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C. Harlow, P. Leino, G. Della Cananea (Eds) Research Handbook On Eu Administrative Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, Northampton, 2017 (607 Pp.)
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Once upon a time there were explorers of continents. Then came the age of the discovery of islands and atolls. Today, in the era of Google Earth, every corner of the planet is known to almost all, and unexplored territories no longer exist. Something similar can be said of today’s EU administrative law. All administrative functions and powers can now be examined extensively and in detail, and of course there are a number of handbooks to help us do so. Particularly worthy of note are those by J. Schwarze (European Administrative Law, Luxembourg, 1992); P. Craig (European Administrative Law, 2012); or H. Hofmann - G. Rowe - A. Turk (Administrative Law and Policy of the European Union, 2011); J.B. Auby - J. Dutheil de la Rochère (Traité de droit administratif européen, 2014). Italian studies of administrative law include M.P. Chiti (Diritto Amministrativo Europeo, 2013) and G. della Cananea - C. Franchini (I principi dell’amministrazione europea, 2013). In addition to academic monographs, there are also a number of studies devoted to particular aspects of this branch of law, such as C. Harlow - R. Rawlings (EU process and procedure, 2014), providing critical analyses of the administrative procedures of the European Union.

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