Volume 2, April 2009

The transfer process from the old Italian Political Science platform (now no longer accessible) to the new one is massive, but we are doing our best to perform this task quickly and efficiently. We ask for your patience as we organize content on the new website. Thanks for bearing with us.

All Volume 2 articles, however, are currently accessible in this page in a temporary .pdf format.

We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your interest in IPS older issues.

Eight years of development: the Italian academic community of Political Scientists within Universities and Departments
Luigi Curini, published on April 1, 2009.

The present report focuses on the development of the Italian community of political scientists, in terms of tenure positions, according to the latest information provided by the Italian Ministry of University and Research. […]

Political Science Reviews, Italian Style. A Round-Table with the Editors of Political Science Journals
Annarita Criscitiello, published on April 1, 2009.

How many copies of your journal are printed? And how many subscriptions do you have?
Fabbrini: RISP was founded in 1971 by Giovanni Sartori and became the official journal of the Italian Association of Political Science (SISP) in 2004. […]

Italian political science in international journals: An update of Plümper and Radaelli’s “Publish or Perish”
Filippo Tronconi, published on April 1, 2009.

«[…] international publications typical of Italian political scientists is on Italian politics. Accordingly, special issues on Italian politics may well mobilize Italian political scientists, but otherwise Italians are rarely engaged with the European and international debate». […]

A review of PhD Research Projects conducted within political science PhD Programmes run at Italian Universities
Stefania Panebianco, published on April 1, 2009.

This article analyzes data from a survey conducted in July 2008 in order to map the research methods and themes adopted by PhD students currently enrolled at Italian universities in the field of political science. […]

The presence of political science in the Italian university curricula
Giliberto Capano and Luca Verzichelli, published on April 1, 2009.

As it is well known, Italy was the first country to begin implementation of the “Bologna process”. The new system of university curricula was established by government in 1999, and is currently being re-styled, although the cornerstones of the new system have been preserved. […]

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