Administrative Law for a New Century

appearing in The Province of Administrative Law 90 (Hart Publishing Oxford, Michael Taggart, ed. 1997)

Indiana Legal Studies Research Paper No. 400

30 Pages Posted: 17 Oct 2018

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Alfred C. Aman

Indiana University-Bloomington, Maurer School of Law

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Date Written: 1997

Abstract

This article analyzes changes in administrative law through the lens of globalization. In so doing, it addresses a basic question: what role can the state effectively play as a regulator, given the collapses of the distinction between domestic and global, as well as between public and private? This article argues that the impact of globalization processes on United States administrative law is transforming it in new ways. The effect of this transformation shifts the role of administrative law from legitimating new extensions of public power to legitimating new mixes of public and private power, new uses of private power and increased reliance on markets to further public interest goals.

Keywords: Globalization, Administrative Law, deregulation, cost benefit analysis, markets, domestic law, corporatising government

Suggested Citation

Aman, Alfred C., Administrative Law for a New Century (1997). appearing in The Province of Administrative Law 90 (Hart Publishing Oxford, Michael Taggart, ed. 1997); Indiana Legal Studies Research Paper No. 400. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3260857

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