is full Professor of Positive Political Theory in the Department of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Milan. His research interests include electoral behaviour, law making, representation and courts. He has published in European Union Politics, Political Science Research and Methods, West European Politics, European Journal of Political Research, European Political Science Review, Public Choice, Southern European Society and Politics and Constitutional Political Economy, Italian Political Science Review. In 2013 he has published a book on the Italian political system "La Repubblica dei veti (Milano, Egea)". He has been director of the Ph.D program in Political Studies at Università Statale di Milano and he is currently member of the steering comittee of Italian Political Science Association.
is full Professor in Economic Sociology at the University of Milan, where he is also director of the Ph.D program in Economic Sociology and Labor Studies. His research interests concern social stratification and inequalities, with particular focus on education and geographic mobility. He recently published the book "Education, occupation and Social Origin (2016, with F. Bernardi).
is full professor of Political sociology in the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Milan, where he is director of the PhD programme in Sociology and Methodology of Social Research and director of POMLAB (Public Opinion & Media Lab). His research interests include: leadership, charisma, ideologies, framing, group prejudices, social media, movements of opinion, social bases of voting. He has published, among others, in Information, Communication & Society; Electoral Studies; European Journal of Communication; International Journal of Public Opinion Research; Journal of Experimental Political Science; Leadership; Italian Political Science Review; Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia. He is president of ITANES (Italian National Election Studies).
is professor of Political Science at the University of Milan. Principal investigator of research projects SOLID and EUSOCIALCIT, funded by the European Research Council. He mainly deals with comparative politics and public policy analysis. Since 2005 he has been columnist for Il Corriere della Sera. His latest book in Italian is Il Quinto Stato, Laterza 2019.
Matteo Jessoula is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the PhD programme in Political Studies at the University of Milan. He is also Co-director of the International Observatory on Social Cohesion and Inclusion, Reggio Emilia; National coordinator of the Italian team in the European Social Policy Network, and Member of the boards of ESPAnet (European Social Policy Network) and ESPAnet Italy. He has published several contributions, among which the volumes Fighting poverty and Social Exclusion in the EU. A Chance in Europe 2020, Routledge, 2018 (co-edited with I. Madama); Labour Market Flexibility and Pension Reforms. Flexible Today, Secure Tomorrow?, Palgrave, 2012 (co-edited with K. Hinrichs); La politica pensionistica, Il Mulino, 2009.
Giampiero Cama (Università degli Studi di Genova - POLS)
Mario Cardano (Università degli Studi di Torino - SOMET)
Diego Gambetta ( Collegio Carlo Alberto)
Guido Legnante (Università degli Studi di Pavia - POLS)
Luisa Leonini (Università degli Studi di Milano - SOMET)
Nazareno Panichella (Università degli Studi di Milano)
Francesca Pasquali (Università degli Studi di Milano - POLS)
Roberto Pedersini (Università degli Studi di Milano - ESLS)
Giovanni Semi (Università degli Studi di Torino - SOMET)
Flaminio Squazzoni (Università degli Studi di Milano - ESLS)