Enrico Carloni

The regulation of lobbying between administrative and anti-corruption legislation

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The study analyzes the issue of lobbying regulation from the point of view of administrative law. The question arises (and is examined) from two angles: on the one hand, the emergence of an “envelopingµ regulation of administrative lobbying, within the framework of the anticorruption laws of the last decade; on the other hand, the critical issues posed by the law on the administrative procedure, which is lacking with reference to the decision-making processes aimed at the adoption of general and regulatory acts. Pending a necessary direct regulation of lobbying, the potential and limits of the “administrativeµ regulation of the relationship between public decision and those with special interests are highlighted


  • Lobbying regulation
  • Anti-corruption
  • Administrative procedure
  • Public decision making


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