Alternative Dispute Resolution in European Administrative Law
Dragos, Dacian C., Neamtu, Bogdana (Eds.)
2014, XXXIII, 605 p. 7 illus. in color.
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First attempt to assess the effectiveness of administrative appeals and other forms of ADR in administrative law
First foray into the different alternatives to courts in administrative law in recent times
Interdisciplinary approach to classical legal institutions
This book examines the role, the general framework and the empirical effectiveness of the main alternative dispute resolution tools (administrative appeals, mediation, and ombudsman) in administrative matters, within the broader context of the administrative justice system. The book uses approaches from the fields of law, public administration, public policy and political science to assess the importance of different instruments for alternative dispute resolution, with an emphasis on administrative appeals.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Administrative Appeal - Administrative Justice System - Administrative Law - Administrative Proceedings - Alternative Dispute Resolution Tools - Mediation - Ombudsman