Cesare Pinelli

The Study of Public Law from the Point of View of Constitutional Law

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The work reconstructs the developments in Italian constitutional and administrative law scholarship of recent decades, with the aim of: 1) demonstrating that, notwithstanding the growing connection between the two fields in terms of legal experience, scholars have remained tied to the division between the relevant branches formed the day after the Constitution of 1948 went into effect; 2) verifying how and to what extent such division can be overcome. To this end the author explores the question of how each of them represents the characterizing principles of their respective fields of discipline, which appears able to challenge, even on the theoretical plane, the traditional arrangements of public law.


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