Sabino Cassese presents an incisive introduction to the essential principles of global administrative law, exploring the central theories of globalization through an analysis of the main developments in this area.
The Advanced Introduction concludes that despite the ongoing dialectic between national governments and international institutions, globalization and states are progressing in parallel, while civil societies are increasingly involved in the machinery of globalization.
Key features include:
· Exploration of the key characteristics of the global legal space
· Discussion of the tensions between the state and global actors
· Analysis of the dialogue between civil societies and world regulators
· An examination of administrative forms of protection and their implementation.
This Advanced Introduction will be a valuable guide for scholars and advanced students of global and transnational law. Examining both specific cases and relevant institutions and procedures, it will also be beneficial for legal practitioners.