Articles by Davide Pellegrino

February 23, 2021

Mario Draghi’s governing bandwagon has been voted in. Expect a bumpy ride

Davide Pellegrino
Mario Draghi’s new government enjoys broad support in both Italian parliamentary chambers. But Matteo Salvini's League is likely to make its life difficult. Daniele Albertazzi and Davide Pellegrino speculate that Salvini’s party will likely keep one foot in and one foot out of government
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Davide Pellegrino
Research Assistant at the University of Turin

Davide’s main research interests focus on comparative politics, electoral geography, regime changes and the quality of democracy.

His most recent publications are Italy's disappearing ‘red regions’: a longitudinal analysis (with Bruno Bracalente and Antonio Forcina) and Authoritarian resilience through top-down transformation: making sense of Myanmar's incomplete transition (with Stefano Ruzza and Giuseppe Gabusi).

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