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Emmanuel Slautsky, L’organisation administrative nationale face au droit européen du marché intérieur, Brussels, Larcier, 2018 (preface Patrick Goffaux)

The legitimacy of the European Union depends on its ability to strike the right balance between further European integration and the preservation of national diversity. Striking such a balance is … Continue reading

August 29, 2018

Law and public administration in Europe – project on administrative silence – call for interests

The Chairs of the  Law and public administration group, Professor Dacian Dragos (Cluj), Professor Polonca Kovac (Ljubljana) and Professor Beert Marseille (Groningen) invite expressions of interest for their new project. … Continue reading

October 26, 2017

Matthias Ruffert – Comparative Law Perspectives for Administrative Law Scholarship – Some Remarks from a German Viewpoint

In many jurisdictions, the research on administrative law was profoundly changed in the past roughly 25 years. Change was mainly driven by the aim to reach a higher level of … Continue reading

March 27, 2017

Jean-Bernard Auby – Comparative public law and Europe : Some thoughts

The following comments reflect my own experience ; not everyone would necessarily agree. They revolve around the practical importance of comparative public law and the degree in which legal actors concretely … Continue reading

February 27, 2017

Ulrich Stelkens -The European Administrative Space – From integration to implosion: A return journey?

In his discussion of Brexit, Professor Weiler diagnoses that Brexit brings Europe away from a “community of faith” and makes it reverse to a “community of convenience”. He further explains … Continue reading

February 17, 2017
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