Stefano Bartolini has published research on French and Italian politics, presidentialism and institutional reform, political parties, and European electoral history and electoral behaviour.
Most recent contributions to books:
2015. Rivisitando ‘Cosa è Politica’ di Giovanni Sartori, in S. Passigli (ed.) La Politica come Scienza. Scritti in onore di Giovanni Sartori, Firenze, Passigli Editori, 57-84.
2014. Peter Mair: An intellectual portrait (with H. Daalder), in Peter Mair, On Parties, Party Systems and Democracy, edited by Van Biezen, Ingrid, Colchester, Essex: ECPR Press, pp. 25-44
2012. The strange case of the ‘European parties’, in Erol Kulacki (ed.), Europeanisation and political parties’. Colchester, Essex: ECPR Press, 157-170.
2011.Cleavages: Social and Political, in Badie, Bertrand, Dirk Berg-Schlosser and Leonardo Morlino International Encyclopedia of Political Science, Thousand Oacks: Sage Publications, 276-282.
2011. New Modes of European Governance –An Introduction, in Heritier, A. and M. Rhodes (eds), New Modes of European GovernanceI, London: Palgrave, forthcoming 2011, 1-19
2016. Cleavages, divides and Voting Theory, Montero J. R. and P. Segatti (eds), Religiosity, Ideology, and Vote in Europe, forthcoming
Most recent books:
2015. The Role of Parties in Twenty- First Century Politics. Responsive and Responsible, edited with Luciano Bardi and Alexander H. Trechsel, London: Routledge.
2012. La mobilisation politique de la gauche européenne (1860-1980), Buxelles : Editions de l’univerité de Bruxelles. French translation of ‘The Class Cleavage’
2005. Restructuring Europe. Centre formation, system building and political structuring between the nation state and the EU. Oxford: OxfordUniversity Press
2002. Maggioritario finalmente?La transizione elettorale 1994-2001, (co-edited with R. D'Alimonte), Bologna, Il Mulino.
2000. The Class Cleavage. The electoral Mobilisation of the European Left 1880-1980, Cambridge (Mass.), Cambridge University Press.