Pubblicazioni

VOLUMI

Giovanni Carbone – Camillo Casola (eds.), Sahel: 10 years of instability. Local, regional and international dynamics, Milan, ISPI, 2022

Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Europe and Africa. The long search for common ground, Milan, ISPI, 2021

Giovanni Carbone – Alessandro Pellegata, Political leadership in Africa. Leaders and development south of the Sahara, Cambridge University Press, 2020

Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Africa’s thorny Horn. Searching for a new balance in the age of pandemic, Milan, ISPI, 2020

Giovanni Carbone, L’Africa. Gli stati, la politica, i conflitti, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2021 (IV ed. aggiornata, I ed. 2005)

Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Leaders for a new Africa. Democrats, autocrats and development, Milano, ISPI, 2019

Giovanni Carbone (ed.), A vision of Africa’s future, Mapping change, transformations and trajectories towards 2030, Milano, ISPI, 2018

Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Out of Africa. Why people migrate, Milano, ISPI, 2017

Giovanni Carbone (ed.), South Africa: the need for change, Milano, ISPI, 2016

Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Africa: still rising?, Milano, ISPI, 2015

Giovanni Carbone (con Marta Montanini), Leoni d’Africa. Come l’Italia può intercettare la crescita subsahariana, Milano, Università Bocconi Editore, 2015

Giovanni Carbone (con Gianpaolo Bruno, Gian Paolo Calchi Novati, Marta Montanini), Scommettere sull’Africa emergente. Opportunità e scenari della presenza italiana nell’Africa subsahariana, Milano, ISPI, 2013

Giovanni Carbone, No-party democracy? Ugandan politics in comparative perspective, Boulder (Co), Lynne Rienner, 2008 (selezionato tra i candidati al Best Book on African Politics Award dell’African Politics Conference Group)

ARTICOLI ACCADEMICI SU RIVISTE INTERNAZIONALI PEER-REVIEWED

Giovanni Carbone (con Alessandro Pellegata), “Researching the dynamics of leaders’ replacement: The Africa Leadership Change (ALC) dataset”, European Political Science, 17(2), 2018, pp. 187–210

– (con Alessandro Pellegata), “To elect or not to elect. Leaders, alternation in power and social welfare in sub-Saharan Africa”, Journal of Development Studies, 53 (12), 2017, pp. 1965-1987

– (con Andrea Cassani), “Nigeria and democratic progress by elections in Africa”, Africa Spectrum, 3, 2016, pp. 33-59

– (con Vincenzo Memoli e Lia Quartapelle), “Are lions democrats? The impact of democratization on economic growth in Africa, 1980-2010”, Democratization, 23 (1), 2016, pp. 27-48

– (con Andrea Cassani), “Citizen wellbeing in African competitive authoritarian regimes”, Zeitschrift fuer Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft / Comparative Politics and Governance, 10 (supplement 1), 2016, pp. 191-213

– (con Vincenzo Memoli), “Does democratization foster state consolidation? Democratic rule, political order, and administrative capacity”, Governance, 28 (1), 2015, pp. 5-24

– , “Democratization as a state-building mechanism: a preliminary discussion of an understudied relationship”, Political Studies Review, 13 (1), 2015, pp. 11-21

– , “Do new democracies deliver social welfare? Political regimes and health policy in Ghana and Cameroon”Democratization, 19 (2), 2012, pp.157-183 (Premio Frank Cass 2012 per il Migliore Articolo su Democratization, Routledge/Taylor & Francis Publishers)

– , “Democratic demands and social policies: the politics of health reform in Ghana”Journal of Modern African Studies, 49 (3), 2011, pp.381-408

– , “Las consecuencias de la democratización”, Journal of Democracy en Español, 2, 2010, pp.139-156

– , “The consequences of democratization”, Journal of Democracy, 20 (2), 2009, pp. 123-137

– , “Political parties and party systems in Africa: themes and research perspectives”, World Political Science Review, 3 (3), 2007, pp.1-29

– , “Comprendre les partis et les systèmes de partis africains: entre modèles et recherches empiriques”, Politique Africaine, 104, 2006, pp. 18-37

– ,Continuidade na renovação? Ten years of multiparty politics in Mozambique: roots, evolution and stabilisation of the Frelimo-Renamo party system”, Journal of Modern African Studies, 43 (3), 2005, pp. 417-442

– , “Political parties in a ‘no-party democracy’. Hegemony and opposition under ‘Movement democracy’ in Uganda”, Party Politics, 9 (4), 2003, pp. 485-502

– , “Constitutional alternatives for the regulation of ethnic politics? Institution-building principles in Uganda’s and South Africa’s transitions”, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 19 (2), July 2001, pp.229-252

ALTRE PUBBLICAZIONI

G. Carbone, “Major external players in Africa: A ‘competitive chain’“, in A. Colombo – P. Magri (eds), The great transition, Milan, ISPI, 2022, pp. 175-185

Giovanni Carbone,G. Carbone, “The EU’s New Africa Strategy: Brussels’ proposal and African responses”, in A. Colombo – P. Magri (eds), The world and the pandemic: Europe’s hour?, Milan, ISPI, 2021, pp. 161-174

– (con Alessandro Pellegata), “Leaders, multiparty elections and developmental performances in sub-Saharan Africa”, in Gordon Crawford and Abdul-Gafaru Abdulai (eds), Research Handbook on Democracy and Development, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2021, pp. 194-211

– , Europe: Team Play in Africa? The Africa Policies of EU Member States, Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Berlin, 2020

