Peer-reviewed articles

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.


Bailo, F. (2020). Online communities and crowds in the rise of the Five Star Movement. Palgrave Macmillan.


Goggin, G., Vromen, A., Weatherall, K., Martin, F., Adele, W., Sunman, L., & Bailo, F. (2017). Digital Rights in Australia. The University of Sydney.
Jilani, A., Pearce, D., & Bailo, F. (2013). ACIAR wheat and maize projects in Afghanistan. ACIAR.

News articles

Bailo, F. (2023, June 9). Social media and political engagement in the world today. Australian Outlook.
Bailo, F., & Goldsmith, B. E. (2022, June 12). Ignore the paradox: Russia, ukraine, and nuclear deterrence. E-International Relations.
Meese, J., Hurcombe, E., & Bailo, F. (2021, June 28). It’s complicated: Australian media firms were breaking up with Facebook long before the infamous 2021 news blackout. The Conversation.
Bailo, F., & Goldsmith, B. E. (2021, May 12). Would denuclearization make North Korea less dangerous? Political Violence at a Glance.
Bailo, F. (2019, November 6). Il successo della Lega, i media e le crisi migratorie. YouTrend.
Bailo, F. (2019, June 11). Il voto nelle città: Le Europee a Milano. YouTrend.