Davide Morisi, PhD

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1010 Wien
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Universitätsassistent (Post Doc)

Short Bio: Before joining the Department of Government at the University of Vienna, Davide completed his PhD at the European University Institute. His doctoral dissertation has been selected among the notable theses defended at the EUI. Davide holds a master’s degree from the London School of Economics, and has been visiting researcher at New York University, University of Copenhagen, and University of Edinburgh.

Research interests: political behaviour, public opinion and the media, political psychology, experimental methods.


Published articles and working papers

Morisi, D. (2017) “Biased but moderate voters: How information depolarizes political attitudes”CVAP Working Paper Series 3/2017

Morisi, D. (2016) “Voting under uncertainty: the effect of information in the campaign for the Scottish independence referendum”. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 26(3): 354-372

Morisi, D. (2016) “Shaping voting intentions: the effect of information in the Scottish independence referendum”, SPP Working Paper 521, University of Strathclyde.

Morisi, D. (2014) “Shaping voting intentions: an experimental study on the role of information in the Scottish independence referendum”, EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2014/88, 2014.

Craufurd Smith, R., Tambini, D., and Morisi, D. (2012) “Regulating media plurality and media power in the 21st century”. Media policy brief, 7. The London School of Economics and Political Science



Book chapters

Karremans, J., Malet, G. and Morisi, D. (forthcoming). “A changing political landscape. The Italian transition from a bipolar to a multi-polar party system”. In Hutter, S. and Kriesi, H. (Eds.), Transformative elections? Restructuring the National Political Space in Europe in Times of Multiple Crises.


Selected media outlet

My research has featured in the following, selected media outlets: The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Times, The IndependentThe Herald Scotland, La Repubblica, LSE Europp Blog, LSE Media Policy Blog, EUI Times,