.10 - Covid-19. La comunicazione di una pandemia
    Session 1
    CHAIR Edoardo Novelli
    DISCUSSANT Alessio Cornia
    • Framing the pandemic: the communication strategies of Italian politicians on Facebook
      Presenter: Junio Aglioti Colombini
      Authors: Roberta Bracciale, Massimiliano Andretta, Junio Aglioti Colombini
    • La comunicazione pubblica alla prova del Covid-19: tra innovazioni e resistenze
      Presenter: Francesca Ieracitano Alessandra Massa
      Authors: Alessandra Massa, Francesca Ieracitano, Francesca Comunello, Alessandro Lovari, Alberto Marinelli
    • La semantica del potere al tempo del Covid-19. Analisi del linguaggio politico dei leader italiani su Twitter
      Presenter: Mirella Paolillo Alessia Forciniti
      Authors: Mirella Paolillo, Alessia Forciniti
    • Nuova centralità per i sindaci italiani? Comunicazione e gestione della crisi pandemica
      Presenter: Rossana Sampugnaro
      Authors: Rossana Sampugnaro, Patrizia Santoro

12:30-13:30

    Room A Riunione Standing Group Comunicazione politica
    Room B Riunione Standing Group Politica e Storia
    Room C Riunione Standing Group i Gruppi di Interesse
    Room D Riunione Standing Group Politica e Religione
    Room E Riunione Standing Group Scienza Politica e Politiche Pubbliche
    Room F Riunione Standing Group Relazioni Internazionali
    Room H Riunione Standing Group Candidate and Leader Selection

13:30-15:15

    Room A 1.5 - ROUND TABLE: The End of the Backsliding Paradigm?

    This Round Table will deal with the broader subject of the crisis of democracy, focusing on the debate triggered by the publication of the article "The End of the Backsliding Paradigm" by Licia Cianetti (Royal Holloway University of London) and Seán Hanley (University College of London) on the prestigious "Journal of Democracy" (Vol. 32, No. 1, 2021). 
    The Authors will discuss about strengths and weaknesses of the backsliding paradigm, and its future as the dominant framework for understanding and explaining the current crisis that even the most consolidated democracies are facing, with some of the most distinguished researchers in democratization studies: 
    1) Mattijs Bogaards (Central European University); 
    2) Antoaneta Dimitrova (Leiden University);
    3) Svend-Erik Skaaning (University of Aarhus and V-DEM); 
    4) Luca Tomini (Université libre de Bruxelles).


    CHAIR Antonino Castaldo
    Room B 1.6 - Regime change in Southeast Asia: tendencies and challenges ahead
    CHAIRS Alejandro Lamarque, Cecilia Noce, Max Povše, Mariano Statello
    DISCUSSANT Fernando Pedrosa
    • Drivers of Support for Women in Politics in Myanmar
      Presenter: Guillem Riambau
      Authors: Guillem Riambau, Paul Minoletti, Khin Myo Wai
    • From uneven to irrelevant competition: authoritarian dynamics and modalities in Cambodia
      Presenter: Alejandro Lamarque
      Authors: Alejandro Lamarque
    • Re-entrenching autocracy or fine-tuning political hybridity? Using authoritarian resilience to make sense of the 2021 military coup in Myanmar
      Presenter: Stefano Ruzza
      Authors: Stefano Ruzza, Davide Pellegrino
    • Voting Behavior under Doubts of Ballot Secrecy: (Un)Intentionally Nudging Voters Towards a Dominant Party Regime
      Presenter: Guillem Riambau
      Authors: Guillem Riambau, Kai Ostwald
    Room C 7.12 - TAVOLA ROTONDA: PNRR e modernizzazione del settore giudiziario italiano. Quale contributo alla formazione del nuovo personale da parte dell'Analisi delle politiche pubbliche e della Scienza Politica?

