G. CiccaroneForeword. – Part I. Economic public law. – Paradigm Shift or Paradigm Lost? Economic Constitutionalism at the Turn of the Century (R. Miccú). – Public and private enforcement and regulatory objectives pursued by the public enforcer (G. Amato). – Public Enterprises in Italian legal order (S. Ruscica). – Re-assessing a new model of “parliamentary appointing power”? Brief remarks on the evolution of the relationship between Parliament and Independent Administrative Autorithies in Italy (P. Gambale). – Appointment of Heads of Authorities and access to legal protection (D. Bolognino). – Part II. Banking and financial law. – The financial supervisory authority in Germany (M. Poto). – Banking corporate governance and non executive directors in Italian law (D. Siclari). – International anti-money laundering policies and the protection of financial integrity (P. Fratangelo). – Composition with creditors and debt restructuring arragements (A. Zaccagna). – Deposit guarantee schemes and depositor preference: implications in light of the upcoming reforms at an EU level (M. De Cesare-F. Pluchino-R. De Lisa). – Islamic finance regulation profiles (M. Miraglia). – Private equity instruments to foster the Italian entrepreneurial ecosystem (F. Notari). – Authors informations.