Reference : Legal Challenges in EU Administrative Law by the Move to an Integrated Administration
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Legal Challenges in EU Administrative Law by the Move to an Integrated Administration
Hofmann, Herwig mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Law Research Unit]
Legal Challenges in EU Administrative Law: The Move to an Integrated Administration
Hofmann, Herwig mailto
Türk, Alexander
Edward Elgar Publishing
[en] The contributions to this book have discussed various legal aspects of the phenomenon of integrated administration in the EU and have contributed to developing a better understanding of the legal framework thereof. This has not been a simple task, not least because the founding treaties had not provided for a legal framework for this administrative integration. It was due to the evolutionary and diversified development of forms of integrated administration, that many new and unforeseen legal problems have arisen. They are often the result of forms of non-hierarchic, network-like structures and procedures of administrative cooperation in the EU. Across policy areas a general tendency can be observed of integrating a multitude of administrative actors from different jurisdictions in joint procedures. This often results in a mix of legal systems’ rules being applicable to a single administrative procedure.

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