Administrative Law

Author: Steven J. Cann
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412913969
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In this new edition, author Steven J. Cann once again enlivens the topic of United States administrative law through the use of recent and "classic" legal cases to make it accessible and interesting to students. Administrative Law, Fourth Edition is an engaging casebook that presents a unique problem-solving framework that contrasts democracy with the administrative state. This novel approach places the often complex subject matter of U.S. administrative law into a more comprehensible context. The Fourth Edition has been completely updated and revised and includes many new cases to reflect changes in the law since the year 2000.

Administrative Law

Author: Steven Cann
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351729144
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This title was first published in 2002. Designed to complement the first volume on administrative law which was published as part of the original series of "The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory", the articles contained in this volume pick up on themes dealt with in the first, while others reflect different concerns and new developments in administrative law scholarship. It offers a representative sample of the best contemporary writing in administrative law - theoretical, empirical and doctrinal. What ties all the essays in this volume together is not that they fall within the province of administrative law, but that they are all concerned with the legal framework within which government business is conducted, and government policies are pursued, by executive action.

Administrative Law

Author: Daniel L. Feldman
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 1506308554
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Administrative Law: The Sources and Limits of Government Agency Power explains the sources of administrative agency authority in the United States, how agencies make rules, the rights of clients and citizens in agency hearings, and agency interaction with other branches of government. This concise text examines the everyday challenges of administrative responsibilities and provides students with a way to understand and manage the complicated mission that is governance. Written by leading scholar Daniel Feldman, the book avoids technical legal language, but at the same time provides solid coverage of legal principles and exemplar studies, which allows students to gain a clear understanding of a complicated and critical aspect of governance.

Administrative Law And Politics

Author: Christine B. Harrington
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 1483322874
Size: 12.95 MB
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In the Fifth Edition of Administrative Law and Politics, authors Christine B. Harrington and Leif H. Carter show the scope and power of administrative government and demonstrate how the legal system shapes administrative procedure and practice. Using accessible language and examples, the casebook provides the foundation that students, public administrators and policy analysts need to interpret the rules and regulations that support our legal system.

Administrative Law

Author: Daniel L. Feldman
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 1506308562
Size: 45.34 MB
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Administrative Law: The Sources and Limits of Government Agency Power explains the sources of administrative agency authority in the United States, how agencies make rules, the rights of clients and citizens in agency hearings, and agency interaction with other branches of government. This concise text examines the everyday challenges of administrative responsibilities and provides students with a way to understand and manage the complicated mission that is governance. Written by leading scholar Daniel Feldman, the book avoids technical legal language, but at the same time provides solid coverage of legal principles and exemplar studies, which allows students to gain a clear understanding of a complicated and critical aspect of governance.

Alternative Dispute Resolution In European Administrative Law

Author: Dacian C. Dragos
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642349463
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This book examines the role, the general framework and the empirical effectiveness of the main alternative dispute resolution tools (administrative appeals, mediation, and ombudsman) in administrative matters, within the broader context of the administrative justice system. The book uses approaches from the fields of law, public administration, public policy and political science to assess the importance of different instruments for alternative dispute resolution, with an emphasis on administrative appeals.

Inside And Outside Canadian Administrative Law

Author: David J. Mullan
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 0802092454
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The rise to prominence of administrative law in the second half of the twentieth century is often remarked upon as the greatest legal development of the period. In this process there has been considerable borrowing of ideas and learning from experiences elsewhere in the common law world. This volume brings together administrative law scholars and judges from around the globe to address important issues in the field and to honour the career of one of the leading administrative lawyers in the Anglo-Commonwealth world, Professor David Mullan. Editors Grant Huscroft and Michael Taggart have identified the broad themes in Mullan's work - procedural fairness; scope of review and deference; the interrelationship of administrative law and human rights; the legitimacy of state regulation and tribunal adjudication; common law comparativism - and invited contributions on those themes from leading scholars in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, and the United States. A fitting tribute to a great scholar, Inside and Outside Canadian Administrative Law will prove fascinating to students, teachers, and practitioners of administrative law as well as policy makers and political scientists.

Handbook Of Public Administration

Author: B Guy Peters
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446204782
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The past two decades have been marked by a period of substantial and often fundamental change in public administration. Critically reflecting on the utility of scholarly theory and the extent to which government practices inform the development of this theory, the Handbook of Public Administration was a landmark publication which served as an essential guide for both the practice of public administration today and its on-going development as an academic discipline. The Concise Paperback Edition provides a selection of 30 of the original articles in an accessible paperback format and includes a new introduction by B. Guy Peters and Jon Pierre. It is an essential point of reference for all students of public administration.

Administrative Reforms

Author: Amita Singh
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761933922
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This volume analyses the impact of globalisation on governance, and specifically on public-sector reforms. Starting from the premise that adhocism and sectoralism are the main reasons why past attempts at administrative reforms in India have not succeeded, this book maintains that some of the basic tenets of mainstream approaches to administrative reform require urgent and critical re-examination. The ten essays in this book dwell on three distinct areas—urban governance, energy and environmental governance, and service delivery systems—which have been subjected to a blizzard of reforms in recent years. The contributors investigate the role of public and private partners as agents of change and showcase successful experiments that have transformed the lives of local rural communities.