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Alternative Dispute Resolution in European Administrative Law

  • Dacian C. Dragos
  • Bogdana Neamtu

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxiii
  2. National Perspectives

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Ulrich Stelkens
      Pages 3-55
    3. Philip Langbroek, Milan Remac, Paulien Willemsen
      Pages 113-151
    4. Inger Marie Conradsen, Michael Gøtze
      Pages 153-177
    5. Susana Galera, Pablo Acosta, Helena Soleto
      Pages 233-257
    6. Anita Boros, András Patyi
      Pages 279-335
    7. Andrzej Skoczylas, Mariusz Swora
      Pages 337-364
    8. Soňa Skulová, Lukáš Potěšil, David Hejč
      Pages 393-420
    9. Dacian C. Dragos, Bogdana Neamtu, Raluca Suciu
      Pages 421-459
  3. Alternative Dispute Resolution in the European Union Law

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 487-487
    2. Siegfried Magiera, Wolfgang Weiß
      Pages 489-536
  4. Comparative Perspectives

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 537-537
    2. K. J. de Graaf, A. T. Marseille, H. D. Tolsma
      Pages 589-605

About this book

Introduction

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.

Keywords

Administrative Appeal Administrative Justice System Administrative Law Administrative Proceedings Alternative Dispute Resolution Tools Mediation Ombudsman

Editors and affiliations

  • Dacian C. Dragos
    • 1
  • Bogdana Neamtu
    • 2
  1. 1.Center for Good Governance StudiesBabes Bolyai UniversityCluj NapocaRomania
  2. 2.Center for Good Governance StudiesBabes Bolyai UniversityCluj NapocaRomania

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