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Jürgen Schwarze: European Administrative Law

Jürgen Schwarze: European Administrative Law ADMINISTRATIVE LAW EUROPEAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. By Jiirgen Schwarze. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of th e European Communities, Sweet and Maxwell, 1992. Pp. CV, 1547. Reviewed by Stefan A. Riesenfeld* This massive treatise is the English translation of the author's Europaisches Verwaltungsrecht which was published in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1988. As Professor Schwarze tells u s in his Preface: "The work is devoted to the evolution of a new legal system: the origins and a development of a corpus of Europea n administrative law on the basis of comparative law in the context of th e European Community." This self-assigned formidable task shows the author's ambition to place himself within th e rank s of th e pioneers of adminis­ 1 2 3 trative law such as De Cormenin and E. Laferriere in France , Otto 4 5 6 Mayer in Germany, or G. D. Romagnosi and V. E. Orlando in It­ aly, who clarified and systematized the principles and structures of their national laws or with K. Neumeyer and A. Rapisardi-Mira- belli who organized the body of administrative law rules applying to * Board of Editors. 1. M. DeCormenin, Questions de droit administratif (2 Vols. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Comparative Law Oxford University Press

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Publisher
Oxford University Press
Copyright
© 1994 by The American Society of Comparative Law, Inc.
ISSN
0002-919X
eISSN
2326-9197
DOI
10.2307/840754
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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW EUROPEAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. By Jiirgen Schwarze. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of th e European Communities, Sweet and Maxwell, 1992. Pp. CV, 1547. Reviewed by Stefan A. Riesenfeld* This massive treatise is the English translation of the author's Europaisches Verwaltungsrecht which was published in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1988. As Professor Schwarze tells u s in his Preface: "The work is devoted to the evolution of a new legal system: the origins and a development of a corpus of Europea n administrative law on the basis of comparative law in the context of th e European Community." This self-assigned formidable task shows the author's ambition to place himself within th e rank s of th e pioneers of adminis­ 1 2 3 trative law such as De Cormenin and E. Laferriere in France , Otto 4 5 6 Mayer in Germany, or G. D. Romagnosi and V. E. Orlando in It­ aly, who clarified and systematized the principles and structures of their national laws or with K. Neumeyer and A. Rapisardi-Mira- belli who organized the body of administrative law rules applying to * Board of Editors. 1. M. DeCormenin, Questions de droit administratif (2 Vols.

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American Journal of Comparative LawOxford University Press

Published: Apr 1, 1994

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