Alessandro Pellegata is an associate professor of Political Science in the Department of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Milan. His main research activity is in the interplay between comparative institutional analysis and comparative public opinion. He studies government alternation, party-voter congruence, support to the European Union and political corruption.
A. Pellegata Dutch, Swedish, German, Spanish, French, Italian, and English citizens. Between health and economy, here's how they choose
We are free to travel and work without being discriminated. What, then, makes us chauvinists?