European Administrative and Regulatory Reform: Introduction to the Special Issue, 4 Colum. J. Eur. L. 493 (1998)
Regulatory policymaking in the European Union and in its Member States is a fruitful subject for comparative law. American lawyers can gain perspective from studying European administrative law, and comparative administrative law is of increasing practical importance to firms that sell and manufacture in Europe. Europe is a rich subject for comparative analysis because the English legal tradition is quite different from that of the continent, and even within the civil law countries, French public law differs in important ways from the German model. When American law and practice are added to the mix, the result is an instructive canvass of present day options.
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Rose-Ackerman, Susan, "European Administrative and Regulatory Reform: Introduction to the Special Issue" (1998). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 602.