-Link to the scientific article: Martin, L. & Vanberg, G. (2020). What You See Is Not Always What You Get: Bargaining before an Audience under Multiparty Government. American Political Science Review, 114(4), 1138-1154. doi:10.1017/S0003055420000337
1 – What aspects not yet considered in coalition theory does your study introduce?
2 – Which European voters are less aware (and thus leave more leeway in coalitions for the parties they vote for)? Is greater awareness peculiar to a specific political area?
3 – What about Italy, then?
4 – Would this theory explain why it’s easier to create right-wing coalitions in Italy (and why they last longer)?
Giulia Riva asked Lanny Martin, professor of Political Science at Bocconi University, in Milan.
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Interview and editig: Giulia Riva, journalist