The name of this semiannual review is indicative of a project that has as its perspective the opening towards new horizons of knowledge, both in the legal and economic fields. The study of relations between States, and between them and the European Union, constitutes the privileged terrain of the scientific approach that this new cultural experience aims at pursuing.
The Euro-Balkan Law and Economics Review is not just a title. It wants to be, ambitiously, something more: a bridge between institutional and political cultures that cooperate with each other and integrate, certainly by gradual steps, but with a view to interdependencies not only functional to the new course of global law but above all from an intercultural and multicultural viewpoint.
Moreover, the different countries of the Balkan area are placed in an increasingly integrated scenario. Many countries are already in the European Union and others still gravitate around it, waiting for repositioning in the scenario of the Old Continent. The choice made to create a multi-disciplinary online review, mainly but not exclusively addressed to the Balkan area, is dictated by a profession of consistency with the founding principles of the contemporary state as elements of a historical and political discourse aimed at building of a social and civil project.