Aim and scope

«Analisi e diritto» publishes original research papers which are inspired by, on the one hand, the tradition of analytical jurisprudence founded by John Austin and Hans Kelsen, and, on the other hand, the philosophical analysis of legal language propounded by Scandinavian Realists, Herbert Hart and – in Italy – by the Italian analytical school brought into being by Norberto Bobbio, Uberto Scarpelli, and Giovanni Tarello.

Papers are published on «Analisi e diritto» either on invitation (in case of monographic collections of papers) or on being accepted after a peer-review process.

Papers should be original and should be neither published nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Publication times and review process

«Analisi e diritto» publishes two issue yearly, in June and December. The editors will make every attempt to be rigorous and transparent throughout the evaluation process from the initial receipt of the manuscript to its final acceptance (see Review Process); we also make a commitment to reduce the time between acceptance of an article and its publication as far as possible.

Funding

«Analisi e Diritto» is published under the auspices and with the research funds of these academic institutions: