Thursday, October 9, 2008

Papers from the Viterbo IV GAL Seminar now available online

Just a quick post to note that almost all of the papers from the Viterbo IV GAL Seminar are now available online, on the websites of both the IILJ and IRPA. The seminar focused on the topic of "Global Administrative Law: from fragmentation to unity?", and had 14 different papers, of which the following 12 are now available:

Supra-national Governance And The WTO: A Model For The Anti-Corruption Movement?
Padideh Ala’i

Global Judicial Review: A Remedy Against Fragmentation?
Mariangela Benedetti

Between Fragmentation and Unity, GAL Should Focus On Efficiency- The Arguments For An Effective Environmental Protection
Rafaël Chetrit

A Common GAL: The Legitimating Role Of The Global Rule Of Law
Georgios Dimitropoulos

Transparency As A Global Goal: Towards An Unity Of Principles In Global Administrative Law
Carlos Iván Fuentes

‘Info-courts’ and the Accountability of International Organizations: Evidence from the World Bank Inspection Panel
Thomas N. Hale

Global Administrative Law in Domestic Courts. Why and How to hold Global Administrative Bodies accountable
Andrej Lang

The "Emergence" Of Global Administrative Law?
Euan MacDonald

The WTO Dispute Settlement System: Administration, Court or Tertium Genus?
Barbara Marchetti

Investment Treaties: Instruments Of Bilateralism Or Elements Of An Evolving Multilateral System?
Stephan Schill

The Arctic gold rush is juridical - The Procedure Of The Extension Of The Russian Federation’s Continental Shelf Analysed Through Global Administrative Law
Rui Tavares Lanceiro

The Judicial System of Mercosur: Is there Administrative Justice?
Mario Viola de Azevedo Cunha

The next of the annual Viterbo seminars will take place on the 12-13th of June, 2009, and will focus on issues relating to the review of global administrative action (by global courts, compliance committees, inspection panels, etc.).

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