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Title: The Evolution of Comparative Administrative Law Studies

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Title:

The Evolution of Comparative Administrative Law Studies

Creator:

Kusiak-Winter, Renata

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0000-0002-8202-1360   0000-0002-8202-1360

Subject and Keywords:

comparative studies   administrative law  
studia porównawcze   prawo administracyjne

Abstract:

The nature and scope of comparative studies is traditionally determined by the unique character of administrative law with its high rate of inward looking elements accounting for the characteristics of different states. Comparative studies are also flexible (variable) and fragmentised by nature. These two qualities appear to remain valid but the insular characteristics have been largely reduced as a result of loosening the ties of the administration with the state. This consequently influences comparative studies as we may draw a clear dividing line between the research on independent legal orders in the phase of no connections among the states and the phase of a high degree of interdependence and interaction among the legal orders in the membership framework of supranational organisations such as European Union. The aim of this paper is to show the complex premises applied in comparative studies of administrative law and discuss the needs specific to academic research and practical applications – the legislature, the judiciary and the executive. I will demonstrate that the research on comparative law has significantly changing its functions over the years, but it has made a permanent contribution to a deeper reflection on applicable law.  
The nature and scope of comparative studies is traditionally determined by the unique character of administrative law with its high rate of inward looking elements accounting for the characteristics of different states. Comparative studies are also flexible (variable) and fragmentised by nature. These two qualities appear to remain valid but the insular characteristics have been largely reduced as a result of loosening the ties of the administration with the state. This consequently influences comparative studies as we may draw a clear dividing line between the research on independent legal orders in the phase of no connections among the states and the phase of a high degree of interdependence and interaction among the legal orders in the membership framework of supranational organisations such as European Union. The aim of this paper is to show the complex premises applied in comparative studies of administrative law and discuss the needs specific to academic research and practical applications – the legislature, the judiciary and the executive. I will demonstrate that the research on comparative law has significantly changing its functions over the years, but it has made a permanent contribution to a deeper reflection on applicable law.

Place of publishing:

Wrocław

Publisher:

University of Wroclaw. Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics

Contributor:

Kusiak-Winter, Renata. Red.

Date issued:

2017

Resource Type:

text  
tekst

Detailed Type:

article  
artykuł

Identifier:

oai:repozytorium.uni.wroc.pl:131162

DOI:

10.1515/wrlae-2015-0046

Language:

eng

Abstract Language :

eng

Relation:

Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics, vol.7, no.1, 2017, pp.5-19

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Creative Commons - Attribution (CC BY 4.0)  
Creative Commons - Uznanie autorstwa (CC BY 4.0)

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Copyright by Wroclaw Review of Law, Administration & Economics, published by Sciendo

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