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The Oxford Handbook of Administrative Justice

Gebonden Engels 2022 9780190903084
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The Oxford Handbook of Administrative Justice examines the wide range of scholarship exploring the administrative decisions made by public authorities that affect individual citizens and the mechanisms available for the provision of redress. The Handbook identifies and provides a survey of key transnational themes in administrative justice research, considers theoretical and methodological approaches to administrative justice, and provides a view of the future of administrative justice research.

One aspect of administrative justice, namely the study of law and administration, is a core component of law school syllabuses and scholarly research around the world. For many public lawyers, this area of study has been focused heavily on legalistic redress systems (e.g. judicial review). Justice against administrations, however, is delivered through a much broader range of mechanisms than legalistic processes alone: fair initial decision-making procedures, internal review systems, ombuds, administrative tribunals/adjudication, and other institutions play a vital role.

Despite their importance to modern governance across the globe (and to the lives of individual citizens), these broader aspects of administrative justice have been left relatively neglected and under-researched, and the Handbook represents a groundbreaking achievement in establishing administrative justice research as a vital and discrete area of study. The Oxford Handbook of Administrative Justice will be an essential resource for legal scholars and social scientists wishing to understand the complexity of this important field.


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Administrative Justice as a Field of Study
Marc Hertogh, Richard Kirkham, Robert Thomas, and Joe Tomlinson

Part I Institutions
1. Administrative Decision-Making on the Frontline
Richard Martin
2. Internal Review Systems and Administrative Justice
Tom Mullen
3. Administrative Adjudication: The United States is the Outlier
Jeffrey S. Lubbers
4. Judicial Review and Administrative Justice
T.T. Arvind, Simon Halliday, and Lindsay Stirton
5. The Ombud as a Chameleon: A Story of Adaptation to Different Administrative Cultures
Richard Kirkham
6. Government Watchdog Agencies and Administrative Justice
Anita Stuhmcke
7. Public Inquiries and Administrative Justice
Fiona Donson and Darren O'Donovan
8. Oversight of the Administrative Justice System
Sarah Nason
9. Delivering Administrative Justice: Implications for System Design
Christopher Hodges

Part II Social and Political Ideas
10. The Interactions of Administrative Justice and Constitutionalism
Aziz Z. Huq
11. The Individual and Administrative Justice
Naomi Creutzfeldt
12. Social Justice and Administrative Justice
Jackie Gulland
13. Administrative Justice in Authoritarian States
Eric C. Ip
14. Administrative Justice in the Transitional States
Dacian C. Dragos
15. Rule of Law and Administrative Justice
Yseult Marique

Part III Socio-Legal Methods and Approaches
16. Historical Approaches to Administrative Justice
Mark Hickford
17. Administrative Justice and Empirical Legal Research: Debunking the Ordinary Religion of Legal Instrumentalism
Marc Hertogh
18. Models of Administrative Justice
Jerry L. Mashaw
19. Administrative Justice in Street-Level Decision-Making: Equal Treatment and Responsiveness
Nadine Raaphorst
20. Administrative Justice and Cultures of Rule Application
Robert A. Kagan
21. Legal Consciousness and Administrative Justice
David Cowan and Rosie Harding

Part IV Digitalisation
22. Administrative Justice in a Digital World: Challenges and Solutions
Paul Henman
23. Algorithmic Administrative Justice
Steven M. Appel and Cary Coglianese
24. Digitalisation and Administrative Justice: An Access to Justice Perspective
Lorne Sossin and Darin Thompson
25. Implementing Digitalisation in an Administrative Justice Context
Jennifer Raso

Part V Frontiers
26. Administrative Justice in the Private Sector
Avishai Benish and Jérôme Pélisse
27. Administrative Justice and Codification
Cora Hoexter
28. Collective Decision-Making and Administrative Justice
Michael Sant'Ambrogio and Adam S. Zimmerman
29. Administrative Justice and Globalisation
Giacinto della Cananea
30. The Future of Administrative Justice
Michael Adler
31. Directions for Future Research on Administrative Justice
Maurice Sunkin and Lee Marsons

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