The Global Administrative Law (GAL) Project based in the Institute for International Law and Justice (IILJ) – New York University School of Law, led by Professors Benedict Kingsbury and Richard B. Stewart.
The Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht at Heidelberg has a GAL project (in German) with case studies of international administration (in English).
The European University Institute in Florence has a project on self-regulation led by Professor Fabrizio Cafaggi.
The Global Economic Governance Programme at Oxford University, directed by Professor Ngaire Woods.
The Center for International Governance Innovation, an international think-tank based in Ontario, Canada.
The Bremen Project, a Collaborative Research Center established in January 2003, supported by the University of Bremen, the International University (Bremen) and the Bremen University of Applied Sciences.
La Chaire Mutations de L’Action Publique et du Droit Public (MADP), a professorship established under Professor Jean-Bernard Auby at Sciences Po (Paris).
Global Administrative Law Blog, dedicated to the continuing development of the NYU GAL Project.
International Law and Films Blog, a discussion on the representation in popular culture of important issues in International Law.