The Giovanni Sartori Prize is awarded annually to the authors of the best paper in the preceding volume of IPSR.
The 2020 Prize Selection Committee was composed of Isabelle Engeli, Sylvia Kritzinger and Leonardo Morlino.
We are pleased to offer free access to all of the winning papers shown below.
2020 - Vincenzo Emanuele, Bruno Marino and Davide Angelucci, The congealing of a new cleavage? The evolution of the demarcation bloc in Europe (1979–2019), Issue 50.3 (November 2020)
2019 - Marco Lisi, Party innovation, hybridization and the crisis: the case of Podemos, Issue 49.3 (November 2019)
2018 - Benedetta Carlotti, The odd couple: analyzing United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and Italian Five Stars Movement’s (FSM’s) European Union (EU)-opposition in the European Parliament (EP), Issue 48.2 (July 2018)
2017 - Danilo Di Mauro and Irena Fiket, Debating Europe, transforming identities: assessing the impact of deliberative poll treatment on identity, Issue 47.3 (November 2017)
2016 - Federico Russo and Luca Verzichelli, Government ideology and party priorities: the determinants of public spending changes in Italy, Issue 46.3 (November 2016)
2015 - Nicola Maggini and Vincenzo Emanuele, Contextual effects on individual voting behaviour: the impact of party system nationalization in Europe, Issue 45.2 (July 2015)