Global Administrative Law and EU Administrative Law: Relationships, Legal Issues and Comparison

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Edoardo Chiti, Bernardo Giorgio Mattarella
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 3, 2011 - Law - 409 pages
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This book seeks to enrich and refine global administrative law and EU administrative law analytical tools by examining their manifold relations. Its aim is to begin to explore the complex reality of the interactions between EU administrative law and global administrative law, to provide a preliminary map of such legal and institutional reality, and to review it. The book is the first attempt to analyze a dense area of new legal issues. The first part of the book contains core elements of a general theory of the relationships between global and EU administrative law: comparative inquiries, exchanges of legal principles, and developing linkages. The second part is devoted to special regulatory regimes, in which global and European law coexist, though not always peacefully. Several sectors are considered: cultural heritage, medicines, climate change, antitrust, accounting and auditing, banking supervision, and public procurement.
 

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Contents

Introduction The Relationships Between Global Administrative Law and EU Administrative Law
1
Part I Comparative Inquiries
11
Part II Exchanges of Legal Principles
86
Part III Developing Linkages and Networks
146
Part IV Parallel Regimes
185
Part V Converging Harmonizations
246
Part VI Cross Implementations
321
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Edoardo Chiti (LL.M. University College London, Ph.D. European University Institute) is Professor of European Union Law at the University of La Tuscia, Italy.

Bernardo Giorgio Mattarella (LL.M. University of California at Berkeley, Ph.D. University of Florence) is Professor of administrative law at the University of Siena and at the National School for Public Administration in Rome, Italy.

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