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.

part I|104 pages

Grounds of Judicial Review

chapter 1|30 pages

Questions of Law

ByTimothy Endicott

chapter 2|14 pages

Sound Governance and Sound Law

ByColin S. Diver

chapter 3|36 pages

Judicial Review of Questions of Law and Policy

ByStephen Breyer

chapter 4|22 pages

The Procedural Reason for Judicial Restraint

ByJohn Allison

part II|85 pages


chapter 6|24 pages

American Administrative Law Under Siege: Is Germany a Model?

BySusan Rose-Ackerman

chapter 7|22 pages

Codification of Administrative Law: The US and the Union

ByMartin Shapiro

chapter 8|21 pages

Judicial review and codification

ByTimothy H Jones

part III|113 pages

Empirical Research

chapter 9|25 pages

Studying Administrative Law: A Methodology for, and Report on, New Empirical Research

ByPeter H. Schuck, E. Donald Elliott

chapter 10|25 pages

Judicial Review: Questions of Impact

ByGenevra Richardson, Maurice Sunkin

chapter 11|13 pages

The Influence of Judicial Review on Bureaucratic Decision-Making

BySimon Halliday

chapter 13|19 pages

Tribunals and Informal Justice

ByHazel Genn

part IV|162 pages

The Economics of Public Law

chapter 14|28 pages

The Judiciary and Public Choice

ByFrank B. Cross

chapter 15|42 pages

A Theory of Administrative Law

ByWilliam Bishop

chapter 17|23 pages

Accountability in the Regulatory State

ByColin Scott

chapter 18|46 pages

Private Parties, Public Functions and the New Administrative Law

ByJody Freeman

part V|87 pages


chapter 19|33 pages

Suing the State

ByDavid Cohen

chapter 20|7 pages

The Rational Strength of the Private Law Model

ByWilliam Bishop

chapter 21|13 pages

Judicial Relief and Public Tort Law

ByCass R. Sunstein

chapter 22|29 pages

Damages in Public Law

ByPeter Cane