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Giuseppe Franco Ferrari
The Concept Of “Public Interest” In The Case Law Of The Italian Court Of Auditors
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This essay is about the concept of “public interest” in Italian public law. It examines the recent case law of the Italian Court of Auditors, which is both an external audit institution and an administrative court or tribunal with exclusive jurisdiction over certain issues of public law. It focuses on the latter function, more specifically on some recent developments concerning the concept of public interest. It identifies three related but distinct features or dimensions of public interest.

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