– , “A new Horn. Still thorny”, in Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Africa’s thorny Horn. Searching for a new balance in the age of pandemic, Milan, ISPI, 2020, pp. 13-30

– , “Africa”, in Alessandro Colombo e Paolo Magri (ed.), Work in progress. The end of a world – Part II, Milano, ISPI, 2020, pp.109-119

– , “African leaders: a changing landscape and its implications”, in Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Leaders for a new Africa. Democrats, autocrats and development, Milan, ISPI, 2019, pp.10-25

– , “Nigeria and contemporary African migration”, in Torelli, Stefano (ed.), The great Mediterranean challenge What pushes people from Africa northwards, Reset-Dialogues on Civilizations, Milan, 2019, pp. 43-55

– , “Mapping change in Africa”, in Giovanni Carbone (ed.), A vision of Africa’s future, Mapping change, transformations and trajectories towards 2030, Milano, ISPI, 2018, pp.15-40

– , “Between a rock and a hard place: why Africans migrate”, in Giovanni Carbone (ed.), Out of Africa. Why people migrate, Milan, ISPI, 2017, pp. 13-30

-, “Sudafrica. La democrazia dopo l’apartheid”, in Salvatore Vassallo (a cura di), Sistemi politici comparati, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2016 (II edizione), pp. 385-408

-, “Big shoes to fill: the ANC and Zuma’s leadership deficit”, in Giovanni Carbone (a cura di), South Africa: the need for change, Milano, ISPI, 2016, pp. 17-34

-, (con Camillo Casola), Dal Sahel al Corno d’Africa: l’arco di instabilità e le aree di crisi in Africa subsahariana, Osservatorio di Politica Internazionale ISPI (Pubblicazioni per il Parlamento e il Ministero degli Affari Esteri), n. 122, agosto 2016

-, “The end of emerging Africa? Prospects for sub-Saharan frontier markets”, in Giovanni Carbone (a cura di), Africa: still rising?, Milano, ISPI, 2015, pp. 111-135

– , “Opportunità e strategie per le imprese italiane”, in Gian Paolo Calchi Novati e Marta Montanini (a cura di), La Nigeria in Africa e la politica dell’Italia, Rapporto ISPI per il Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Milano, ISPI, 2014, pp. 68-74

– , “Economic and social trends in sub-Saharan Africa”, in Federico Casprini, Sonia Lucarelli, Alessandro Marrone (a cura di), Flexible frameworks, beyond borders. Understanding regional dynamics to enhance cooperative security, NATO, Brussels, 2014, pp. 78-89

– (con Pietro Grilli di Cortona), “Democrazia e democratizzazioni”, in Gianfranco Pasquino, Marta Regalia, Marco Valbruzzi (eds), Quarant’anni di scienza politica in Italia, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013, pp. 49-63

– , “Elections and leadership changes: How do political leaders take (and leave) power in Africa?”, Discussion Papers, Consultancy Intelligence Africa, 26 February 2014

– , “Leadership turnovers in sub-Saharan Africa: from violence and coups to peaceful elections?”, ISPI Analysis, no.192, 2013

– , “L’alba di un tramonto? La guerra in nord Uganda e le prospettive di pace e giustizia”, Afriche e Orienti, 10 (1), 2008, pp. 113-120

– , “La nuova generazione dei partiti politici africani”, Afriche e Orienti, 8 (3-4), 2006, pp. 124-135

– , “Partiti politici e sistemi di partito in Africa. Temi e prospettive di ricerca”, Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, 36 (1), 2006, pp. 57-86

– , ‘Populism’ visits Africa. The case of Yoweri Museveni and no-party democracy in Uganda, Crisis States Programme Working Paper Series 1, No.73, Development Research Centre, London School of Economics, 2005

– , “Africa sub-sahariana”, in Atlante geopolitico mondiale, Milano, Touring Club Italiano – Istituto per gli Studi di Politica Internazionale, 2004

– , “State and conflict in Africa: lessons from the Congo wars (1996-2003)”, in Alessandro Gobbicchi (ed.), Globalization, armed conflicts and security, Roma, Rubbettino, 2004, pp.171-184

– , Developing multi-party politics: stability and change in Ghana and Mozambique, Crisis States Programme Working Paper Series 1, No.36, Development Research Centre, London School of Economics, 2003

– , Transizioni di regime e tentativi di consolidamento in Africa, 1990-2002, Working Paper no.1/2003, Dipartimento di Studi Sociali e Politici, Università degli Studi di Milano, 2003

– , Emerging pluralist politics in Mozambique: the Frelimo-Renamo party system, Crisis States Programme Working Paper Series 1, no. 23, Development Research Centre, London School of Economics, 2002

– , “Fragili tentativi di democratizzazione in Africa”, ISPI-Relazioni Internazionali, 10 (10), 2002, pp.31-33

– , “Le elezioni 2001 in Uganda: evoluzione o involuzione del regime?”, Afriche e Orienti, n.3-4, 2001, pp. 106-111

– , “Lo stato dei partiti in uno ‘stato senza partiti’. L’organizzazione delle opposizioni nella ‘democrazia del movimento’ ugandese”, Africa (Roma), 61(1), marzo 2001, pp. 46-68

– , “Disguising partisanship and hegemony: A new type of democracy in Uganda?”, Il Politico, 65(4), 2000, pp.517-538

– , “Regolazione dei conflitti etnici: le transizioni di Uganda e Sudafrica”, Politica Internazionale, 28 (3), maggio-giugno 2000, pp. 243-256

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