According to a widespread opinion, while private law is a transnational law, almost by definition, public law, particularly administrative law is a sort of national enclave. This article focuses on the existence of common roots in the field of public law. It argues that the importance of such common roots is strengthened by EU law, for its emphasis on common constitutional traditions. Both aspects are considered from a twofold perspective: the history of ideas and legal realities. The underlying assumption is that it is important to give a closer look to the intellectual sources of the approach criticized, but that its validity must be assessed mainly in the light of facts.

DELLA CANANEA, G. (2013). Ius Publicum Europaeum: Divergent National Traditions or Common Legal Patrimony?. In Matthias Ruffert (a cura di), Administrative Law in Europe: Between Common Principles and National Traditions (pp. 125-151). Groningen : Europa Law Publishing.

Ius Publicum Europaeum: Divergent National Traditions or Common Legal Patrimony?

DELLA CANANEA, GIACINTO
2013

Abstract

According to a widespread opinion, while private law is a transnational law, almost by definition, public law, particularly administrative law is a sort of national enclave. This article focuses on the existence of common roots in the field of public law. It argues that the importance of such common roots is strengthened by EU law, for its emphasis on common constitutional traditions. Both aspects are considered from a twofold perspective: the history of ideas and legal realities. The underlying assumption is that it is important to give a closer look to the intellectual sources of the approach criticized, but that its validity must be assessed mainly in the light of facts.
Settore IUS/10 - Diritto Amministrativo
English
Rilevanza internazionale
Capitolo o saggio
administrative law; common constitutional traditions; comparative method and public law
DELLA CANANEA, G. (2013). Ius Publicum Europaeum: Divergent National Traditions or Common Legal Patrimony?. In Matthias Ruffert (a cura di), Administrative Law in Europe: Between Common Principles and National Traditions (pp. 125-151). Groningen : Europa Law Publishing.
DELLA CANANEA, G
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