Diritto pubblico comparato ed europeo

Rivista trimestrale

  • ISSN: 1720-4313
  • EISSN: 2612-2219
  • Law

Table of Contents number Speciale, 2019, May

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-28411-2
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  • Vol.: XXI
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  • RDF
    • Saggi

    • Domenico Amirante
    • L'ambiente «preso sul serio». Il percorso accidentato del costituzionalismo ambientale

    • pp. 1-32, DOI: 10.17394/93039
    • Marina Calamo Specchia
    • Parliament and constitutional amending process: procedural guarantees, participation rights and majoritarian trends

    • pp. 33-60, DOI: 10.17394/93040
    • Paolo Carrozza
    • It is only a Question of Numbers? The presentation of tree Bills to Reduce the Number of the Members of Italian Parliament

    • pp. 81-100, DOI: 10.17394/93042
    • Stefano Ceccanti
    • The propositional referendum, between politics, law and doctrine. Notes from the Parliament

    • pp. 131-144, DOI: 10.17394/93044
    • Lorenzo Cuocolo
    • The exploitation of public data: from «civic» access to «commercial» access

    • pp. 163-190, DOI: 10.17394/93046
    • Guerino D'Ignazio
    • Presidential powers and federal administration in the United States of America: the «foreseeable » discontinuity of president Trump

    • pp. 251-268, DOI: 10.17394/93049
    • Silvio Gambino
    • Fundamental rights between the European Union and national Constitutions

    • pp. 269-294, DOI: 10.17394/93050
    • Maurilio Gobbo
    • Periods, contexts and legal traditions in the evolution of European constitutional law. Starting points for an historical-diachronic itinerary

    • pp. 295-334, DOI: 10.17394/93051
    • Enrico Grosso
    • The contribution of constitutional doctrine to the stabilization of the French Third Republic: legitimation and objection strategies

    • pp. 335-368, DOI: 10.17394/93052
    • Luigi Melica
    • «Never fire a Special Counsel»: a lesson of constitutional history for President Trump

    • pp. 447-494, DOI: 10.17394/93056
    • Laura Montanari
    • The integration through rights: the difficult position of the United Kingdom

    • pp. 495-514, DOI: 10.17394/93057
    • Maurizio Oliviero
    • The role of comparative law in studying islamic law and the law of islamic countries

    • pp. 515-536, DOI: 10.17394/93058
    • Paolo Passaglia
    • The Constitutional Review of Legislation and the Opposition between Ordinary and Special Judicial Protection of the Constitution

    • pp. 583-610, DOI: 10.17394/93061
    • Lucio Pegoraro
    • The enemy, the equation terrorist-foreigner and the attack against the rule of law

    • pp. 611-632, DOI: 10.17394/93062
    • Giancarlo Rolla
    • Federalism and regionalism in Europe. Some reflections about nowadays dynamics

    • pp. 657-684, DOI: 10.17394/93064
    • Giorgio Sacerdoti
    • Will the World Trade Organization survive the Trump challenge? Considerations upon the crisis of multilateralism, a «global public good» to preserve

    • pp. 685-700, DOI: 10.17394/93065
    • Stefano Sicardi
    • The difficulties of representation in the "age of avatars". Critical features and future uncertainties

    • pp. 721-744, DOI: 10.17394/93067