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Master 2 in Public Law and Master 2 in European Law: European Administrative Law

European constitutional law

How should European administrative law be defined and understood?

Design 

Definition

Distribution 

Programme 

Positioning 

Identification 

Organic criteria

Functional criteria?

Formal or procedural criteria?

 

Can we define an administrative law common to Member States and to the European Union? Are there any examples? 

 

Can a European administrative area be described?

 

General relational principle between administrations

System of a network of administrators

Adoption of the acquis communautaire

Mechanism of general principles of European Union law

 

Is there a link between the emergence of European Union administrative law and the emergence of European Union constitutional law?

 

Common thread

Difference

Alternative views?

 

What are the goals of European administrative law?

 

Fight against maladministration 

Definition of standards of good administration 

Establishment of a general principle of good administration

Recognition of the right to good administration

What are the principles of European Union administrative law?

 

ECJ 12 July 1957, Algera, cases 7/56 and 3/57 to 7/57

National inspirations

Main principles

Explanations and clarifications of the principles

‘Pan-European’ principles of administrative law

           

What is the role of the Court of Justice with respect to European administrative law?

Reality of the role of administrative judge

Criteria for the role of administrative judge

Could, or should, codification of the European Union’s non-contentious administrative procedure be considered?

Legal basis

Necessary?

European PANC

Institutional initiatives

Doctrinal initiative: ReNEUAL

New European Union and European administrative law governance

Agencification of the European Union

         Introduction to the phenomenon

         Analysis of the phenomenon: links with the new European governance

Qualitative aspect: agencies as a response to the politicisation of the Commission

Quantitative aspect: Agencies as a tool for controlled externalisation

 

Regulation and new governance

        Coordination, OMC

        Regulation, co-regulation, self-regulation



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Dates :
Created on January 9, 2018

Date of update December 12, 2019


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