Diritto pubblico was founded in 1995 on the initiative of a large group of specialists in constitutional and administrative law. Since its founding, the journal has aimed to redefine the very disciplinary identity of public law, its relation to the general principles of the legal system and private law, as well as the topicality of the juridical method and its specificity, also considering the dense structure of relations with the other social sciences. The review focuses on strictly theoretical topics, but also and most of all on recent events, analysed from a necessary distance in order to seize the meaning of recent transformations. Furthermore, Diritto Pubblico aims to analyse the topics related to constitutional and administrative reforms, to constitutional and administrative justice, investigating the basic issues related to Europe.
Editorial boardCarlo Marzuoli (direttore), Gaetano Azzariti, Francesco Bilancia, Paolo Carnevale, Stefano Civitarese, Mario Dogliani, Leonardo Ferrara, Francesco Merloni, Cesare Pinelli, Alessandra Pioggià, Aldo Sandulli, Aldo Travi
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