Viterbo II (2006)

The second seminar on Global Administrative Law was held on June 9-10, 2006, in Viterbo, at the Political Science Faculty of La Tuscia University.

It was dedicated to discuss case studies regarding the problem of accountability within the global context.


Papers presented:

Dionysia-Theodora Avgerinopoulou

Autonomy Without Accountability: The Case of the International Seabed Authority and Enterprise

Dario Bevilacqua

The Codex Alimentarius Commission: Increasing Accountability Through Transparency

Bruno Carotti

ICANN and Global Administrative Law

Benjamin Dalle

The Global Aspirations of the Aarhus Convention and the Case of the World Bank

Phillip Dann

Accountability in Development Aid Law: The World Bank, UNDP and Emerging Structures of Transnational Oversight

Treasa Dunworth

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW): Is a Culture of Legality Possible?

Matthias Goldmann

Holding Governments Accountable through Information: Multilevel Education Assessments by Private and Public Institutions

David Livshiz

Holding Professionals Accountable: The Challenge of Privatized International Standard Setting in Accounting and Architecture Service Sectors

Marco Macchia

Public Administration and International Law: Should or Shall? The Review of Compliance in the Aarhus Convention

Joanna Mendes

Accountability in Rule-Making in the Area of Financial Services: The EU in the Context of Global Regulation

Didier Pacquée & Steven Dewulf

On Governance, Accountability and Human Rights: The United Nations Interim Administration in Kosovo

Eran Shamir-Borer

The Evolution of Administrative Law-Type Principles, Mechanisms and Practices in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

Ventsislav Velikof

Initiating of European and International Standards into National Regulatory Instruments: Can Global Administrative Law Penetrate Equally into National Legislation?