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What's New in European Administrative Law? Quoi de Neuf en Droit Administratif européen ?


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    What’s New in European Administrative Law? Transcription of the Statements and Discussions of the Round Table held at the EUI on10 December 2004 : Jacques Ziller, Foreword; Edoardo Chiti, The Relationship between National Administrative Law and European Administrative Law in Administrative Procedures ; Diana-Urania Galetta, The Obligation for National Administrative Bodies to Review their Final Administrative Decisions ; Jean Bernard Auby, A Physionomy of European Judicial Review of Administration (in French); Karl-Peter Sommermann, Europeanisation and Transformation of Administrative Justice in Europe.Européanisation et transformation de la justice administrative en Europe (in French); Paul Craig, Process Rights in Adjudication and Rulemaking: Legal and Political ; Susana de la Sierra, The Constitutional Bases of European Administrative Law; Loïc Azoulay, Broadening and Elevation the Scope of European Administrative Law (in French); Kathrin Maria Scherr, The Concept of Administrative Self-Remedy under EC Law; Joana Mendes Participation Rights

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    Paper provided by European University Institute (EUI), Department of Law in its series EUI-LAW Working Papers with number 10.

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    Date of creation: 01 Jun 2005
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    Handle: RePEc:erp:euilaw:p0026

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    Keywords: Europeanization; implementation; multilevel governance; networks; participation; public administration; fundamental/human rights; judicial review; mutual adjustment; subsidiarity; comitology; decentralisation; institutions; European Agencies;

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