Books and edited volumes
Daniele Caramani is the author of books including The Europeanization of Politics (Cambridge University Press 2015) and The Nationalization of Politics (Cambridge University Press 2004) for which he has been awarded UNESCO's ‘Stein Rokkan Prize for Comparative Research in the Social Sciences’. He has authored Introduction to the Comparative Method with Boolean Algebra (Sage, ‘Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences’ 2009) and Elections in Western Europe since 1815 (Palgrave 2000, supplemented with CD-ROM). He edits the textbook Comparative Politics (Oxford University Press 2020, fifth edition). Among various edited books, a new volume on The Technocratic Challenge to Democracy (Rouledge 2020) has recently been published.
Selected journal articles and chapters
Bertsou, Eri and Daniele Caramani (2020). People Haven't Had Enough of Experts: Measuring Technocratic Attitudes among Citizens in Nine European Democracies. American Political Science Journal (Early View).
Caramani, Daniele and Luca Manucci (2019). National Past and Populism: The Re-Elaboration of Fascism and Its Impact on Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe. West European Politics. 42 (6):1159-87.
Caramani, Daniele (2017). Will vs. Reason: The Populist and Technocratic Forms of Representation and Their Critique to Party Government. American Political Science Review 111(1): 54-67.
Caramani, Daniele and Ken Kollman (2017). The Nationalization of Electoral Politics: Frontiers of Research, Special symposium of Electoral Studies, 47: 51-145.
Caramani, Daniele and Florian Grotz (2015). Voting Rights in the Age of Globalization. Special issue of Democratization 22(5).
Caramani, Daniele, Celis, Karen and Bram Wauters (2014). The Representation of Old and New Cleavages in Europe. In Deschouwer, Kris and Sam Depauw (eds.), Political Representation in the Twenty-First Century. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Caramani, Daniele (2012). The Europeanization of Electoral Politics: An Analysis of Converging Voting Distributions in 30 European Party Systems, 1970–2008. Party Politics 18(6): 803–23.
Caramani, Daniele and Oliver Strijbis (2012). Discrepant Electorates: The Inclusiveness of Electorates and Its Impact on the Representation of Citizens. Parliamentary Affairs 65(1): 1–21.
Camia, Valeria and Daniele Caramani (2011). Family Meetings: Ideological Convergence Within Party Families Across Europe, 1945–2009. Comparative European Politics 10(1): 48–85.
Caramani, Daniele (2011). Electoral Waves: An Analysis of Trends, Spread and Swings Across 20 West European Countries 1970–2008. Representation 47(2): 137–60.
Caramani, Daniele (2010). Of Differences and Similarities: Is the Explanation of Variation a Limitation to (or of) Comparative Analysis? European Political Science 9: 34–48.
Caramani, Daniele (2010). Alpine Europe. In: Dyson, K. and A. Sepos (eds.), Which Europe? The Politics of Differentiated Integration. London: Palgrave (pp. 83–98).
Caramani, Daniele (2006). Is There a European Electorate and What Does It Look Like? Evidence from Electoral Volatility Measures, 1976–2004. West European Politics 29(1): 1–27.
Caramani, Daniele (2003). The End of Silent Elections: The Birth of Electoral Competition, 1832–1915. Party Politics 9(4): 411–43.
Caramani, Daniele (2003). State Administration and Regional Construction in Central Europe: A Historical Perspective. In: Keating, M. and J. Hughes, (eds.), The Regional Challenge in Central and Eastern Europe: Territorial Restructuring and European Integration. Brussels: P.I.E.-Peter Lang (pp. 21–50).