Journal of Agro-industrial and Environmental Law The Journal aims to foster and facilitate dialogue and promote a shared interpretation of legal and economic instruments and institutional policies through multidisciplinary and international debate. The project is premised on the belief that the new lines of the common agricultural policy and the development prospects of global trade increasingly require original instruments of observation capable of grouping together under a single perspective different interpretations of the changes affecting the agricultural sector's entire rules' system, its laws and legislation. Agricultural productive activities are not only progressively expanding towards an increasingly important agro-industrial sector, but are also, and at the same time, expressing a new social function, one concerning safeguarding the environment and human health. They are also more relevant than they have ever been to the relationships between the world's North and the South. In view of the complexity and the extent of these issues, all of which require flexible policies and efficient institutions, the Journal sets out to provide a point of reference and a forum for multidisciplinary and international scientific debate.
Directors: Francesco Adornato (Director), Luigi Costato, Lucio Francario, Alberto Germanò, Marco Goldoni, Carlo Alberto Graziani, Antonio Jannarelli. Scientific Committee: Piero Bevilacqua, Giovanni Cannata, Francesco Capograssi, Sabino Cassese, Isabelle Couturier, Carlo Desideri, Corrado Giacomini, Vitantonio Gioia, Dietrich Gorny, Sergio Marchisio, Stefano Rodotà. Directors' Committee: Ferdinando Albisinni, Paolo Borghi, Irene Canfora, Alessandra Di Lauro, Marianna Giuffrida, Lorenza Paoloni, Margherita Scoppola. Editors: Matteo Benozzo, Francesco Bruno, Pamela Lattanzi, Monica Sabbatini, Ilaria Trapè. Editorial office secretary: Carla Cherubini.
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