The Constitutional Treaty, the "Administrative cooperation" and the "European Administrative School": how far is the "European administrative space" from the "European administrative model"?

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Abstract

The paper is devoted to the drafting of art. 285 of Part III, Title III, Chapter V of the Constitutional Treaty drafted by the European Convention and approved by the Intergovernmental Conference. The contents are analysed in the general framework of the debate about the future of the cooperation between the public administrations of the Member States of the European Union between themselves and with the administartion of the Common European Institutions. Specific attention is devoted to the issues related to EAS and EIPA
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMut zur Veraenderung
EditorsWalter Maier, Helmut Hopp, Eberhard Ziegler
Pages298-305
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Keywords

  • Administrative cooperation
  • Administrative model
  • Administrative space
  • Constitutional Treaty
  • Cooperazione amministrativa
  • European Administrative School
  • European Institute of Public Administration
  • European Union
  • Istituto Europea di Pubblica Amministrazione
  • Modello amministrativo
  • Scuola Amministrativa Europea
  • Spazio amministrativo
  • Trattato costituzionale
  • Unione Europea

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