The issue of good legislation is finally emerging, also in Italy, from the technical offices of the experts. Even a clear, well-written, understandable law can be, in substance, a very bad law. For this reason, both preventive and "subsequent" obligations to assess the feasibility of the future law are beginning to be introduced in the legislative, state and regional procedure to verify if the expected effects have been achieved and, if not, to take the appropriate measures. The volume collects six essays, divided into two parts: the first part deals with some problems that emerged in the Italian applicative experience in the field of legislation quality and the second one offers an outline of the regional experiences of Italy, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Spain.
University of Florence, Italy
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