- 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. [Available here]
- Morisi, D. (2017) “Biased but moderate voters: How information depolarizes political attitudes”. CVAP Working Paper Series 3/2017.
- 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.
– Published also as a working paper by BLUE Lab, University of Edinburgh.
– The study has featured on several UK newspapers, including the Guardian, the Independent, and the Herald Scotland
- 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
- “Same strategy, opposite effects. Negative campaigning and support for parties in the 2015 British general election” (Preliminary results have featured on the Times and the Herald Scotland)
- “Choosing the risky option. Information and risk propensity in referendum campaigns”
- Learning from the other side: how social networks influence turnout in a referendum campaign
- 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.
- Grandi, Roberto, and Cristian Vaccari (Eds.) (2004). Cofferati anch’io. Un anno di campagna elettorale a Bologna, Milano: Baldini Castoldi Dalai. (Contributed to some chapters.)
- “Media Pluralism Monitor 2016. Monitoring Risks for Media Pluralism in the EU and Beyond. Country report: Italy“, Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom. (Contributed on the data collection)
- “Measuring media pluralism in the convergence era: The case of News Corp’s proposed acquisition of BSkyB”, Media@LSE, Electronic MSc Dissertation Series, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2012.
(The thesis has been selected among the best dissertations of the Media and Communication Department at the LSE.)
- “Public communication and participatory processes of local government”, MA dissertation published by the Municipality of Bologna, 2008.
(The thesis has received two national awards in October 2008: a Special University Dissertation Award by the National Board of the Italian Journalists, and the third prize in the Best Dissertation in Public Communication Competition, awarded by the Italian Association of Public Communication.)
- My research has featured in the following, selected news outlets:
The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent, The Herald Scotland, La Repubblica, Huffington Post Italy