    Intervengono:

    dott.ssa Antonella Ciriello, componente del Comitato direttivo della Scuola Superiore della Magistratura

    dott.ssa Carmelina De Meo, dirigente amministrativo della Corte d'Appello di Torino

    dott. Edmondo Bruti Liberati, già Procuratore della Procura di Milano
     

    dott. Claudio Castelli - Presidente della Corte d'Appello di Brescia
     

     


    CHAIRS Cristina Dallara, Alessandro Natalini, Giancarlo Vecchi
    DISCUSSANT Andrea Lippi
    Room D 5.4 - Politics and religion: religious matters in the public debate
    CHAIRS Rita Marchetti, Chiara Maritato
    DISCUSSANT Nicola Righetti
    • Playing God at the Dinner Table: Religion and Attitudes about Genetically Modified Foods in 20 Countries
      Presenter: Laura Olson Jenny Presgraves
      Authors: Jenny Presgraves, Laura Olson
    • Religion, media, and political actors in Morocco; interchangeable roles and vehicles of influence in public debate
      Presenter: Khaoula Ajanane
      Authors: Khaoula Ajanane
    • Religious Symbols and the Legitimation of the European Union
      Presenter: Carlo Nardella
      Authors: Carlo Nardella
    • Who’s Afraid of Religious Extremism? The Russian-Ukrainian Conflict, Securitization of Islam and an Ideological Clash in Ukraine’s Muslim Community
      Presenter: Denys Shestopalets
      Authors: Denys Shestopalets
    Room E 5.5 - L’età dell’incoerenza: paradossi, contraddizioni e ribaltamenti di posizione nell’agire comunicativo dei nuovi leader
    CHAIRS Nello Barile, Luigi Di Gregorio, Chiara Moroni, Massimiliano Panarari
    DISCUSSANTS Nello Barile, Massimiliano Panarari
    • L'incoerenza politica tra valence e positional issues. La frattura Interno/Esterno come vettore di coerenza (e di polarizzazione)
      Presenter: Luigi Di Gregorio
      Authors: Luigi Di Gregorio
    • La strategia dell'incoerenza: come la Lega modula il proprio messaggio politico riconfigurando identità e messaggi nel nuovo contesto sociale emotivo e situazionale.
      Presenter: Chiara Moroni
      Authors: Chiara Moroni
    • L’identità e la coerenza comunicativa di Giuseppe Conte dall'avvocato del popolo del governo Conte 1 alla ricerca della leadership del M5S.
      Presenter: Maria Cristina Antonucci
      Authors: Maria Cristina Antonucci
    • The Triangle of Leadership: Authenticity, Competence and Ordinariness in Political Communication
      Presenter: Diego Ceccobelli Luigi Di Gregorio
      Authors: Diego Ceccobelli, Luigi Di Gregorio
    Room F 5.7 - Le forme dell’emergenza: discorso pubblico e rappresentazioni mediali di fronte all'incertezza
    CHAIRS Matteo Gerli, Rolando Marini, Carlo Sorrentino
    DISCUSSANTS Carlo Sorrentino, Matteo Gerli, Rolando Marini
    • I(R)RESPONSABILI. Usi e abusi del concetto di “responsabilità” nel coverage giornalistico della crisi di governo in tempo di pandemia
      Presenter: Marica Spalletta
      Authors: Marica Spalletta, Paola De Rosa
    • L’emergenza pandemica tra disinformazione e fake news: la politica del soluzionismo e la crisi di autorevolezza degli esperti
      Presenter: Francesco Pira
      Authors: Francesco Pira
    • Post-COVID-19 Political Strategies: Choosing between Leading from the Front and Leading from Behind
      Presenter: Jawahar Lall Athal
      Authors: Jawahar Lall Athal
    • Tra crisis awareness e agenda setting. Il social networking delle Istituzioni italiane nell’ora zero della pandemia
      Presenter: Paola De Rosa Dario Fanara
      Authors: Marica Spalletta, Dario Fanara, Paola De Rosa
    Room H 3.11 - Gender and representation
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Pamela Pansardi, Licia Claudia Papavero
    DISCUSSANTS Pamela Pansardi, Licia Claudia Papavero
    • District magnitude and gender representation: the game is still open
      Presenter: Marta Regalia
      Authors: Marta Regalia
    • The trouble of a double gender gap in politics. Peru’s gender quota experience beyond women’s descriptive representation in the national Congress 2016-2019.
      Presenter: Veronica Slaviero
      Authors: Veronica Slaviero
    • Parity on Paper Only? Gender Quotas in Local Politics in Italy
      Presenter: Ana Weeks Francesco Masala
      Authors: Francesco Masala, Ana Weeks
    • Unequal steps up the ladder. Are personal capital gender neutral?
      Presenter: Rosa Mule
      Authors: Rosa Mule, Paola Bordandini
    Room L 4.3 - Dinamiche ed esiti del lobbying nell’Italia della disintermediazione (Tavola rotonda)

