Changing Administrative Law of an EU Member State - Domenico Sorace

Changing Administrative Law of an EU Member State

The Italian Case

Domenico Sorace (Redaktør) ; Leonardo Ferrara (Redaktør) ; Ippolito Piazza (Redaktør)

This book presents the evolution of Italian administrative law in the context of the EU, describing its distinctive features and comparing it with other experiences across Europe. It provides a comprehensive overview of administrative law in Italy, focusing on the main changes occurred over the last few decades. Les mer
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This book presents the evolution of Italian administrative law in the context of the EU, describing its distinctive features and comparing it with other experiences across Europe. It provides a comprehensive overview of administrative law in Italy, focusing on the main changes occurred over the last few decades.Although the respective chapters generally pursue a legal approach, they also consider the influence of economic, social, cultural and technological factors on the evolution of public administration and administrative law.The book is divided into three parts. The first part addresses general issues (e.g. procedures and organization of public administrations, administrative justice). The second part focuses on more specific topics (e.g. public intervention in the economy, healthcare management, local government). In the third part, the evolution of Italian administrative law is discussed in a comparative perspective.
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Forlag: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 406
ISBN: 9783030507794
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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1. Introduction: The Changing Administrative Law of an EU Member State-The Italian Case.- Part I: General Issues.- 2. The Plurality and Diversity of Integration Models: The Italian Unification of 1865 and the European Union Ongoing Integration Process.- 3. Evolution of the Principles and Rules on Administrative Activity.- 4. Unity and Fragmentation: The Italian Public Administration.- 5. The New Functions of Public Budgets.- 6. The Administrative Jurisdiction in Italy: The Path Toward a Speciality to Serve Full Protection of Rights Against Public Authority.- 7. Administrative Citizenship and Public Services: Is the Constitutional Project Still Possible in the Perspective of the Union?.- 8. The Rise of Technological Administration and the Ragged Route Towards a Digital Administrative Law.- 9. The Juridification Process in Italy and the Influence of EU Law.- Part II: Specific Issues.- The Italian Legal Order and the Making of a National Cultural Identity.- 11. Administrative Unification and Public Intervention in the Economy.- 12. Regulation of the Italian Banking Sector: From the 1936 Banking Law to the European Banking Union.- 13. Cohesion, Subsidiarity and Organization: The Experience in EU and Italy.- 14. Public Employment Reform: The Difficult and Controversial Abandonment of the Public Model.- 15. The Management of Healthcare in Italy: The Situation 150 Years Since Administrative Unification.- 16. Civil Protection: The Fight Against Earthquakes.- 17. Territorial Policies and Urban Dimension.- Part III: Voices from Across the EU.- 18. 150 Years of Administrative Law in Italy and in France: Some Comparative Insights.- 19. Administrative Jurisdiction in Federal States.- 20. The Roller Coaster Ride of English Administrative Law.- 21. The Spanish Administrative Law Transformation in the Last 50 Years and the Challenges for the Future.- 22. Greece: A State with Weak Institutions, in Continuous Crisis.
Domenico Sorace, Emeritus Professor of Administrative Law, University of FlorenceLeonardo Ferrara, Professor of Administrative Law, University of FlorenceIppolito Piazza, Research Fellow, University of Florence