Reference : Transatlantic Perspectives on Administrative Law - an Introduction
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Transatlantic Perspectives on Administrative Law - an Introduction
Hofmann, Herwig mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Law Research Unit]
Transatlantic Perspectives on Administrative Law
HOFMANN, Herwig C. H.
WEAVER, Russell L.
[en] Transatlantic ; Administrative ; Comparative Law
[en] This book focuses on two important trends in the future of Administrative Law. The first is the relevance of administrative law for developing legitimacy and accountability of multi-level regulatory systems. In a time of global trade in goods and services, as well as increasing interconnectedness of public institutions, administrative law is in a period of growth and transformation. This book examines these transformations in the context of global administrative law, as evidenced by increasing interest in the nature and conditions of EU administrative law, and the movement towards increasingly intense regulatory cooperation in bilateral settings (for example EU-US) as well as multilateral fora (for example in international organizations such as the WTO).
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