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Legal challenges in EU administrative law, towards an integrated administration, editors, H.C.H. Hofmann, A.H. Türk

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Legal challenges in EU administrative law, towards an integrated administration, editors, H.C.H. Hofmann, A.H. Türk
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Legal challenges in EU administrative law
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
Oclc number
435657443
Responsibility statement
editors, H.C.H. Hofmann, A.H. Türk
Sub title
towards an integrated administration
Summary
The move toward a system of integrated administration in the EU poses considerable legal challenges. This book addresses the legal challenges of this level of integration. It explores ways through which accountability, legality, legitimacy and efficiency of the actors involved in co-operative EU administrative action can be ensured
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Introduction: towards a legal framework for Europe's integrated administration; PART I Models; 1. The administrative implementation of European Union law: a taxonomy and its implications; 2. Shared administration, disbursement of community funds and the regulatory state; PART II Procedures and structures; 3. 'Glass half empty or glass half-full?': accountability issues in comitology and the role of the European Parliament after the 2006 reform of comitology; 4. Comitology: the ongoing reform; 5. Agencies: the 'dark hour' of the executive?6. Composite decision making procedures in EU administrative law7. The emergence of transatlantic regulation; PART III Supervision and accountability; 8. Administrative supervision of administrative action in the European Union; 9. Judicial review of integrated administration in the EU; 10. Participation and participation rights in EU law and governance; 11. The effects of the principles of transparency and accountability on public procurement regulation; 12. Good administration as procedural right and/or general principle?; PART IV Conclusions13. Legal challenges in EU administrative law by the move to an integrated administrationIndex
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