This research Handbook is a comprehensive overview of the field of comparative administrative law. The specially commissioned chapters in this landmark volume represent a broad, multi-method approach combining perspectives from history and social science with more strictly legal analyses. Comparisons of the United States, continental Europe, and the British Commonwealth are complemented by contributions that focus on Latin America, Africa, and Asia. The work aims to stimulate comparative research on public law, reaching across countries and scholarly disciplines.
Contributors: B. Ackerman, J.M. Ackerman, A. Alemanno, J.-B. Auby, D. Barak-Erez, J. Barnes, G.A. Bermann, F. Bignami, P. Cane, P. Craig, D. Custos, M. D’Alberti, L.A. Dickinson, C. Donnelly, H.N. Fenton, T. Ginsburg, D. Halberstam, C.-Y. Huang, R.D. Kelemen, P.L. Lindseth, M.E. Magill, J.L. Mashaw, J. Massot, T.W. Merrill, G. Napolitano, F.G. Nicola, J. Ohnesorge, D.R. Ortiz, N. Parrillo, M.M. Prado, S. Rose-Ackerman, D. Rubinstein Reiss, I.E. Sandoval, J. Saurer, K.L. Scheppele, M. Shapiro, B. Sordi, L. Sossin, J.B. Wiener, J.-r. Yeh, T. Zwart