venerdì 6 febbraio 2015

R. Castaldi- G. Martinico (Eds.), The Never-Ending Reform of the EU: Another Chain in the Semi Permanent Treaty Revision Process?. A Special Issue. Perspectives on Federalism, Vol. 6, Issue 3, 2014

The Never-Ending Reform of the EU: Another Chain in the Semi Permanent Treaty Revision Process?

This special issue is the result of a long project started within the activity of one of the working groups created at the Centre for Studies on Federalism, Turin, almost three years ago, namely the working group on “the EU and its institutional reforms” chaired by Prof. Antonio Padoa Schioppa, Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Milan and former President of the Centre for Studies on Federalism.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 244

Keywords: Lisbon Treaty, reforms, semi-permanent Treaty revision process

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domenica 1 febbraio 2015

Moot Court in EU Law, Regional Final, Scuola Sant'Anna, 12- 14 February 2015

Regional Final of the European Law Moot Court Competition to be held at the

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa on 12-14 February 2015!

Prof. Giuseppe Martinico will be the master of the moot:

G. Delledonne - G. Martinico - P. Popelier (eds), Re-Exploring Subnational Constitutionalism. A Special Issue of Perspectives on Federalism, Vol. 6, Issue 2/2014

G. Delledonne, G. Martinico, P. Popelier (eds) Perspectives on Federalism, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2014

This special issue of the journal, which collects some of the papers presented at the latest World Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law in Oslo, is entirely devoted to subnational constitutionalism. Its approach is mainly comparative and interdisciplinary. The symposium is divided into three sections: theoretical problems, national reports, and comparative analyses. The papers deal with ever-recurring issues, as well as with emerging discussions (e.g., the debates about secession in Scotland and Catalonia, and the drafting of a “Charter” for Flanders).

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Keywords: Subnational constitutionalism, comparative constitutional law, comparative federalism