    Partecipanti: 

     

    Fabio Bistoncini, FB & Associati. Advocacy and Lobbying

    Giusi Gallotto, Reti. Lobbying & Public Affairs

    Marco Sonsini, Telos Analisi e strategie

     


    CHAIRS Luca Germano, Andrea Pritoni
    DISCUSSANT Renata Lizzi
    Room M 12.6 - The (new?) governance of the Economic and Monetary Union
    CHAIRS Igor Guardiancich, Mattia Guidi
    DISCUSSANTS Igor Guardiancich, Mattia Guidi
    • Are the member states ready for the Next Generation EU? A study on the Country-Specific Recommendations
      Presenter: Camilla Mariotto
      Authors: Camilla Mariotto, Johannes Marco Oberhofer
    • Closing the Cycle? The European Semester and the Evaluation of Pensions
      Presenter: Igor Guardiancich
      Authors: Igor Guardiancich, Mattia Guidi, Andrea Terlizzi
    • Covid-19 as a critical juncture for European integration? NGEU and the future of EMU between veto suspensions and entrenched divisions
      Presenter: Matilde Ceron
      Authors: Matilde Ceron
    • Political Voice on Monetary Policy: Evidence from the Parliamentary Hearings of the European Central Bank
      Presenter: Federico Maria Ferrara
      Authors: Federico Maria Ferrara, Donato Masciandaro, Manuela Moschella, Davide Romelli
    Room N 2.4 - Cosmopolitismo, nazione, democrazia
    CHAIR Federico Poggianti
    DISCUSSANT Federico Poggianti
    • Il populismo di sinistra dalla piazza al Palazzo
      Presenter: Marco Damiani
      Authors: Marco Damiani, Lorenzo Viviani
    • La Nazione possibile di Marcel Mauss
      Presenter: Leonardo Varasano
      Authors: Leonardo Varasano
    • The Ever-changing Dynamics of Nation-State, Identity, Sovereignty and Legitimacy in Contemporary Israel
      Presenter: Alon Helled
      Authors: Alon Helled
    Room P 6.5 - POLITICAL PARTICIPATION, EPISTEMIC AUTHORITIES AND NEW SOCIAL IMAGES OF POLITICAL POWER
    CHAIRS Manuel Anselmi, Alberta Giorgi
    DISCUSSANT Alberta Giorgi
    • Discouraging Political Participation, Encouraging Subservience: Towards Anti-democratic Image of Political Power in Covid-driven Poland
      Presenter: Joanna Rak
      Authors: Joanna Rak
    • Science, politics and everyday life. Between populism and subpoliticization
      Presenter: Luca Raffini
      Authors: Luca Raffini, Elisa Lello, Clemente Penalva
    • The Italian vaccine skepticism movement in times of pandemic: Organizational structures and meaning-making practices
      Presenter: Niccolò Bertuzzi
      Authors: Niccolò Bertuzzi, Marco Pedroni, Davide Beraldo

15:15-16:30

  • Seconda plenaria
    Luca Verzichelli (Università degli Studi di Siena)
    Bruno Marino (Università degli Studi di Bologna)
    "La recente evoluzione della disciplina. Docenti, ricercatori, presenza nei corsi di studi"

