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Alternative Dispute Resolution in European Administrative Law [Hardcover]

Dacian C. Dragos , Bogdana Neamtu

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Administrative Appeals in Germany by Ulrich Stelkens.- Chapter 2: Alternative Dispute Resolution in French Administrative Proceedings by Rhita Bousta and Sagar Arun.- Chapter 3: Administrative Appeals in the Italian Law: On the Brink of Extinction or Might They Be Saved (And Are They Worth Saving)? by Mario Comba and Roberto Caranta.- Chapter 4:  The Dutch System of Dispute Resolution in Administrative Law by Philip Langbroek, Milan Remac and Paulien Willemsen.- Chapter 5: Administrative Appeals and ADR in Danish Administrative Law by Inger Marie Conradsen, Michael Gøtze.- Chapter 6: The Complexity of Administrative Appeals in Belgium:  Not Seeing the Woods for the Trees by Ludo M. Veny.- Chapter 7: Administrative Justice in Austria in the Stage of Transition: From Administrative Appeals to Administrative Courts or the Final Stage of “Tribunalization” of Administrative Disputes by Friederike Bundschuh-Rieseneder and Alexander Balthasar.- Chapter 8: ADR Tools in Spanish Administrative Law by Susana Galera, Pablo Acosta and Helena Soleto.- Chapter 9: ADR in the Administrative Law – A Perspective from the United Kingdom by David Marrani and Youseph Farah.- Chapter 10: Administrative Appeals and Other Forms of ADR in Hungary by Anita Boros and András Patyi.- Chapter 11: Administrative Remedies in Polish Administrative Law by Andrzej Skoczylas and Mariusz Swora.- Chapter 12: Effective Conflict Resolution in Administrative Proceedings in Slovenia – A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis by Polonca Kovač.- Chapter 13: Administrative Appeals, Ombudsman and Other ADR Tools in the Czech Administrative Law by Soňa Skulová, Lukáš Potěšil, David Hejč.- Chapter 14: The Dynamic of Administrative Appeals and Other ADR Tools in Romania by Dacian C. Dragos, Bogdana Neamtu and Raluca Suciu.- Chapter 15: Serbia as a Part of the European Administrative Space - ADR Tools Applied to Administrative Law by Vuk Cucić.- Chapter 16: Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in the European Union Law by Siegfried Magiera and Wolfgang Weiß.- Chapter 17: Administrative Appeals in Comparative European Administrative Law: What Effectiveness? by Dacian C. Dragos and David Marrani.- Chapter 18: The Ombudsman - An Alternative to the Judiciary? by Milan Remac.- Chapter 19: Mediation in Administrative Proceedings: A Comparative Perspective by K.J. de Graaf, A.T. Marseille and H.D. Tolsma.

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