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.
Autonomy Without Accountability: The Case of the International Seabed Authority and Enterprise
The Codex Alimentarius Commission: Increasing Accountability Through Transparency
ICANN and Global Administrative Law
The Global Aspirations of the Aarhus Convention and the Case of the World Bank
Accountability in Development Aid Law: The World Bank, UNDP and Emerging Structures of Transnational Oversight
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW): Is a Culture of Legality Possible?
Holding Governments Accountable through Information: Multilevel Education Assessments by Private and Public Institutions
Holding Professionals Accountable: The Challenge of Privatized International Standard Setting in Accounting and Architecture Service Sectors
Public Administration and International Law: Should or Shall? The Review of Compliance in the Aarhus Convention
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
The Evolution of Administrative Law-Type Principles, Mechanisms and Practices in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Initiating of European and International Standards into National Regulatory Instruments: Can Global Administrative Law Penetrate Equally into National Legislation?