The series of workshops aims to retrace the work of the Italian Parliament during the 17th “legislatura” (parliamentary term 2013-2018).
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The recent revival of secessionist movements in Europe and elsewhere has definitely given new lifeblood to a long-standing debate, gathering the attention of scholars from all around the world.
Predictions about the collapse of capitalism have been with us for a long time, with technology playing a central role in various collapse scenarios.
Prof. Carlos Closa (EUI, Fiesole - CSIC, Madrid), together with Prof. Costanza Margiotta (Università di Padova), Leonardo Pierdomenici (Università di Bologna) and Prof.
Nowadays, the legal world appears to be like an international and transnational chain of legalities, whose interweaving connects to further scenarios once unknown to jurists (such as the Europeanization of law as a proper field of research, different from international and comparative law).
Research and writing skills constitute the most important skills that students and young researchers need to develop in order to thrive in the challenging academic environment, and successfully develop and deliver their ideas in different stages of their career. Professor Joseph H. H.
Pursuing the tradition initiated by Prof. Francesco Donato Busnelli – emeritus of Private Law and first Rector of Sant’Anna – further, Prof. Natalino Irti, will give two lectures on November 28th and 29th (Aula 3 Main Campus).
Organizers: Prof. Nehal Buta (EUI) & Prof. Gianluigi Palombella
On Tuesday October 3rd the new students were welcomed by Prof. Palombella, the coordinator of the program, the entire faculty, and Ph.D. students representatives.