La sovranità economica fra diritto interno e diritto transnazionale dell’economia. Considerazioni alla luce dell’esperienza britannica
Abstract: Economic sovereignty between domestic and transnational economic law. Considerations around the British experience – The article considers the case of Brexit in order to discuss the question of economic sovereignty within the international economic order, placing emphasis on the public and private interests behind that notion. The first part of the contribution looks at the concept of sovereignty in the British constitutional system highlighting its socio-economic underpinnings. The second part moves on to examine the ways in which economic sovereignty plays out in the international economic context, referring to both supranational and transnational phenomena, and aiming at overcoming the predominant narrative which opposes the state - in this particular case the UK - on the one hand and the European Union on the other hand. The contribution does not aim at rediscussing the notion of sovereignty possibly placing it against processes of globalisation, but rather at highlighting how different social and economic interests, of both public and private nature, might find expression through those channels.
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