Contributions on Comparative Public Law and International Law
Veröffentlichungen des Max-Planck-Instituts für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht
Eibe Riedel, Rüdiger Wolfrum (eds.)
Recent Trends in German and European Constitutional Law
German Reports Presented to the XVIIth International Congress on Comparative Law, Utrecht, 16 to 22 July 2006
Contents: A. v. Bogdandy: Constitutional Principles for Europe. – R. Lorz: The Emergence of European Constitutional Law. – J. Bast: The Legal Position of Migrants - German Report. – M. Böckenförde: Constitutional Referendum in Germany - Country Report. – T. Fetzer: E-Government - Country Report on Germany. – K. Fischer: Quangos - An Unknown Species in German Public Law? German Report on the Rule-making Power of Independent Administrative Agencies. – D. Hanschel: Progress and the Precautionary Principle in Administrative Law - Country Report on Germany. – S. Graf von Kielmansegg: Legal Means for Eliminating Corruption in the Public Service. – T. Marauhn: Characteristics of International Administration in Crisis Areas - A German Perspective. – A. Seibert-Fohr: Constitutional Guarantees of Judicial Independence in Germany.
This volume contains the German National Reports on Public Law presented at the XVIIth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, Utrecht 2006.
The authors are senior and junior research fellows at German universities and research centres. Their articles provide an overview over recent developments and new issues in both European Constitutional and German Public Law from a German perspective and offer an in-depth analysis of the legal issues discussed.
The book offers scholars as well as practitioners a sound basis for studies on a wide range of current and interesting issues in the field of comparative law.
2006. VII, 289 p.