Since its foundation in 1952, the Institute has focused its research activities on themes related to European and international issues, through a multi disciplinary approach among juridical, economic and political sciences.
The Working Papers is the place in which these studies, in some case still in the phase of definitive formulation, are actually reported and presented. Accordingly to this challenging analysis, the purpose is to deepen the knowledge and the sharing of information among professionals and to implement a dialogue between theoretical and practical applications in the field of both public and private decision-making at international level.
Il colpo di stato del 15 luglio 2016 e la democrazia in turchia: Una prospettiva storica e costituzionale. – Giacomo Fantini
ABSTRACT: In light of both the attempted coup of July and the upcoming constitutional referendum of April, the article analyses the century-long intertwinement between military interventionism and constitutional reformism in the Republic of Turkey: in particular, by investigating the different causes and numerous consequences of this connection, this article aims at outlining not only how … Continue reading “Il colpo di stato del 15 luglio 2016 e la democrazia in turchia: Una prospettiva storica e costituzionale. – Giacomo Fantini”
Il presente corso riguarda il diritto comparato dell’economia e dunque mette insieme due discipline giuridiche – il diritto comparato ed il diritto dell’economia – che richiedono una loro qualificazione separata prima di poter essere esposte congiuntamente nei paragrafi successivi. Dovremo quindi in primo luogo esaminare cosa si intenda per diritto comparato e poi cosa si … Continue reading “Appunti per il Corso di Diritto Comparato dell’Economia – Mario Comba, Riccardo de Caria”
I. Existence of an economic constitution in the Basic Law? | II. Contents of the Basic Law’s economic legal framework for the sector | Relation to the economic constitution of the European Union | IV. Relation between the economic constitution and the Federal Constitutional Court’s case-law relating to the EU-treaties and the euro crisis [ … Continue reading “The German Economic Constitution and the Euro Crisis – Martin Burgi”
At the basis of the behavior of a subject (and thus also of the evaluation of the same subject) is essential the identification of the final objectives – inspired by the values (ethic principles) of the subject – and to distinguish final objectives from intermediate ones, from operational tools and from bonds. The EU ethical … Continue reading “UNIONE EUROPEA: DIVARIO FRA I PRINCIPI E LA GESTIONE POLITICA – Daniele Ciravegna – en”
Conventions de légalité en Italie : prévention de la corruption dans les marchés publics et compatibilité avec les principes de l’Union européenne – Carol Cravero
Integrity Pacts are a tool for preventing corruption, bribery and fraudulent practices in public procurement. They contain statements and undertakings that all bidders have to submit to. In Italy their inclusion in bidding documents is provided by article 1 paragraph 17 of the law No. 190 of 2012. If one bidder does not submit to … Continue reading “Conventions de légalité en Italie : prévention de la corruption dans les marchés publics et compatibilité avec les principes de l’Union européenne – Carol Cravero”
ABSTRACT Purpose: CSR is a rather new notion that can be defined as the set of rules by which the company equipped itself in order to ensure compliance with various regulations which must be considered, as well as ethical and environmental standards to be respected in relation to the sector in which it operates. Despite … Continue reading “La Responsabilità Sociale di Impresa (CSR) nel settore della Green Energy – Paolo Rossi – en”
1. The role of the Court of Justice in EMU: a glance at the past. 2. Recent case-law: the beginning of a new season? 3. New international instruments of economic governance: the role of the Court of justice in the ESM Treaty and in the Fiscal Compact. 4. Compatibility with EU law of the Treaties … Continue reading “European economic governance: challenges for judicial control? – Ornella Porchia”
With the Resolution 479/X, the catalan Parliament submitted a bill involving the referendum power and its delegation to the catalan Autonomy itself, in order to make possible a secession referendum. This paper analyses the content of the Resolution in the light of the tensions between central Government and Autonomous Community, suggesting the presence of critical … Continue reading “La proposta di legge catalana sulla competenza in materia di referendum – Lucia Maddaleno”
The economic and financial crisis is leading to a renewed focus on consumer and investor protection and the new regulatory environment is often characterised by attempts to design innovative regulatory techniques and policy-making approaches both in the EU and the US. The article point outs two of the most relevant lessons that could be learnt … Continue reading “Consumer law and the economic crisis – Cristina Poncibò”