Category Archives: Literature Bulletin

New papers: Artificial intelligence, Administrations and Regulators

by Maria Bianca Armiento The following papers are about the relationship between artificial intelligence, administrations and regulators. Addressed issues involve lack of algorithmic transparency, possible uses in the administrative state (in adjudication, in rulemaking and…

Literature Bulletin 2018: Articles about regulatory governance and better regulation

The Annual Bulletin assembles reference to papers that have been released throughout 2018. It has been compiled from a number of major journals in the field of administrative law. We have aimed at a balanced…

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.…

Literature Bulletin. Administrative Law Publications, no. 2-2016 (December 2016)

Behavioral Law and Economics Schebesta, H. and Purnhagen, K. 2016,The Behaviour of the Average Consumer: A Little Less Normativity and a Little More Reality in the Court’s Case Law? Reflections on Teekanne, European Law Review,…