Evolving pathways of administrative decisions
Monitoring the evolution of cognitive and decision-making activities of public administration is a privileged observatory to investigate changes in the exercise of public functions. Both the acquisition of knowledge and decision making as means to solve administrative problems are exposed to sudden structural changes. If, on the one hand, these modifications render individual legal provisions obsolete, on the other hand they also increase awareness about the need to asses these developments by reference to general principles of administrative law. The aim of the present study is to evaluate these aspects in relation with the classical legal issues and institutes of administrative law.
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