Administrative Justice in Context

Administrative Justice in Context

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This book comprises a definitive collection of papers on administrative justice, written by a set of very distinguished contributors. It is divided into five parts, each of which contains articles on a particular aspect of administrative justice. The first part deals with the impact of 'contextual changes' on administrative justice and considers the implications of changes in governance and public administration, management and service delivery, information technology, audit and accounting, and human rights for administrative justice. The second part deals with conceptual issues and describes a number of competing approaches to the administrative justice. The third part deals with the application of administrative justice principles to private law disputes while the fourth part deals with the distinctive characteristics of administrative justice in three other jurisdictions. The final part deals with current developments in administrative justice and the book concludes with a discussion of legislative and policy developments in the UK. The general approach of the book is socio-legal and interdisciplinary. The chapters adopt a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including those derived from political science, public policy, social policy, accounting and information technology as well as from law. Although most of the contributors are academics, some are practitioners. For these reasons, the book should be of interest to lawyers, particularly those with interests in administrative law, and to social scientists, particularly those with interests in public administration, public policy and public management.Most projects do, however, eventually result in the creation or development of information systems, and there is no doubt that the context in which government attempts to a#39;get decisions right first time and where errors do occur, correct them as soon ... But this and other work have clearly shown both the scale and importance of these databases, and what has become ... and evidence to support claims for Income Support, Jobseekers Allowance, Incapacity Benefit and other JCP benefits.

Title:Administrative Justice in Context
Author:Michael Adler
Publisher:Bloomsbury Publishing - 2010-04-30


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