Irpa Working Papers

 

 

The IRPA Working Papers Series aims at disseminating the results of researches promoted by IRPA and to contribute to the debate on topics which are of relevance to the activities of IRPA. The series includes papers submitted by IRPA fellows and by other scholars and/or practitioners.

Papers, selected by the IRPA Working Papers Steering Committee (Stefano Battini, Sabino Cassese, Lorenzo Casini, Edoardo Chiti, Bernardo Giorgio Mattarella, Giulio Napolitano, Aldo Sandulli, Mario Savino, Luisa Torchia, Giulio Vesperini) are published electronically and are available online.

Working Papers are issued at the responsibility of their authors, and do not reflect views of IRPA or associated personnel.

IRPA Working Papers are also available at the Social Science Research Network (SSRN).

 

2014

Policy Papers Series No. 2/2014, La realizzazione e la gestione di infrastrutture: il regime giuridico delle concessioni, Ricerca svolta anche con il contributo di Autostrade per l’Italia S.p.A., coord. L. Saltari, progetto A. Tonetti, autori A.M. Altieri, B. Carotti, M. Conticelli, F. Di Cristina, C. Di Seri

Policy Papers Series No. 1/2014, Venti anni di “politica e amministrazione” in Italia, Ricerca finanziata dalla Scuola Nazionale dell’Amministrazione (SNA), coord. S. Battini e L. Fiorentino, resp. L. Casini, autori L. Casini, B. Cimino, M. Macchia e L. Saltari

 

2013

No 2013/7 – Swee Leng Harris, Palm Oil and the Importance of Participation in Sustainability Regulatory Schemes

No 2013/6 – D. Rossati, Inter-institutional Dynamics of Global Climate Finance: Complementarity and Competition in the Emerging Practices of Coordination

No 2013/5 – R. Schmidt, The ISO 26000 Process as a Model for Public-Private Cooperation in a Fragmented Transnational Regulatory Space

No 2013/4 – N. Kinchin, UNHCR as a Subsidiary Organ of the UN: Plurality, Complexity and Accountability

No 2013/3 – A. Arena, The Role of GAL Standards in Juris-generative Interactions between Global Antitrust Institutions in the light of the Mexico – Telecoms case

No. 2013/2 – B. du Marais, Law as a protected designation of origin: the case of Financial Law. Or how the delegation of rule making to private entities may lead to vertical economic integration and to barriers to entry

No. 2013/1 – L. Boisson de Chazournes, Subsequent Practice, Practices, and “Family-Resemblance”: Towards Embedding Subsequent Practice in its Operative Milieu – A Multi-Actor Perspective

 

 

2012

No. 2012/1 – A. Berman, The Role of Domestic Administrative Law in the Accountability of Transnational Regulatory Networks: The Case of the ICH

No. 2012/2 – S. Dagron, Global harmonization through public-private partnership: The case of pharmaceuticals

No. 2012/3 – R.S.J. Martha and S. Dadush, Going Against the Grain: When Private Rules Shouldn’t Apply to Public Institutions

No. 2012/4 – G.A. Newton, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: an Innovation in the Form of International Organization

No. 2012/5 – M.A. Prada Uribe, Development through data? A case study on the World Bank’s performance indicators and their impact on development in the Global South

No. 2012/6 – M. Riegner, Measuring the Good Governance State: A Legal Reconstruction of the World Bank’s “Country Policy and Institutional Assessment”

No. 2012/7 – G. Dimitropoulos, Global Administrative Law as “Enabling Law”: How to Monitor and Evaluate Indicator-Based Performance of Global Actors

No. 2012/8 – A.K. Araya and D.T. Hofisi, The Ease of Doing Business and Land Grabbing: Critique of the Investing-Across-Borders Indicators

No 2012/9 – M. Infantino, The Law of Indicators on Women’s Human Rights: Unmet Promises and Global Challenges

N0 2012/10 – M. Samson, Indicators as a Monitoring Tool for the Implementation of Global Health Law

No 2012/11 – N. Hassoun, The Extending Access Index: Promoting Global Health

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