"This publication is a collection of papers of the second meeting of the Dornburg Research Gruop on New Administrative Law which was held in London in May 2007"--Acknowledgments.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
1. What, if any, public-private divides exist in English law? / Dawn Oliver. 2. The public-private divide in French law through the history and destiny of French administrative law. / Etienne Picard. 3. The public-private law divide in Germany / Jens-Peter Schneider. 4. The fall from fundamentalism in Italian administrative law. / Roberto Caranta. 5. The public-private law divide in Spanish law. / Francisco Velasco Caballero. 6. The public-private law divide from a private law perspective. / Gunilla Edelstam. 7. The response of the English public law to private actors in public goverance. / Catherine Donnelly. 8. Cooperation between the public and private sector in enabling state. / Andreas Voßkuhle. 9. The public-private divide in the law of government contracts: assessing a comparative effort. / Sophie Boyron. 10. Where is the public law element in public sector contracts? A comparison of the British, French, and German points of view. / Athanasios Gromitsaris. 11. A reappraisal of the distinction between administrative contracts and private legal contracts in French law. / Jacques Petit. 12. From (public) ownership to use: a comparative analysis. / Giacinto della cananea. 13. The property of public bodies. / Patrice Chretien.