Quality Of Decision Making In Public Law On The Combined Research Experience Of A Group Of Dutch Scholars In Public Law And Public Administration.
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Administrative decisions of government agencies are a fact of present day life and the general public is confronted with them all the time. Therefore legal quality of administrative decisions matters to people. It is in the interest of the individual person and the general public if agencies produce legally proper decisions right away. Correctional court procedures are cumbersome and costly, both to the individual objector and to the tax payer tax payer n → contribuyente m/f
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tax payer n → contribuente . Moreover, public agencies with a reputation of doing it the first time right will generate public trust in government and reinforce the legitimacy of public decision making. Doing it the first time right, that is the main theme of this collection of essays.
The collection draws on the combined research experience of a group of Dutch scholars in public law and public administration. Thus the topic is examined from a variety of angles and perspectives. Some of the papers deal with basic questions such as: what could be the meaning of the concept of legal quality? And how can it be applied when assessing administrative decision making? Other essays are about conditions for enhancing legal quality, both in public law and in public organizations. Also included are some topical studies that present specific issues in legal quality of administrative decision making.
About the Authors:
Kars de Graaf (1976) holds a law degree from the University of Groningen Degree programmes
Bachelor's degree programmes
The Bachelor phase lasts three years and after successful completion of a Bachelor's programme result in a BSc or BA degree. There are a total number of 61 Bachelor degree programmes. . He gained his doctorate in law in 2004 on a thesis dealing with the legal status of mediation in administrative law administrative law, law governing the powers and processes of administrative agencies. The term is sometimes used also of law (i.e., rules, regulations) developed by agencies in the course of their operation. . At present he is an assistant professor with the department of administrative law and public administration of the University of Groningen. His main research interests are in the areas of administrative procedural law procedural law
Law that prescribes the procedures and methods for enforcing rights and duties and for obtaining redress (e.g., in a suit). It is distinguished from substantive law (i.e., law that creates, defines, or regulates rights and duties). and in environmental law
Bert Marseille (1961) acquired a master's degree master's degree
An academic degree conferred by a college or university upon those who complete at least one year of prescribed study beyond the bachelor's degree.
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Latin Legum Magister (Master of Laws)
LLM Master of Laws [Latin Legum Magister]
Noun 1. degree in 2000. In 1999 he the staff of the department of administrative law and public administration of the University of Groningen. His present position is associate professor (senior lecturer). His main scholarly interests are in the field of litigation An action brought in court to enforce a particular right. The act or process of bringing a lawsuit in and of itself; a judicial contest; any dispute.
When a person begins a civil lawsuit, the person enters into a process called litigation. . legal protection and court procedure.
Ko de Ridder (1949) has a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in public administration, both from the Free University in Amsterdam and a doctorate degree in law from the University of Groningen. He has been on the staff of he department of administrative law and public administration of the University of Groningen since 1982. His present position is VIDE vi·de
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[Latin vid, sing. professor of governance. His main research interests are in the area of public organization, public management and governance structure. He taught courses at the University of Western Ontario Western is one of Canada's leading universities, ranked #1 in the Globe and Mail University Report Card 2005 for overall quality of education. It ranked #3 among medical-doctoral level universities according to Maclean's Magazine 2005 University Rankings. and at Central Michigan University Central Michigan University, at Mount Pleasant, Mich.; coeducational; est. 1892 as a normal school, became Central State Teachers College in 1927, achieved university status in 1959. The university maintains a forest that is used for botanical and biological research. .
Jan H. Jans (1956) as from 2006 is professor of administrative law at the University of Groningen. Previously he held a chair in European Law at the University of Amsterdam. He published widely in the areas of European law, European administrative law, European environmental law and Dutch public law. He is a member of the editing board of a number of journals, including Journal of Environmental Law, Legal Issues of Economic Integration , Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law (JEEPL) en The Columbia Journal of European Law. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the IUCN IUCN
International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. Academy of Environm ental Law and of the Avosetta Group of European Environmental Lawyers.
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