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.
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part PART I GROUNDS OF JUDICIAL REVIEW chapter 1 Timothy Endicott (1998), 'Questions of Law', Law Quarterly Review, 114, pp. 292-321 chapter 2 Colin S. Diver (1991), 'Sound Governance and Sound Law', Michigan Law Review, 89, pp. 1436-49 chapter 3 Stephen Breyer (1986), 'Judicial Review of Questions of Law and Policy', Administrative Law Review, 38, pp. 363-98 chapter 4 John Allison (1994), 'The Procedural Reason for Judicial Restraint', Public Law, pp. 452-73 part PART II CROSS-CURRENTS chapter 5 Justice Ronald Sackville (2000), 'The Limits of Judicial Review of Executive Action - Some Comparisons Between Australia and the United States', Federal Law Review, 28, pp. 315-30 chapter 6 Susan Rose-Ackerman (1994), 'American Administrative Law under Siege: Is Germany a Model?', Harvard Law Review, 107, pp. 1279-302 chapter 7 Martin Shapiro (1996), 'Codification of Administrative Law: The US and the Union', European Law Journal, 2, pp. 26-47 chapter 8 Timothy H. Jones (2000), 'Judicial Review and Codification', Legal Studies, 20, pp. 517-37 part PART III EMPIRICAL RESEARCH chapter 9 Peter H. Schuck and E. Donald Elliott (1990), 'Studying Administrative Law: A Methodology for, and Report on, New Empirical Research', Administrative Law Review, 42, pp. 519-43 chapter 10 Genevra Richardson and Maurice Sunkin (1996), 'Judicial Review: Questions of Impact', Public Law, Spring, pp. 79-103 chapter 11 Simon Halliday (2000), 'The Influence of Judicial Review on Bureaucratic Decision-Making', Public Law, Spring, pp. 110-22 chapter 12 Rosemary O'Leary (1989), The Impact of Federal Court Decisions on the Policies and Administration of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency', Administrative Law Review, 41, pp. 549-74 chapter 13 Hazel Genn (1993), Tribunals and Informal Justice', Modem Law Review, 56, pp. 393-411 part PART IV THE ECONOMICS OF PUBLIC LAW chapter 14, pp. 355-82 chapter 15 William Bishop (1990), 'A Theory of Administrative Law', Journal of Legal Studies, 19, pp. 489-530 chapter 16 Mark Freedland (1998), 'Public Law and Private Finance - Placing the Private Finance Initiative in a Public Law Frame', Public Law, Summer, pp. 288-307 chapter 17 Colin Scott (2000), 'Accountability in the Regulatory State', Journal of Law and Society, 27, pp. 38-60 chapter 18 Jody Freeman (2000), 'Private Parties, Public Functions and the New Administrative Law', Administrative Law Review, 52, pp. 813-58 part PART V LIABILITY chapter 19 David Cohen (1990), 'Suing the State', University of Toronto Law Journal, 40, pp. 630-62 chapter 20 William Bishop (1990), The Rational Strength of the Private Law Model', University of Toronto Law Journal, 40, pp. 663-69 chapter 21, pp. 749-61 chapter 22 Peter Cane (1999), 'Damages in Public Law', Otago Law Review, 9, pp. 489-517.