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The legal analysis of information management in European administrative procedures is still at an early stage. Comparative legal analyses of standard problems of national as well as EU administrative law are needed. Examples are the allocation of responsibilities between public authorities and...
Spanish Administrative Law has evolved under foreign influences and, in contrast with those States with a strong tradition of Administrative Law, Spanish Law is in a better position to receive further influences due to its own idiosyncrasy. The implementation of the Aarhus Convention (AC) is...
De-central implementation of EU policies is increasingly undertaken by administrative networks linking Member States and EU bodies. Such joint implementation procedures are designed primarily to allow for effective gathering and sharing of information across jurisdictional borders but their...
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