1 Global administrative law can be understood as comprising the legal rules, principles, and institutional norms applicable to processes of ‘administration’ undertaken in ways that implicate more than purely intra-State structures of legal and political authority. The term ‘global administrative law’ came into use during the first decade of the 21st century. It encompasses most of the subject-matter addressed by jurists in the 19th and 20th centuries under the rubric of ‘international administrative law’ and, like this early work, it proceeds from a view of what...
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