Nicola Martocchia Diodati
I have graduated in Political Science at the University of Milan and in Public and International Communication at the Catholic University of Sacred Hearth in Milan. I have been involved in research on primary elections and party elites since 2010. Moreover, along with researchers at the Center for the Study of Political Change (CIRCaP) of the University of Siena, I have been working on a research on parliamentary and governmental Italian elites. Furthermore, in the last years I have been a member of a research team on parliamentary rules at the University of Oxford and I have also collaborated with the Italian Law-Making Archive project at the University of Milan.
My research interests focus on electoral behaviour, political elites and party organisations. I am also particularly interested in rational theory, political psychology and quantitative methods.