Il paradigma europeo dell'efficienza delle pubbliche amministrazioni

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The European lex fiscalis, developed after the sovereign debt crisis of the period 2011-2013 marks, directly and indirectly, a clear solution of continuity with respect to the evolution of the administrative system of the economy of the continental states. The fiscal compact has brought about a change of the rule-based legal paradigm of good administration economy of the containment of public expenditure compared to functionality of the administrative organization. The revision of the Constitution of the 2012 recorded this change. The prevalence of financial interest compared to other public interests, it pushes for a different modulation of the concept of efficiency that art. 97 of the Constitution mainly binds to cost savings and the obligation to parameterize functionality to sustainability of public debt. The wise tries to highlight that modification constitutional implies both greater responsibility for choices policies in the use of public resources, both a natural propensity administrative action towards legalism.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)839-856
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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