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Les sources du droit administratif global

Abstract : The Global Administrative Law appeared in the United States in the mid-2000s. This research project aimed to observing and promoting the development of administrative standards beyond the state: transparency of international decision-making processes, information and environmental protection, consultations on Internet management, etc. GAL’s doctrine is based on the premise that classical international law il outdated for the analysis of these phenomena. In particular, authors rejects the notion of the source of the law for studying the GAL. On the basis of a redefinition of the scope of the GAL, this study verified the thesis that these new norms, procedures and standards were formed by identifiable sources. Finally, the research proposed a theory of the sources of Global Administrative Law. By enriching the presentation of its formal modes of creation with a systemic reflection on their functions and effects, it’s ultimately possible to define the GAL by its sources. Indeed, the GAL is the branch of law intended to legitimize, through the borrowing of administrative procedures, and in consideration of a principle of appearances, the global decision-making process.
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Raphaël Maurel. Les sources du droit administratif global. Droit. Université Clermont Auvergne [2017-2020], 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019CLFAD019⟩. ⟨tel-03712008⟩



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