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With the proliferation of administrative tribunals, there is an increasing need for a common system of rules for the governance of international civil services.
In this book, the various contributors deal with specific issues in the area of international administrative law, such as the judicial review of administrative action and managerial discretion; the powers exercised by international administrative tribunals, including in disciplinary cases; and the proper functioning and operating procedures of such tribunals. These issues are considered from the points of view of members of administrative tribunals, of respondent institutions, and of counsel for applicants.
Problems of International Administrative Law is of interest to practitioners as well as to academics interested in international institutional law, and more specifically international administrative justice.