Principles of Administrative Procedure in EC Law
This book is an analysis of the recent developments of administrative procedures in EC law. In this path-breaking study, the author covers what might be termed the constitutionalizing norms now emerging. These include a range of process rights and procedural standards, such as the right to access to information, the right to be heard, the principle of care and duty to state reasons. These new standards are increasing applied to areas as diverse as competition, State aids, customs matters, anti-dumping and the European Social Fund. Different strands of case-law of the EC courts are thus connected together to document the overall evolution of procedural rules peculiar to the EC administrative system as a whole. In this first concise, principled approach to the subject, the discussion cuts across many different branches of EU law and will be of interest to a broad range of practitioners and academics.
Publication Date: 12/19/1998