20110003 - COMPARATIVE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (DIRITTO AMMINISTRATIVO COMPARATO)

COMPARATIVE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
The Course consists of lectures (section I) and case law discussions (section II-V),
meant to encourage active students’ participation. Each case will be examined in the
context of its specific jurisdiction and through comparative overview. Students’
evaluation will be based on class work, oral presentations and comments, and a final
paper. Academic papers, cases and materials will be made available in class and on the
website.
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Programma

Il corso è diviso in cinque sezioni:
I. General overview of the most important systems of administrative law around the
world.
II. The role of government, public powers and human rights.
III. Delegation, expertise and contracting out.
IV. The regulation of administrative action. Cost-benefit analysis, administrative
procedures and transparency.
V. Judicial review and administrative litigation.

Testi Adottati

Letture richieste come obbligatorie per il corso

Napolitano, Giulio, “Comparative Administrative Law. Cases and Problems.”
(2019).

Letture preliminari consigliate

Bignami, Francesca. "Comparative Administrative Law." The Cambridge
Companion to Comparative Law (2012): 145-170.
Boughey, Janina. "Administrative Law: The Next Frontier for Comparative Law."
International and Comparative Law Quarterly 62.01 (2013): 55-95.
Napolitano, Giulio, “The Transformations of Comparative Administrative Law.”
Rivista trimestrale di diritto pubblico (2017): 997-1003

Letture addizionali ed ulteriori

Rose-Ackerman, Susan, Peter L. Lindseth, and Blake Emerson (editors),
“Comparative Administrative Law”, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, second edition, 2017.

Le letture obbligatorie e quelle preliminari e addizionali consigliate saranno disponibili sulla piattaforma
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