Tag Archives: Accountability

Literature Bulletin. Administrative Law Publications, no. 1-2017

Behavioral law and economics Atamer, Y. M. 2017.Why Judicial Control of Price Terms in Consumer Contracts Might Not Always Be the Right Answer – Insights from Behavioural Law and Economics, The Modern Law Review, 80(4):624–660.…

From the “Democratic Deficit” to a “Democratic Surplus”: Constructing Administrative Democracy in Europe

By Dr Athanasios Psygkas, Lecturer in Law (University of Bristol). When academics, policymakers, media commentators, and citizens talk about a European Union (EU) “democratic deficit,” they often miss part of the story. My new book, From…

Research note. Ex post legislative evaluation in the European Union

Research note by Pieter Zwaan, Stijn van Voorst and Ellen Mastenbroek based on the paper: Pieter Zwaan, Stijn van Voorst and Ellen Mastenbroek. Ex post legislative evaluation in the European Union. Questioning the use of evaluation as…

Trasparenza e lobbying nell’Unione europea: i vantaggi del “legislative footprint”

Il 18 novembre 2011 il Comitato affari costituzionali del Parlamento europeo ha pubblicato un nuovo rapporto sulla trasparenza, accountability e integrità delle attività di lobbying presso le istituzioni dell’Unione europea. Il rapporto suggerisce l’introduzione del…