    CHAIR Francesca Longo

16:30-19:00

  • Assemblea dei soci e elezioni rappresentante ricercatori e Presidenza SISP

Saturday 11th September 2021

09:00-10:45

    Room A 7.10 - Il Piano Nazionale di Ripresa e Resilienza tra cambiamento politico ed eredità storica: Quali implicazioni per le politiche pubbliche?
    CHAIR Fabrizio Di Mascio
    DISCUSSANT Alessandro Natalini
    • Catching up with the European Union’s ecological transition agenda: Italy and the NextGenerationEU instrument
      Presenter: Benedetta Cotta
      Authors: Benedetta Cotta, Ekaterina Domorenok
    • Employment and labour market policies in Italy’s Recovery and Resilience Plan. Same old or a new departure?
      Presenter: Arianna Tassinari
      Authors: Arianna Tassinari
    • Gruppi di interesse e PNRR italiano: un caso di cattura delle decisioni pubbliche?
      Presenter: Luca Germano
      Authors: Luca Germano, Claudia Mariotti, Alberto Bitonti
    • Il pubblico impiego e processi di innovazione delle pubbliche amministrazione locali
      Presenter: Marco La Bella
      Authors: Marco La Bella, Patrizia Santoro
    Room B 6.4 - Political participation, discourses and identities
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Federica Frazzetta, Gianni Piazza, Giuliana Sorci
    DISCUSSANT Federica Frazzetta
    • Protests in Malta in the Covid Era
      Presenter: Michael Briguglio
      Authors: Michael Briguglio
    • So close yet so far: frames and mobilisation strategies of the Italian far-right
      Presenter: Micaela Musacchio Strigone
      Authors: Micaela Musacchio Strigone
    • Social protest, Parties and the changing Manifestations of Populism
      Presenter: Juan Roch Gonzalez
      Authors: Juan Roch Gonzalez
    • Coordinated populism: a reconstruction of M5S Directorate’s communication from 2013 to 2019
      Presenter: Flavio Piccoli
      Authors: Federico Pilati, Flavio Piccoli
    Room C 1.7 - Oppositions in Hybrid Regimes: Forms and Transformations
    CHAIRS Chiara Maritato, Bilge Yabanci
    DISCUSSANT Gianni Del Panta
    • Democratic Opposition Strategies under Autocratization: Grassroots Mobilization and Coalition-Making in Turkey
      Presenter: Bilge Yabanci
      Authors: Bilge Yabanci, Chiara Maritato
    • Dueling Populisms: How Governing and Opposition Parties Exploit Populist Discourses, Close the Political Market, and Trap Serbia in a Hybrid Regime
      Presenter: Nikola Mladenovic
      Authors: Nikola Mladenovic
    • Presidential term limits in sub-Saharan Africa: mapping opposition to aspiring overstayers
      Presenter: Andrea Cassani
      Authors: Andrea Cassani, Luca Tomini
    Room D 12.5 - The impact of Brexit and the futures of the EU-UK cooperation
    CHAIR Edoardo Bressanelli
    DISCUSSANT Edoardo Bressanelli
    • Brexit and the centre-periphery cleavage: Where is the UK territorial constitution heading towards?
      Presenter: Emanuele Massetti
      Authors: Emanuele Massetti
    • Brexit and the UK party system
      Presenter: Gianfranco Baldini
      Authors: Gianfranco Baldini
    • Brexit spillovers: How British domestic politics affected support for European integration in remaining member states
      Presenter: Giorgio Malet
      Authors: Giorgio Malet, Stefanie Walter
    • The UK in search of a role in the world: A Global Britain?
      Presenter: Emidio Diodato
      Authors: Emidio Diodato, Serena Giusti
    Room E 12.3 - European Union trade policymaking in turbulent times
    CHAIR Arlo Poletti
    DISCUSSANT Arlo Poletti
    • Belgian parliaments and the CETA "saga": parliamentary resistance in a multi-level environment?
      Presenter: François Randour
      Authors: François Randour, Scott Hamilton
    • Lobbying sanctions? How private actors respond to EU restrictive measures
      Presenter: Katharina Meissner
      Authors: Katharina Meissner
    • When Bootleggers and Baptists connect: Politicisation and stalemate in the EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement
      Presenter: Scott Hamilton
      Authors: Scott Hamilton, Elena Escalante Block, Dirk De Bièvre
    • The EU New Trade Strategy from a Critical Juncture Perspective
      Presenter: Patricia Garcia Duran
      Authors: Patricia Garcia Duran, L. Johan Eliasson
    Room F 12.10 - Towards an effective and joined-up multi-level governance of the rule of law in the EU. Limits, challenges and alternative strategies for a sustainabl
    CHAIRS Pietro De Perini, Marco Mascia
    DISCUSSANT Sara Pennicino
    • Fostering integration in AFSJ: assessing the effectiveness and legitimacy of European Criminal Law. The case of the European Arrest Warrant.
      Presenter: Vincenza Falletti Maria Nizzero
      Authors: Vincenza Falletti, Maria Nizzero
    • Protecting EU fundamental rights by EU Global Human Rights Sanction Regime – the Case of China
      Presenter: Ling Han
      Authors: Ling Han, Paolo De Stefani
    • The Effects of Covid-19 on the EU Approach on the Rule of Law. What Implications for the Commission and European Parliament?
