Revista de Ciencias Sociales. Scuola di Giornalismo. Summer School per studenti scuole superiori Summer School universitarie x. Pubblicazioni principali ultimi 10 anni Morlino, Leonardo; Quaranta, Mario What is the impact of the economic crisis on democracy? Evidence from Europe.
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Revista de Ciencias Sociales. Scuola di Giornalismo. Summer School per studenti scuole superiori Summer School universitarie x. Pubblicazioni principali ultimi 10 anni Morlino, Leonardo; Quaranta, Mario What is the impact of the economic crisis on democracy?
Evidence from Europe. ISSN Morlino, Leonardo Transitions to Democracy. What Theory to Grasp Complexity?. Morlino, Leonardo; D. Dissenso e magistratura. Democrazia e mutamenti. Attori, strutture, processi. ISBN: The Quality of Democracy in Latin America. Morlino, Leonardo; Quaranta, Mario The non-procedural determinants of responsiveness. International IDEA, p. The impossible transition and the unstable new mix: Italy — Changes for Democracy: Actors, Structures, Processes. Oxford University Press, p.
International Encyclopedia of Political Science. Per non dimenticare Bentley: dai gruppi alle politiche. Hybrid Regimes, in B. Analyzing Democratic Qualities. Democracy, Quality, in B. Political Science, in B. Morlino, Leonardo; B. International Political science Review. Special issue: The quality of Democracy in Asia Pacific. Sage Publications, p.
Morlino, Leonardo; A. Comparative Perspectives. Routledge, p. Morlino, Leonardo; L. Brill, p. Morlino, Leonardo; W. Democratization and European Union.
He wrote extensively on the changes of political regimes, democratization processes   and the quality of democracy of different areas of the world. Morlino developed the theory of anchoring  to understand how and why there can be democratic consolidation or democratic crisis, the processes of legitimation and of anchoring should be carefully explored. The key proposition is that to achieve consolidation with a limited legitimation strong anchors are needed. The main anchoring mechanisms we can empirically find are: party organization, clientelism, neo-corporatist arrangements, and party control of interests. Other possible anchors include: a strong leader, a successful tv channel, an internet networking skillfully managed. Likewise, there is an internal crisis of democracy when for a number of different reason the existing anchors fade away, i. In case of crisis this phenomenon is usually compounded by delegitimation in terms of dissatisfaction about the implemented policies or of a decisional stalemate.