Adriano Dirri, Recensione a D. Babalola, The Political Economy of Federalism in Nigeria, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 180

Federalism or a decentralized system of government is still spreading out in Africa and elsewhere as A constitutional device for multinational divided societies. First and foremost, the grassroots of the adoption of a federal “solution” shall be traced in the aftermath of World War II, which led to the dismemberment of colonial empires. Among British … Leggi tutto “Adriano Dirri, Recensione a D. Babalola, The Political Economy of Federalism in Nigeria, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 180”

Pubblicato in: Nomos, Rassegne critiche, recensioni, schede | Contrassegnato Adriano Dirri, D. Babalola, Nomos 1/2019, Recensione, The Political Economy of Federalism in Nigeria

Adriano Dirri, Recensione a K.K. AHMED, Umpiring a Federal System: The Ethiopian Choice in Comparative Perspective, Fribourg, Stämpfli Publishers, 2017, pp. 272

This book, included in the «Publications of the Institute of Federalism, Fribourg, Switzerland», focuses on the Ethiopian federal model. The analysis of the role of the federal umpire in the Ethiopian federal structure is insightful due to its comparative perspective. The Ethiopian framework is compared with the classical federal model, or, as defined by eminent … Leggi tutto “Adriano Dirri, Recensione a K.K. AHMED, Umpiring a Federal System: The Ethiopian Choice in Comparative Perspective, Fribourg, Stämpfli Publishers, 2017, pp. 272”

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Adriano Dirri, Recensione a C. Manga Fombad, Separation of power in african Constitutionalism, Stellenbosch handbooks in African constitutional law, Oxford University Press, 2016

Il manuale curato dal Prof. C.M. Fombad, Separation of Powers in African Constitutionalism, inaugura una nuova serie di volumi edita dalla Oxford University Press, la “Stellenbosch Handbooks in African Constitutional Law”. Questi volumi, rendendo conto delle problematiche del costituzionalismo africano, hanno il fine di mettere in luce ed analizzare i temi critici che accomunano la … Leggi tutto “Adriano Dirri, Recensione a C. Manga Fombad, Separation of power in african Constitutionalism, Stellenbosch handbooks in African constitutional law, Oxford University Press, 2016”

Pubblicato in: Nomos, Rassegne critiche, recensioni, schede | Contrassegnato Adriano Dirri, Nomos 2/2017, Recensioni