      Presenter: Pietro De Perini
      Authors: Pietro De Perini, Marco Mascia
    Room H 12.9 - EU integration and the emergence of a transnational cleavage
    Session 1
    CHAIR Nicolò Conti
    DISCUSSANT Fedra Negri
    • Different Twins? The Use of Anti-EU Sovereignist Claims in the Twitter Campaigns of Parties in France and Italy
      Presenter: Luca Carrieri
      Authors: Luca Carrieri, Nicolò Conti
    • Assessing the Push and Pull Factors of Euroscepticism in Times of Crisis - Eurosceptic Belief Diffusion at the Italian Party Level
      Presenter: Tim Henrichsen
      Authors: Tim Henrichsen
    • Vote metropolitanization after the transnational cleavage and the suburbanization of radical right populism: the cases of London and Rome
      Presenter: Mirko Crulli
      Authors: Mirko Crulli
    • Widespread politicization of the EU among citizens? Evidence from a qualitative research on the Italian case (2008-2016)
      Presenter: Giuliano Bobba
      Authors: Giuliano Bobba
    Room L 10.2 - Esperimenti di governance verso la sostenibilità
    CHAIRS Giorgia Nesti, Fulvio Scognamiglio
    DISCUSSANT Alessandro Sancino
    • L'importanza degli attori locali nell'ambito dell'integrazione lavorativa dei rifugiati: il caso dell'Emilia Romagna
      Presenter: Alice Buonaguidi
      Authors: Alice Buonaguidi
    • The discursive construction of a smart city: the case of the ‘Intelligent Territory’ call for projects in the Walloon Region
      Presenter: Giovanni Esposito Andrea Terlizzi
      Authors: Giovanni Esposito, Andrea Terlizzi, Massimo Guarino, Nathalie Crutzen
    • THE EXPERIMENTATION OF NEW GOVERNANCE MODELS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF REMUNICIPALISED WATER SERVICES OF NAPLES AND PARIS
      Presenter: Vanessa Mascia Turri
      Authors: Vanessa Mascia Turri
    Room M 5.9 - L’Europa mediana: la costruzione della sfera pubblica transnazionale tra istituzioni ed everyday life
    CHAIRS Marinella Belluati, Rossana Sampugnaro
    DISCUSSANTS Hans Joerg Trenz, Luciano Morganti
    • Dieci anni ma non li dimostra. Lo spazio dell’Iniziativa dei cittadini europei” e la sua evoluzione nel quadro delle politiche di rafforzamento della partecipazione.
      Presenter: Rossana Sampugnaro
      Authors: Rossana Sampugnaro
    • Le reti di coinvolgimento dei cittadini europei: il caso Together.eu
      Presenter: Mariaeugenia Parito
      Authors: Mariaeugenia Parito, Lucia D'Ambrosi
    • Politiche sovranazionali dell’Unione Europea
      Presenter: Sara Petroccia
      Authors: Sara Petroccia, Andrea Pitasi, Emilia Ferone
    • Prosaicamente Europei. L’Europa di tutti i giorni come ambito di sub-europeizzazione
      Presenter: Luca Raffini
      Authors: Luca Raffini, Alberta Giorgi
    Room N 3.2 - L’ultimo miglio dei leader di governo. Un’emergenza democratica?
    Session 1
    CHAIR Fortunato Musella
    DISCUSSANT Luca Verzichelli
    • Governare per DPCM. L’esecutivo italiano alla prova della pandemia
      Presenter: Annarita Criscitiello
      Authors: Annarita Criscitiello
    • Enfant prodige, o protégé? La presidenza Macron tra personalizzazione e neo-individualismo
      Presenter: Armando Vittoria
      Authors: Armando Vittoria
    • Regno Unito: il premierato personalizzato alla prova dell’emergenza pandemica
      Presenter: Marco Valbruzzi
      Authors: Marco Valbruzzi
    • A polarized democracy? Concetto e pratica della polarizzazione in Italia
      Presenter: Luigi Rullo
      Authors: Raffaella Fittipaldi, Luigi Rullo
    Room P 9.1 - The Left behind: crisis and challenges of the Left in contemporary democracies
    Session 1
    CHAIRS Davide Angelucci, Vincenzo Emanuele
    DISCUSSANT Davide Vittori
    • Class cleavage structuring in Western Europe: a sealed fate?
      Presenter: Vincenzo Emanuele
      Authors: Vincenzo Emanuele
    • Losing one’s home turf? Economic and cultural determinants of electoral change, and a possible radical-right wing capture of leftist economic issues
      Presenter: Davide Angelucci
      Authors: Davide Angelucci, Lorenzo De Sio
    • Networks of Grievances: Social Capital and Mainstream Party Decline
      Presenter: Francesco Colombo
      Authors: Francesco Colombo, Elias Dinas
    Room Q 7.13 - Food policies and sustainability in times of crisis: global challenges and local innovations.
    Session 1
    CHAIR Renata Lizzi
    DISCUSSANT Maria Stella Righettini
    • Le politiche di contrasto alla povertà alimentare. Approcci e recenti sviluppi.
      Presenter: Elisa Bordin
      Authors: Elisa Bordin, Mariastella Righettini
    • Le politiche locali di contrasto alla povertà e allo spreco alimentare: quali configurazioni di attori e assetti di governance nel caso italiano?
      Presenter: Renata Lizzi
      Authors: Renata Lizzi
    • FIES e Poverty Stoplight: un contributo al consolidamento di un sistema di Politiche Locali del Cibo. Da povertà alimentare a insicurezza alimentare.
      Presenter: Irene Ripamonti Greta Caglioti
      Authors: Irene Ripamonti, Greta Caglioti

