Bailo, F., Johns, A., & Rizoiu, M.-A. (2023). Riding information crises: The performance of far-right Twitter users in Australia during the 2019-20 bushfires and the COVID-19 pandemic. Information, Communication & Society.
Kong, Q., Booth, E., Bailo, F., Johns, A., & Rizoiu, M.-A. (2022). Slipping to the extreme: A mixed method to explain how extreme opinions infiltrate online discussions. Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, 16(1), 524–535.
Bailo, F., & Goldsmith, B. E. (2021). No paradox here? Improving theory and testing of the nuclear stability–instability paradox with synthetic counterfactuals. Journal of Peace Research, 58(6), 1178–1193.
Bailo, F., Meese, J., & Hurcombe, E. (2021). The institutional impacts of algorithmic distribution: Facebook and the Australian news media. Social Media + Society, 7(2).
Abbondanza, G., & Bailo, F. (2018). The electoral payoff of immigration flows for anti-immigration parties: The case of Italy’s Lega Nord. European Political Science, 17(3), 378–403.
Bailo, F., & Vromen, A. (2017). Hybrid social and news media protest events: From #MarchinMarch to #BusttheBudget in Australia. Information, Communication & Society, 20(11), 1660–1679.
Vromen, A., Loader, B. D., Xenos, M. A., & Bailo, F. (2016). Everyday making through Facebook engagement: Young citizens’ political interactions in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Political Studies, 64(3), 513–533.
Bailo, F. (2015). Mapping online political talks through network analysis: A case study of the website of Italy’s Five Star Movement. Policy Studies, 36(6), 550–572.