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Giacinto della Cananea
Challenges For Public Authorities In A Unified Europe

A prominent strand of academic debate within the European Union, in the first years of the Twenty-first century has been the challenge to the legitimacy of EU institutions. The debate more ›

Giuseppe Martinico
Building Supranational Identity: Legal Reasoning And Outcome In Kadi I And Opinion 2/13 Of The Court Of Justice

This article offers a comparison between the Kadi saga and Opinion 2/13 in light of what identity studies suggest. More specifically, this work looks at the case law of the more ›

Diana-Urania Galetta
The Italian Freedom Of Information Act 2016.Why Transparency-On-Request Is A Better Solution

The relationship between Public Administration and Transparency is often misunderstood and misrepresented, especially in the political science discourse. While most part of administrative action gives rise to the issuing of more ›

Annalaura Giannelli
The Regulation Of Environment In The Italian Legal System

The paper examines the concept of environment, which has traditionally been considered by three different perspectives: the environment as a constitutional principle, the environment as a juridical issue and the more ›

Paola Monaco
Measuring Culture And Development:Unlocking The Unesco Indicators Potential

In recent years, the multifarious possible connections between culture and development have become a hot issue in the global debate. One of the most more ›

Chiara Feliziani
The Perpetuation Of An “Ancient Prejudice”:Public Services And Local Government In England

The article deals with public services in England. More specifically, moving from an analysis of both the legal foundation and the main features of public services, the article gives an more ›

Fabio Ratto Trabucco
Local And Regional Democracy In Hungary:Recent Development

This article explores the evolution of the local and regional democracy in Hungary particularly by the 2011’s Constitution and with an analysis of local democracy in light of the European more ›

Federica Mucci
Short And Quickly Delivered, Yet Quite Full Of Meaning: The International Criminal Court Judgment About The Intentional Destruction Of Cultural Heritage In Timbuktu

The judgment rendered by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on 27 September 2016 in the case Al Faqi Al Mahdi was much awaited for and – for better or for more ›

Patrizia Giampieri
Is The European Legal English Legalese-Free?

The European Union institutions are expanding their legal and authoritative powers in many sectors and fields. Therefore, their legislative and judgement activities have increased. This paper focuses on European legal more ›

Francesco Bilancia
Tony Prosser, The Economic Constitution, Oup, Oxford, 2014, 304 Pp

If one needed to prepare a programme for an advanced course of Diritto pubblico dell’economia in an Italian University he or she could easily wonder why there is not in more ›

Paola Chirulli
Tony Prosser, The Economic Constitution, Oup, Oxford, 2014, 304 Pp.

Tony Prosser's The Economic Constitution is in my view a seminal reading for anyone interested in the constitutional dimension of public intervention into the economy. The concept of economic constitution more ›

Giacinto della Cananea
Tony Prosser And The Normative Approach To The Study Of The “Economic Constitution”

Although the concept of “economic constitution” is relatively new in legal studies, given that it has been introduced at the beginning of last century’s third decade, it has become an more ›