Paolo Dardanelli is a Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics at the University of Kent. Professor Dardanelli earned a B.A. in Social Sciences from the University of Turin, M.A. in European Political and Economic Integration at the University of Durham, and Ph.D. in Government from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
His research explores the connections between political systems, nationality and democracy.
Dardanelli, Paolo. “Multi-lingual but Mono-national: Exploring and Explaining Switzerland’s Exceptionalism.” (2011).
Dardanelli, Paolo, and James Mitchell. “An Independent Scotland? The Scottish National Party’s Bid for Independence and its Prospects.” The International Spectator 49.3 (2014): 88-105.
Dardanelli, Paolo. “European Integration, Party Strategies, and State Restructuring: a Comparative Analysis.” European Political Science Review 6.02 (2014): 213-236.