Agency Coordination as Agency Action
The contributions to this book focus largely on the current developments in administrative law in various legal systems such as the U.S., Japan, Australia, Chile and Canada. The dynamics arise from the interplay of constitutional principles and administrative procedures as well as from the cross-fertilizing influences of comparative law approaches to the development of legal principles and rights.
The Global Paper Series
Comparative Perspectives on Administrative Procedure
Carolina Academic Press
Russell L. Weaver, Herwig C. H. Hofmann, Cheng-Yi Huang, & Steven I. Friedland
Robert B. Ahdieh,
Agency Coordination as Agency Action,
(Russell L. Weaver, Herwig C. H. Hofmann, Cheng-Yi Huang, & Steven I. Friedland eds., 2017).
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