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

Table of Contents number 4, 2022, October-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-38031-9
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  • Vol.: XXIV
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  • RDF
    • Editoriale

    • Guerino D'Ignazio
    • Le elezioni di midterm nella “tempesta perfettaµ: dal pericolo “negazionistaµ al governo diviso. Nuovi scenari per il Presidente Biden?

    • pp. 5-10, DOI: 10.17394/106210
    • Saggi

    • Salvatore Bonfiglio
    • Designation, investiture and appointment of the Premier in the post-World War II constitutions and the phenomenon of so-called “technical governmentsµ of presidential matrix in Italy

    • pp. 717-764, DOI: 10.17394/106211
    • Luigi Testa
    • The “old lady of Threadneedle Streetµ between glorious past and present difficulties

    • pp. 765-798, DOI: 10.17394/106212
    • Silvio Roberto Vinceti
    • The disciplinary liability of judges in Ireland: Comments on the Italian debate in light of the establishment of the Irish Judicial Council

    • pp. 799-838, DOI: 10.17394/106213
    • Maddalena Zinzi
    • Legitimate expectation in the absence of any provision. British fairness and its implementation in Italy

    • pp. 839-854, DOI: 10.17394/106214
    • Giovanna Tieghi
    • Equality and Global Constitutionalism: new challenges of intersectionality between legal reasoning and “constitutional qualityµ

    • pp. 873-896, DOI: 10.17394/106216
    • Giuseppe Donato
    • The prospects for dialogue between science and law: reflections on the pandemic and the “climate litigationsµ

    • pp. 973-990, DOI: 10.17394/106220
    • Anna Camilla Visconti
    • Challenges and dynamics of the contemporary: technique and politics in the XXI Century’s constitutionalism. The ECB case

    • pp. 991-1014, DOI: 10.17394/106221