Political studies

Dottorati
Doctoral programme (PhD)
A.Y. 2020/2021
Study area
Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
Inter-university
Università di Pavia
Doctoral programme (PhD)
3
Years
Dipartimento di Scienze sociali e politiche - Via Conservatorio, 7 - Milano
English
The interuniversity doctoral programme in Political Studies (POLS) integrates coherently empirical-positive and theoretical-normative approaches in political science. The programme therefore provides students with the methodological tools and cultural background common to the various lines of study and research, and a solid specialised preparation in four main areas, which may in some cases overlap:
a) institutions and public policy;
b) political theory and political philosophy;
c) international studies;
d) political communication, public opinion and political behaviour.
In order to promote the internationalization of the doctoral programme, English will be the official language.
The POLS doctoral programme aims to form not only young researchers who can engage in international academia but also professional figures able to undertake research, provide consultancy, coordinate and manage private research centres, think tanks, and political and economic organizations, both private and public, in regional, national and international contexts.
Tutte le classi di laurea magistrale
Dipartimento di Scienze sociali e politiche - Via Conservatorio, 7 - Milano
Title Professor(s)
African politics
M. Bogaards
Agents and agency in policy-making
G. Capano
Analysis of Political Concepts
F. Battegazzorre
Antipolitics and Populism
G. Bobba
F. Chiapponi
Attitudes towards politics
G. Legnante
Big Data
Bioethics: Legal and Political Aspects
Civil disobedience
Coalition governments
Company-based Welfare
Comparative education and higher education policy
G. Capano
Comparative electoral behavior
G. Legnante
Comparative Institutions
F. Battegazzorre
Comparative Labor Policy
S. Sacchi
G. Bonoli
Comparative legislative, executive and bureaucratic politics
Comparative methodological strategies
Comparative Migration Policy
T. Caponio
Comparative Political Economy
G. Bonoli
S. Sacchi
Comparative Social Policy
S. Sacchi
P. Vesan
G. Bonoli
Comparative welfare state
G. Bonoli
Conjoint analysis and valence voting
Contemporary liberal theory
M. Bianchin
Corruption
Courts
Defence policy
A. Locatelli
Democratic performance
M. Boogards
Democratic Theory
Democratization
M. Bogaards
Digitalization, social and employment policies
S. Sacchi
Dirty hands and political responsibility
M. Bianchin
Economy 4.0 and public policies
S. Sacchi
Electoral behavior
G. Legnante
Electoral Campaigns
G. Legnante
G. Bobba
Empirical Political Theory
F. Battegazzorre
Environmental policy
EU Social and Economic Governance
P. Vesan
European Foreign and Security Policy
A. Locatelli
European Integration: policies, politics and institutions (socio-economic governance)
M. Clementi
European Union Policies
Europeanization
G. Bobba
Executive and Legislative Politics of the European Union
Foreign Policy Analysis
M. Clementi
Fundamental Rights and Constitutional Theory
Geopolitics
M. Clementi
Governance processes in local development policies
P. Vesan
Healthcare policy
Human Rights and Women's Rights
Humanitarian Intervention and R2P
Humans Rights and Normative Pluralism
Hybrid regimes
M. Boogards
Immigration
T. Caponio
International Relations
M. Clementi
A. Locatelli
Intraparty Politics
Italian Politics
F. Chiapponi
Justice and injustice
M. Bianchin
Law and Politics
Legislative Studies
LGBT Rights and Politics
Local government and governance
T. Caponio
Media and Politics
G. Legnante
Methodological issues in political philosophy
M. Bianchin
Middle East
V. Parsi
Military Intervention
Minimum income protection in comparative perspective: policy and politics
Models of Compromise
M. Bianchin
Multilevel governance of immigration and immigrant integration policies
T. Caponio
National and European identity
G. Legnante
NATO and Transatlantic Relations
M. Clementi
Neo-institutional analysis
G. Bonoli
Organization of business interest
Occupational welfare
Party and Party Systems
M. Boogards
Party Competition
Party Politics
F. Chiapponi
Pluralism of values and political disagreements
M. Bianchin
Policy advisory and evidence based Policy
G. Capano
Policy change: drivers and mechanisms
G. Capano
Policy design
G. Capano
Policy implications of electoral rules
Policy learning
P. Vesan
G. Capano
Policy mechanism design and policy analysis
Policy tools
G. Capano
Political communication
G. Legnante
G. Bobba
Political Institutions
F. Battegazzorre
F. Chiapponi
Political Parties
F. Chiapponi
Politics and development
Public administration
G. Capano
Public opinion
G. Legnante
G. Bobba
Public-Private Partnership
Qualitative methods
Rational choice Theory and Formal modeling
Realism in IR Theory
Representation
Second Welfare
Security Studies
M. Clementi
Social Innovation
Social Investment
Social rights and distributive justice
Social-media analysis
Spatial theory of voting
Strategic Studies
The politics of public policies
G. Capano
The politics of social policies
P. Vesan
G. Bonoli
Transatlantic Relations
V. Parsi
Truth and politics
M. Bianchin
US Foreign Policy
M. Clementi
Valence politics
War Studies
Welfare and Philanthropy
Work-life balance and family policies in comparative perspective

Enrollment

Places available: 7


Call for applications


Please refer to the call for admission test dates and contents, and how to register.


Application for admission: from 10/07/2020 to 14/09/2020


Application for matriculation: from 12/10/2020 to 16/10/2020


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