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The Latest Scholarship at Ius Publicum Network Review

Gabriella M. Racca, University of Turin

As announced earlier this year, I-CONnect and IUS Publicum Network Review have entered into a partnership to deepen the study of comparative public law and to enhance its online coverage.

The IUS Publicum Network Review is a network of the national leading public and administrative law journals in Europe, whose aim is to track and interpret the evolution of public law in each country involved, pointing out its influences on the construction of an administrative and public European law and its connections with other legal cultures.

Issue 2-2014 of the Ius Publicum Nework Review is now online. The articles and the reports are available at the links below.



Public Bodies – Civil Service

Public Law and Economics (Competition and Regulation) and Public Utilities

European Law, Comparative Law, Constitutional Law and International Law – Human Rights

Issue 1-2014 of the Ius Publicum Nework Review is also now complete. The articles and reports are linked below. The article on “Corruption as a Violation of Fundamental Rights: Reputation Risk as a Deterrent Against the Lack of Loyalty” (Gabriella M. Racca & Roberto Cavallo Perin) will be of particular interest. This article highlights the extent to which corruption erodes the pillars of democracy and of the solidarity principle. The published reports cover the following topics: Public Bodies – Civil Service, Police – Administrative fines, Administrative Justice, Public Ownership – Public Finance, Liability and accountability.



Public Bodies – Civil Service

Police – Administrative fines

Administrative Justice

Public Ownership – Public Finance

Spain: Francisco López Menudo & Carlos Mingorance Martín, Bienes y obras públicas

Liability and accountability


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