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Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals

(1) Veri, Francesco (2024). "Fostering Reasoning in the Politically Disengaged: The Role of     

      Deliberative Minipublics" Political Studies ReviewOlineFirst.

(2) Niemeyer, Simon, Veri, Francesco, Dryzek, John and André Bächtiger (2024). "How

      Deliberation Happens: Enabling Deliberative Reason" American Political

     Science Review118(1): 345-362.

(3) Veri, Francesco and Jensen Sass (2023). "The Domestic Democratic Peace: How

     Democracy Constraints Political Violence." International Political Science

     Review. 44(5): 676-693.


(4) Veri, Francesco (2023). "Two-sample Test for Ambivalent Subsetrelationship in fuzzy

      set Qualitative Comparative Analysis. Quality & QuantityOnlineFirst.

(5) Veri, Francesco. (2023) "Mapping Democratic Innovations: a Bottom-up Empirical

      Perspective". Representation. 59 (2): 171-188

(6) Veri, Francesco. (2023). "Transforming Family Resemblance Concepts into Fuzzy

     sets". Sociological Methods & Research. Online First. 52(1): 358-388

(7) Zeka, Bomikaze and Francesco Veri (2022). The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for

      Retirement Funding Adequacy". Economics & Sociology. 15(1): 109-124.

(8) Veri, Francesco (2022). "Exploring Methodological Challenges in Deliberative Democracy".          Comparative Sociology. 21(2): 200-247.

(9) Veri, Francesco and Hannah Barrowman. (2021). "The Added Value of Configurational Meta-

      Analyses". Swiss Political Science Review. Online First. DOI: 10.1111/spsr.12485

(10) Veri, Francesco. 2020. "Fuzzy Multiple Attribute Conditions in fsQCA: Problems and 

     Solutions." Sociological Methods & Research. 49(2): 312-355.

(11)  Veri, Francesco. 2019. "Explaining foreigners’ political rights in the context of direct

      democracy: A fuzzy-set QCA of Swiss cantonal popular votes". Politics and Governance,

      7(2), 411–427.

(12)  Veri, Francesco. 2019 "Aggregation Bias and Ambivalent Cases: a new Parameter of

      Consistency in fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA)". Comparative

      Sociology. 18(2): 229-255.

(13)  Veri, Francesco. 2018.  “Coverage in fuzzy set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA): a

        new fuzzy proposition for describing empirical relevance”Comparative Sociology. 17(2):


(14)   Veri, Francesco. 2016. "Minimalist Citizenship and National Identity in the Australian

         Republican Movement." Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 16(1): 3-19.

Book Chapters

(1)  Niemeyer, Simon and Francesco, Veri. (forthcoming) “The Deliberative Reasoning Index: A

     theory-Driven Method.” In: Asenbaum Hans, Curato, Nicole., Ercan Selen., Mendonca R.

     (eds). Assessing deliberation: methodological approaches in deliberative 

     democracy. Oxford University Press:Oxford.


(2)  Veri, Francesco (2021). “Gli effetti del COVID 19 sui processi democratici deliberativi” In:

      Ewert Chris and Heyne Lea (eds). One year of Covid. Norderstedt: BoD

PhD Thesis

 (1) Veri, Francesco. “Explaining Citizenship Light in the Context of Direct Democracy.”  

Current Working Projects

(1) Veri, Francesco. "Set-theoretic conditions topology in configurational comparative methods"

(2) Veri, Francesco. "Opinions, truths and polarization: the cultural consensus in surveys"

(3) Veri Francesco. "Hierarchical Clustering on Principal Components: a Novel Approach to

      Map Discursive representation"

(4) Veri Francesco. "Enhancing Reasoning in Politically Disengaged"

(5) Shet Sateesh and Francesco Veri. "Complexity Theories in Big Data: Examining the Human

    Resource Analytics Adoption"

(6) Veri Francesco and Niemeyer Simon, Bächtiger André. "A Configurational Analysis of

      Deliberative Reasoning within Minipublics".

(9) Veri, Francesco and Jensen Sass. "Beyond Discourses plurality: Cultural Consensus

     representation in Deliberative minipublics."

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