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Risk Regulation and Administrative Constitutionalism

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Informationen zum Autor Elizabeth Fisher is a Reader in Environmental Law at the University of Oxford and Tutor in Law at Corpus C... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Elizabeth Fisher is a Reader in Environmental Law at the University of Oxford and Tutor in Law at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Zusammenfassung This book is a study of the interrelationship between risk regulation, public law, and theories of legitimate administrative governance.

Her discussion reveals a considerable depth and breadth of thinking and understanding on the issues

Auteur
Elizabeth Fisher is a Reader in Environmental Law at the University of Oxford and Tutor in Law at Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

Texte du rabat

The regulatory evaluation of environmental and public health risks has been one of the most legally controversial areas of contemporary government activity. This book shows that legal disputes over risk evaluation are disputes over administrative constitutionalism.



Résumé
This book is a study of the interrelationship between risk regulation, public law, and theories of legitimate administrative governance.

Contenu
Introduction 1: Risk Evaluation Through the Lens of Administrative Constitutionalism I THE SCIENCE/DEMOCRACY DICHOTOMY IN REGULATING TECHNOLOGICAL RISK A Technological Risks B The Science/Democracy Dichotomy C The Role of Law D Problems with the Science/Democracy Dichotomy II TECHNOLOGICAL RISK, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM A The Necessary Role of Public Administration B The Contentious Role of Public Administration, Law and Administrative Constitutionalism III TWO PARADIGMS OF ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM IN THE RISK REGULATION CONTEXT A The Rational-Instrumental Paradigm B The Deliberative Constitutive Paradigm C The Paradigms Compared IV ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM AS A FORM OF LEGAL CULTURE V AN EXAMPLE: THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM A The Precautionary Principle B The Precautionary Principle and the DC and RI Paradigms C The Precautionary Principle and the Burden of Proof VI CONCLUSION Part One: Administrative Constitutionalism in National Legal Cultures Introduction to Administrative Constitutionalism in National Legal Cultures I NATURE OF ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM II THE ROLE OF LAW III THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEGAL CONCEPTS AND THE REGULATORY REGIMES FOR TECHNOLOGICAL RISK REGULATION IV CONCLUSION 2: BSE, Expertise and Administrative Constitutionalism: Examining the Role of the Southwood Working Party I THINKING OF BSE IN TERMS OF ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM II TECHNOLOGICAL RISK REGULATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM IN THE UK: A BRIEF HISTORY III THE ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM CONTEXT OF THE BSE CRISIS IV THE SOUTHWOODWORKING PARTY V AFTER SOUTHWOOD VI CONCLUSIONS 3: Hard Looks and Substantial Evidence: Scope of Review of US Risk Regulation Rulemaking in the 1970s I SCOPE OF REVIEW AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE II ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM AND RISK REGULATION REGIMES IN THE EARLY 1970S III HARD LOOK REVIEW IV SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE AND THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT V SCOPE OF REVIEW UNDER THE RI PARADIGM VI REFLECTIONS VII CONCLUSION 4: The Precautionary Principle and Merits Review in Australia I AUSTRALIAN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND THE DC PARADIGM OF ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM II THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IN AUSTRALIAN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW III GENERALIST TRIBUNALS, ENVIRONMENTAL COURTS, AND MERITS REVIEW IV DC INTERPRETATIONS OF THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE V RI INTERPRETATIONS OF THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE VI THE SEARCH FOR A UNIFORM INTERPRETATION VII CONCLUSIONS Part Two: Administrative Constitutionalism and Risk Regulation Beyond the State Introduction to Administrative Constitutionalism and Risk Regulation Beyond the State I THE WTO AND EU: AN OVERVIEW II THE ROLE OF LAW III GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM IV CONCLUSION 5: Risk Assessment, The World Trade Organisation Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement and Administrative Constitutionalism I THE WTO SPS AGREEMENT II THE SPS AGREEMENT THROUGH THE LENS OF ADMINISTRATIVE CONSTITUTIONALISM III EC-HORMONES AND THE DEFINITION OF RISK ASSESSMENT IV DEFINING RISK ASSESSMENT IN DISPUTES SINCE EC-HORMONES: THE INADVERTENT PURSUIT OF THE RI PARADIGM V THE PROBLEM WITH THE WTO SPS JURISPRUDENCE ON ARTICLE 5.1 VI FUTURE LINES OF INQUIRY VII CONCLUSION 6. The Precautionary Principle and Administrative Constitutionalism in the European Union: Asking Some Difficult Questions I CONTEXTUALISING THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION II OVERLAPS, INTERRELATIONSHIPS AND ADMINISTRATIVE INTEGRATION III THE CASE LAW BEFORE THE COMMISSION'S COMMUNICATION IV THE COMMISSION'S COMMUNICATION ON THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE V CASE LAW AFTER THE COMMISSION'S COMMUNICATION VI REFLECTIONS VII CONCLUSION Conclusions Chapter Seven: Beyond the Science/Democracy Dichotomy I A SUMMARY OF ANALYSIS II SOME PRELIMINARY FINDINGS III NEXT STEPS IV CONCLUSION Bibliography Index

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Risk Regulation and Administrative Constitutionalism
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781849460880
ISBN: 978-1-84946-088-0
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Hart Pub
Genre: Droit public
nombre de pages: 256
Poids: 454g
Taille: H234mm x B156mm x T17mm
Année: 2010