10:45-12:30

    Room A 12.11 - Politica e politiche dei Piani Nazionali di Ripresa e Resilienza tra pressione europea e fattori domestici
    CHAIRS Fabrizio Di Mascio, Alessandro Natalini
    DISCUSSANT Stefania Profeti
    • Il Pnrr e il Mezzogiorno. Occasione “storica” per la ricomposizione del divario?
      Presenter: Francesco Raniolo
      Authors: Francesco Raniolo, Domenico Cersosimo
    • Italian Gender (in)equality in times of pandemic and the prospects for the future
      Presenter: Alessia Donà
      Authors: Alessia Donà
    • Le politiche di sostegno all'innovazione tecnologica e PNRR: implicazioni e prospettive post-covid-19
      Presenter: Valentina Ottone Michele Barbieri
      Authors: Valentina Ottone, Michele Barbieri
    • The NRRP and administrative modernization in Italy
      Presenter: Fabrizio Di Mascio
      Authors: Fabrizio Di Mascio, Alessandro Natalini
    Room B 6.4 - Political participation, discourses and identities
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Federica Frazzetta, Gianni Piazza, Giuliana Sorci
    DISCUSSANT Giuliana Sorci
    • The convergence of Northwestern and Southern Europe towards radical-right populism during the “long crisis-decade” (2008-2019)
      Presenter: Mirko Crulli Lorenzo Viviani
      Authors: Mirko Crulli, Lorenzo Viviani
    • “The Oktoberfest is populist”: The rhetorical contestation and weaponization of populism in four European parliaments (2010-2020)
      Presenter: Margherita Bordignon
      Authors: Matteo Cesare Mario Casiraghi, Margherita Bordignon
    • Myths and emotion in populist narrative
      Presenter: Cristiano Gianolla
      Authors: Cristiano Gianolla
    Room C 13.1 - La Russia di Putin di Mara Morini - Presentazione del Volume

    La consacrazione interna e internazionale della leadership di Vladimir Putin e il consolidamento di quel sistema di potere ad esso collegato e che ormai viene definito “putinismo”, hanno fatto tornare la Russia – dopo la parziale eclissi degli anni Novanta – al centro del dibattito sia politico che politologico contemporaneo. Se la capacità del Cremlino di usare gli strumenti dell’energia, della forza militare e delle competenze nella dimensione cyber sono temi ormai ben noti, la Russia odierna pone anche dei problemi teorici che chiamano direttamente in causa la Scienza politica e le Relazioni internazionali e alle cui domande non si è ancora giunti a risposte definitive. Quanto pesano qualità e preferenze personali di un singolo sulle sorti di un Paese? Siamo di fronte a un tipo di regime che sfugge alla tradizionale dicotomia tra democrazia e autoritarismo? Qual è il ruolo dell’opposizione politica parlamentare ed extraparlamentare? Quali scenari sulla successione di Putin sono più attendibili? Quali fattori risultano determinanti nell’età contemporanea nella legittimazione di un sistema di potere? E, infine, sarà la logica del balancing o quella del bandwagoning a prevalere nelle scelte strategiche che la Russia compirà negli anni a venire? Prendendo spunto dalla pubblicazione del volume "La Russia di Putin" di Mara Morini (il Mulino, 2020) una serie di esperti – dal mondo accademico, delle istituzioni e delle imprese – ne dialogherà con l’autrice.

