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. . . . II LISBON INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON GLOBAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW «GLOBAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW(S): UNITY AND DIVERSITY OF GLOBAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGIMES» . organised by LISBON CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN PUBLIC LAW UNIVERSITY OF LISBON SCHOOL OF LAW 4th December, … LEGGI
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The Role of GAL Standards in Juris-generative Interactions between Global Antitrust Institutions in the light of the Mexico – Telecoms case Abstract Against the background of the asymmetric mandates of Global Antitrust Institutions (GAIs), this paper explores the potential … LEGGI
Global Administrative Law: The Casebook, III ed., ed. by Sabino Cassese, Bruno Carotti, Lorenzo Casini, Eleonora Cavalieri, and Euan MacDonald, Rome-Edinburgh-New York, Irpa-Iilj, 2012, Isbn: 9788890758218. Il professore di diritto amministrativo iniziò la giornata con un caffè, contenente un livello … LEGGI
IX GAL SEMINAR (2013) 13-14 June 2013 Viterbo L’elenco dei papers del prossimo seminario GAL è consultabile qui.
THE NEW PUBLIC LAW IN A GLOBAL (DIS)ORDER A PERSPECTIVE FROM ITALY No. 11/10: Lorenzo Casini «Italian Hours»: The Globalization of Cultural Property Law No. 12/10: Edoardo Chiti The Administrative Law of the Roman Catholic Church. A Comparative Inquiry … LEGGI
8th Global Administrative Law Seminar June 14-15, 2012 Indicators as a Technology of Global Governance 1. Overview An indicator may be defined as a named, rank-ordered representation of past or projected performance by different units (such as States, corporations, or persons) that … LEGGI
We are pleased to announce that the selection procedure for the Eight Viterbo GAL Seminar has now concluded. We received 24 highly impressive applications for a maximum of 13 places. The proposals were carefully evaluated by the Gal Seminar Steering … LEGGI
The Symposium on The New Public Law in a Global (Dis)Order—A Perspective from Italy has been published in I-Con, The International Journal of Constitutional Law (2011) vol. 9, issue 2, 301-448 (http://icon.oxfordjournals.org). “Contributions stem from a two-day seminar hosted at … LEGGI