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DIRITTO COSTITUZIONALE
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Diritto costituzionale. Rivista quadrimestrale undertakes an ambitious project. Many legal journals are already present in the field of constitutional law, some of them are the most traditional and prestigious print reviews, others belong to a multitude of on-line journals which are considerably growing in the recent times and are quickly accredited by the scientific community.
Constitutional law is a very energetic matter, stimulated by on going Italian and foreign institutional events as well as by the issues of the difficult European integration process, but also fueled by constitutional and European courts case-law. So that the scientific reviews are inevitably provoked to focus their attention on the current news more than on the theoretical context. Obviously, on this ground on-line journals enjoy an unbearable advantage over traditional print magazines. Diritto costituzionale. Rivista quadrimestrale does not intend to compete with other periodicals in pursuing information and comment of the on going events. It is characterised by a strictly monographic setting, in which each issue is dedicated to one specific theoretical high-profile theme. The editor of each issue chooses the specific topics to be developed and the authors to invite. The editorial plan is the result of a collegial choice of the direction board; it covers an entire two-year period and is indicated by the review itself, so that anyone interested can make a proposal, announcing the specific subject he/she intends deal with. The Magazine is therefore "open" and happy to accommodate anyone's essay in scheduled topics. Papers are also welcome in languages other than Italian, whether they come "on invitation" or are spontaneously proposed.

General Editor: Roberto Bin (Università di Ferrara)
Editorial board: Massimo Cavino (Università del Piemonte Orientale) Omar Chessa (Università di Sassari) Fulvio Cortese (Università di Trento) Salvatore Curreri (Università di Enna) Gianmario Demuro (Università di Cagliari) Giovanni Di Cosimo (Università di Macerata) Giuseppe Di Gaspare (Università LUISS Guido Carli - Roma) Alessandro Mangia (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano) Alessandro Morelli (Università Magna Graecia di Catanzaro) Giovanni Pitruzzella (Corte di Giustizia dell’Unione Europea) Aldo Sandulli (Università di Napoli Suor Orsola Benincasa)
Scientific board: Jean-Bernard Auby (SciencesPo, Paris); Francisco Balaguer Callejón (Universidad de Granada); Sergio Bartole (professore emerito nell’Università di Trieste); Daniela Bifulco (Seconda Università di Napoli); Armin von Bogdandy (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg); Marta Cartabia (Università di Milano-Bicocca); Mario Pilade Chiti (Università LUISS Guido Carli di Roma); Ricardo Luis Chueca Rodríguez (Universidad de La Rioja); Pasquale Costanzo (Università di Genova); Antonio D’Andrea (Università di Brescia); Daria de Pretis (Università di Trento); Jean-Philippe Derosier (Université de Rouen); Tomas Font Llovet (Universitat de Barcelona); Alexander Grasse (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen); Peter J. Leyland (emeritus from London Metropolitan University); Massimo Luciani (Università di Roma La Sapienza); Michela Manetti (Università di Siena); Otto Pfersmann (Ecoles des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales); Roberto Romboli (Università di Pisa); Antonio Ruggeri (Università di Messina); Sandro Staiano (Università di Napoli Federico II); Michel Troper (professeur émérite à l’Université Paris X); Nicolò Zanon (Università di Milano)
Editors: Marco Bassini (Università Bocconi); Chiara Bergonzini (Università di Ferrara); Lucilla Conte (Università del Piemonte Orientale); Fabio Ferrari (Università di Verona); Massimiliano Malvicini (Università del Piemonte Orientale); Giacomo Menegus (Università di Macerata)

Editorial board: Anna Alberti (Università di Sassari); Giuseppina Barcellona (Università di Enna); Marco Betzu (Università di Cagliari); Angela Cossiri (Università di Macerata); Flavio Guella (Università di Trento); Andrea Lollo (Università Magna Graecia di Catanzaro); Giuseppe Monaco (Università del Sacro Cuore di Milano); Simone Penasa (Università di Trento); Michela Tresca (Università di Roma "Tor Vergata")

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Andrea Guazzarotti, La politica monetaria: il modello ibrido dell’UEM (The monetary policy: the hybrid model of EMU)
Renato Ibrido, Fiscal rules e decisione di bilancio (Fiscal rules and budgeting decision making)
Giorgio Repetto, Efficienza economica, libertà e tutela dai poteri privati: a cosa serve il principio di libera concorrenza? (Economic efficiency, freedom and private powers: what is the purpose of freedom of competition?)
Francesco Saitto, «Of Property». Dinamiche appropriative e statuto costituzionale degli assetti proprietari («Of Property». Appropriation and Constitutional Foundations of Ownership)


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