     


    CHAIR Gabriele Natalizia
    DISCUSSANTS Gabriele Checchia, Sonia Lucarelli
    Room D 12.2 - A bridge over troubled waters? The EU and party politics in times of multiple crises.
    CHAIRS Benedetta Carlotti, Stella Gianfreda
    DISCUSSANT Benedetta Carlotti
    • Online Hate Speech and the Radical Right in times of Pandemic: The Italian and English cases
      Presenter: Benedetta Carlotti
      Authors: Benedetta Carlotti, Manuela Caiani, Enrico Padoan
    • You can tell someone by the company they keep. Patterns of affiliation and disaffiliation of national parties to European Union political actors
      Presenter: Enrico Calossi
      Authors: Enrico Calossi
    Room E 12.1 - L’Italia e il Next Generation EU. Il contesto sovranazionale
    CHAIRS Manuela Moschella, Luca Verzichelli
    DISCUSSANT Luca Verzichelli
    • Il Recovery Plan italiano: dal governo Conte al governo Draghi
      Presenter: Manuela Moschella
      Authors: Manuela Moschella, Mattia Guidi
    • L’Italia, l’Europa e il Recovery Fund
      Presenter: Manuela Moschella
      Authors: Manuela Moschella, Luca Verzichelli
    • The Genesis of Next Generation EU: Intergovernmental vs Supranational Politics
      Presenter: Edoardo Bressanelli
      Authors: Edoardo Bressanelli, Lucia Quaglia
    Room F 12.7 - Integration and differentiation in the EU: testing effectiveness, sustainability and accountability
    CHAIR Nicoletta Pirozzi
    DISCUSSANT Matteo Bonomi
    • Differentiation in EU foreign and defence policies
      Presenter: Marco Siddi
      Authors: Marco Siddi, Juha Jokela, Tyyne Karjalainen
    • EU differentiation in border, asylum, and police cooperation
      Presenter: Emmanuel Comte
      Authors: Emmanuel Comte, Sandra Lavenex
    • European Union Funds and Defence Sector Integration: Lessons Learned from the Netherlands
      Presenter: Mustafa Ali Sezal
      Authors: Mustafa Ali Sezal, Francesco Giumelli
    • What makes differentiation effective? Some insights from an analysis of differentiated arrangements in the EU economic policy field
      Presenter: Andreas Eisl
      Authors: Andreas Eisl, Eulalia Rubio
    Room H 12.9 - EU integration and the emergence of a transnational cleavage
    Session 2
    CHAIR Nicolò Conti
    DISCUSSANT Mario Quaranta
    • Not trusting EU again: The domestic politics of EU integration across Western, Eastern and Southern member states
      Presenter: Simona Guerra
      Authors: Simona Guerra, Fabio Serricchio
    • European solidarity takes the field: testing the dimensional structure of EU political competition after the crisis
      Presenter: Francesco Visconti
      Authors: Francesco Visconti, Alessandro Pellegata
    • Politicisation of the EU and Voting: an Experimental Analysis
      Presenter: Roberto Pannico
      Authors: Roberto Pannico, Marina Costa Lobo
    • Voting in Bailout Europe: The Left-Right Dimension and the Transnational Cleavage
      Presenter: Marina Costa Lobo
      Authors: Lea Heyne, Marina Costa Lobo, Roberto Pannico
    Room L 11.2 - From Words to Data: the Potential of Text Analysis and Topic Models for Political Studies
    CHAIRS Silvia Decadri, Fedra Negri
    DISCUSSANT Moreno Mancosu
    • Gender Politics and Stereotypes in the Italian Parliament (1948-2020)
      Presenter: Silvia Decadri
      Authors: Silvia Decadri, Luigi Curini, Fedra Negri
    • Ideological Congruence and Bureaucratic Efficiency: Evidence from the US Federal Bureaucracy
      Presenter: Luca Bellodi
      Authors: Luca Bellodi, Massimo Morelli, Matia Vannoni
    • "Scherza con i fanti, ma lascia stare i santi". Matching policy and non-policy issues on Twitter for political actors and its consequences
      Presenter: Luigi Curini
      Authors: Luigi Curini, Andrea Molle, Giovanni Pagano
    • The release of #SilviaRomano: a case of polarized intersectionality
      Presenter: Antonio Martella
