A New Ph.D. Programme in Global Studies at Urbino University

The University of Urbino is launching a new interdisciplinary Ph.D. Programme in Global Studies, at the crossroads of Economics, Business, Sociology, Political Science and Law. The Programme has a high quality faculty, including outstanding guests lecturers from major international universities.

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THE ITALIAN CONSTITUTIONAL REFERENDUM: THE FEARS BEHIND THE NO VOTE (on SPERI.comment: the political economy blog)

SPERI (Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute) have published an interesting analysis by Fabio Bordignon, Luigi Ceccarini and Ilvo Diamanti on the voting dynamics behind the results of the Constitutional Referendum held in Italy in December 2016. Continue reading “THE ITALIAN CONSTITUTIONAL REFERENDUM: THE FEARS BEHIND THE NO VOTE (on SPERI.comment: the political economy blog)”

Who governs EU – Blog: The Gentiloni cabinet: much ado about nothing? by Bruno Marino

In this article, published in the Blog of the Party Systems and Governments Observatory, Bruno Marino offers an analysis of the new Italian government and explores the possible electoral law reform scenarios resulting from the ‘no’ vote in December’s  referendum’.

Here is the link:

http://whogoverns.eu/1681-2/