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Oct 10, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Did the citizenship income scheme do it? The supposed electoral consequence of a flagship policy", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/ETGJKJ, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:8gD2CDK9uWcMu00jos9zew== [fileUNF]
In the aftermath of the 2022 Italian legislative elections, but also during the entire electoral campaign, several claims were made that much of the electoral support for the Five Star Movement had been triggered by the ‘Reddito di cittadinanza’ – the welfare policy introduced in...
May 31, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Italy in the Council of the European Union: votes and statements", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/E57J54, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:z4YJw9uVgx1aePH2VoI0JQ== [fileUNF]
The Council of the European Union is considered to be ‘a consensus machine’. Yet, disagreements still happen at the voting stage, with abstentions, oppositions, and statements defining the positions of national delegations even at the end of long bargaining processes. This articl...
May 10, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Absolute and benchmarked economic voting. A subnational perspective on a decade of elections in Southern Europe", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/4GVTJL, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:npNR8papvrX0PbO1Tw2Low== [fileUNF]
The article analyses the 15 elections that took place between 2010 and 2019 in four South European countries – Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain – through the lenses of the retrospective vote theory. The large within-country variation of economic conditions justifies the adoption...
Mar 19, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Policy-taking styles: a typology and an empirical application to anti-Covid policies", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/3NPROL, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:VD14bRFNnUm6ZzpSclPrHA== [fileUNF]
Several studies have investigated the variety of governance strategies adopted by European countries to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic. Some nations relied on a more liberal approach, based on recommendations and a lack of mandatory constraints; others trusted more top-down regu...
Feb 10, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Westminster as Usual? Three Interpretations for the UK Democracy", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/A34WY8, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:73AWzsyTd+K42Rm1vfdx5Q== [fileUNF]
The Brexit process has shattered the foundations of British politics, with prime ministerial resignations, government defeats, continuous rebellions and floor-crossings. These phenomena seem at odds with the usual decisiveness of Westminster systems. However, the aforementioned d...
Feb 10, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Economy or austerity. Drivers of retrospective voting before and during the Great Recession", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/72WAYH, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:chtcbp/qkUrYP7n0cm9LEQ== [fileUNF]
During the Great Recession, exceptionally harsh economic conditions were often countered by austerity policies that, according to many, further worsened and protracted the negative conjuncture. Both elements, the poor state of the economy and the contractionary manoeuvers, are su...
Feb 10, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Benchmarking or spillovers: The economic vote before and during the Great Recession", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/GV3DMX, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:7BZMTeXLLakUaiEE4Z1rIA== [fileUNF]
During the Great Recession many incumbent parties were not confirmed in power by the ballots. The harsh law of the economic vote severely undermined their electoral chances. Yet it is unclear if they were punished by the absolute poor state of affairs, or by the relative deterior...
Feb 10, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Economic vote and globalization before and during the Great Recession", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/DVOELQ, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:eh5b2dPMf5ms7LaUz33/yw== [fileUNF]
The Great Recession undoubtedly reduced the electoral prospects of incumbent parties, coherently with the expectations of the economic vote theory. Yet, the exceptionality of the period may have displaced other elements of that theory, such as, for instance, the moderating impact...
Feb 7, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: Making sense of pollsters’ errors. An analysis of the 2014 second-order European election predictions", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/ZSCGJ7, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:VC4hN4LLbVkgYc6MF6nhSQ== [fileUNF]
Pollsters have been recently accused of delivering poor electoral predictions. We argue that one of the reasons for their failures lies in the difficulty of including an updated deep understanding of electoral behaviour. Even if pollsters’ predictions are not forecasts produced b...
Feb 7, 2023
Giuliani, Marco, 2023, "Replication Data for: The economic vote at the party level: Electoral behaviour during the great recession", https://doi.org/10.13130/RD_UNIMI/VLI12K, UNIMI Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:QQCFMwTgJHsThOAIbp/gaQ== [fileUNF]
The Great Recession is a non-trivial test bed for the theory of economic voting, especially if its predictions are decomposed at the party level, as done in this article by analysing the electoral performances of parties competing in 89 national elections held in the 28 member st...
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