      Authors: Antonio Martella, Elena Pavan
    • Thou shalt not generalize without testing. A commandment for political scientists utilizing Supervised Machine Learning approaches.
      Presenter: Federico Russo
      Authors: Federico Russo, Pietro Ducange, Silvio Fabi
    Room M 7.2 - Ideas, narratives, and change in public policy, administration, and management
    CHAIRS Laura Cataldi, Giovanni Esposito, Andrea Terlizzi
    DISCUSSANTS Laura Cataldi, Giovanni Esposito, Andrea Terlizzi
    • Does the regional subculture matter? A subnational analysis of social investment policiesin Emilia-Romagna and Veneto.
      Presenter: Alessandro Nardo
      Authors: Alessandro Nardo
    • If it fits, it sits: Social investment diffusion in housing policies
      Presenter: Tommaso Frangioni
      Authors: Tommaso Frangioni
    • Regulating for Innovation or Regulating Innovation? The Ideational Politics of Innovation in the European Union
      Presenter: Claudio Radaelli
      Authors: Claudio Radaelli, Giacinto Della Cananea, Mauro Bussani, Gaia Taffoni
    • “You can’t say no forever”. A Narrative Policy Analysis of the new High-Speed Station in Florence.
      Presenter: Marco Di Giulio
      Authors: Marco Di Giulio, Fabrizio Coticchia
    Room N 3.2 - L’ultimo miglio dei leader di governo. Un’emergenza democratica?
    Session 2
    CHAIR Domenico Fracchiolla
    DISCUSSANT Emidio Diodato
    • Il potere monocratico alla prova delle sfide cibernetiche. L’esperienza italiana in prospettiva comparata
      Presenter: Mauro Santaniello
      Authors: Francesco Amoretti, Domenico Fracchiolla, Mauro Santaniello
    • Tra coordinamento e accentramento: Angela Merkel e il contenimento della pandemia di Covid-19 nel contesto federale della Germania
      Presenter: Michelangelo Vercesi
      Authors: Michelangelo Vercesi
    • Strengthening monocratic powers in an age of pandemic? Insights from the Italian and German cases
      Presenter: Adriano Cozzolino
      Authors: Adriano Cozzolino, Daniela Caterina, Diego Giannone
    Room P 9.1 - The Left behind: crisis and challenges of the Left in contemporary democracies
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Davide Angelucci, Vincenzo Emanuele
    DISCUSSANT Davide Vittori
    • Love interrupted? Left power and the pursuit of equality in Western Europe (1900-2020)
      Presenter: Federico Trastulli
      Authors: Federico Trastulli, Vincenzo Emanuele
    • The intergenerational foundations of class voting: social mobility and electoral choice in Western Europe
      Presenter: Giuseppe Ciccolini
      Authors: Giuseppe Ciccolini, Juho Härkönen
    • The participation cleavage. A comparative study of increasing class-based participatory inequalities in Western Europe
      Presenter: Davide Angelucci
      Authors: Davide Angelucci
    Room Q 7.13 - Food policies and sustainability in times of crisis: global challenges and local innovations.
    Session 2
    CHAIRS Renata Lizzi, Maria Stella Righettini
    DISCUSSANT Egidio Dansero
    • From formulation to implementation of urban food policies. The role of policy entrepreneurs in the case of Turin
      Presenter: Federico Cuomo
      Authors: Federico Cuomo, Stefania Ravazzi, Egidio Dansero
    • Come l’esperienza della pandemia ha trasformato le traiettorie della Food Policy di Milano
      Presenter: Andrea Magarini
      Authors: Andrea Magarini
    • La politica del cibo a Roma Capitale. Percorsi di costruzione sociale ed economica.
      Presenter: Davide Marino Giampiero Mazzocchi
      Authors: Davide Marino, Giampiero Mazzocchi
    • La politica nazionale di contrasto alla povertà alimentare durante la crisi Convid-19. Attori e strumenti dell'implementazione in 100 città italiane.
      Presenter: Maria Stella Righettini
      Authors: Maria Stella Righettini

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