Leiden : Martinus Niijhoff Publishers, 
363 pages ; 25 cm
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Introduction /Anna-Sara Lind & Jane Reichel The internationalization of administrative law /Lena Marcusson Why "multi-level" and "governance" are concepts of relevance for our understanding of member state implementation of EU law /Helena Wockelberg A toolbox for administrative law cooperation beyond the state /Henrik Wenander Administrative law cooperation tools : the EGTC example /Vilhelm Persson BBMRI-ERIC : an analysis of a multi-level governance tool for the EU and beyond /Jane Reichel New challenges for administrative law theory /Niels Fenger Administrative data protection in global networks /Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg Designing institutions for multilevel copyright governance in the EU and beyond /Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt Globalization and the question of official languages /Lotta Lerwall Realizing fundamental rights in practice : a quest for an emerging European administration /Anna-Sara Lind Global governance, need for a new theory or the return of an old friend? /Thomas Bull Economic efficiency and legality as criteria for the development of good administration in a globalized order /Naomi Reniutz-Ursoiu Evolutionary theory and legal positivism : a possible marriage benefiting transnational law /Mauro Zamboni.
From having been a legal discipline with a predominantly national perspective, administrative law has increasingly become influenced and affected by the general trends of globalization in modern society. Globalization in general and Europeanization in particular have resulted in a multitude of economic and social contacts across borders, within and between commercial and personal, as well as public and private spheres. Globalization has thus led to a need to find new and adapted administrative law solutions. This changed legal landscape for administrative law is a reality that nearly all lawyers active within the field of administrative law have to relate to in their work.0In this book we have gathered a number of prominent scholars who analyze the developments of administrative law from their respective perspective. The papers were first presented at a colloquium at the Faculty of Law at Uppsala University in March 2012. The aim of the colloquium was to increase our own understanding of the processes of globalization within administrative law and to learn from each other. By publishing the papers, we hope that the knowledge gained there can be passed on to a wider group of interested scholars and practicing lawyers.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 331-359).
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