3 July 2020
Voters' Behavior and Party Competition in Turbulent Times
This course introduces students to the analysis of party systems, party competition, and voting behavior through the presentation of recent theories and empirical findings, as well as through interactive data analysis labs.
Prof. Lorenzo De Sio
Bachelor's degree students
The course has an empirical approach, as data analysis goes hand in hand with theoretical explanations. By adopting a comparative and longitudinal perspective across European countries, the course aims at introducing students to the evolution of party systems, party competition and voting behavior in Western Europe over the past decade, with a specific focus on the disruptive changes occurring in recent years. Moreover, the course also provides students with networking opportunities through meetings with leading figures and observers of Italian politics and institutions.
EUR 1000: Fee includes:
- 1 week course
Fee does not include accomodation
EUR 450: Fee 2 is optional and includes:
- 1 week accomodation in single room
300 for accomodation in double room