Tag Archives: Judicial review

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. 3 (December, 2015)

Behavioral Law and Economics Goldin, J. 2015. Which Way To Nudge? Uncovering Preferences in the Behavioral Age, Yale Law Journal, 125(1): 226-270. Consultation and Participation Kutay, A. 2015. Limits of Participatory Democracy in European Governance,…

Literature Bulletin. Administrative Law publications, no. 2 (October, 2015)

Behavioral Law and Economics Viscusi, W. K., T. Gayer. 2014. Behavioral public choice: the behavioral paradox of Government Policy, Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 38(3): 973-1007. Benefit-Cost Analysis Bubb, R. 2015. Comment: The…

Recent decisions of the Italian and European Judges on public consultation process and impact assessment (Report May 2015)

This month “Focus Giurisprudenza” reports on a decision of the Italian Council of State and two judgments of the TAR Lombardia relating to public consultation process. Further, it presents an Opinion of Advocate General of…

Research note. Judicial review of executive policymaking in advanced democracies: beyond rights review

Research note by Eduardo Jordão and Susan Rose-Ackerman This note summarizes our article “Judicial review of executive policymaking in advanced democracies: beyond rights review”, published in the Administrative Law Review, volume 66 (2014). The article considers…

Il diritto europeo può ampliare i poteri di una Corte inglese fino a consentire di sindacare il merito di una scelta regolatoria

Judicial review usually regards the legality of administrative decisions, rather than their substantive merits. However, under Directive 2002/21/EC, Member States must provide the right of appeal against regulatory decisions. Therefore, depending on the context, there…

Recensioni. Il processo decisionale francese, tra AI, partecipazione e AIR

Il lungo e approfondito articolo “Policymaking and Public Law in France: Public Participation, Agency Independence, and Impact Assessment” (di Susan Rose-Ackerman e Thomas Perroud) fa il punto sullo stato dell’arte del processo decisionale pubblico in Francia. L’obiettivo è…

La motivazione degli atti generali e l’AIR. La via delle Autorità indipendenti.

Che influenza ha l’analisi d’impatto sulla funzione e il contenuto della motivazione degli atti regolatori generali? L’Osservatorio AIR pubblica, su questo tema, un paper di approfondimento scritto da Monica Cocconi, ricercatore confermato di Istituzioni di diritto…