Global Administrative Law: A Bibliography

Welcome to the GAL bibliography!  These pages represent an ongoing effort to present an up-to-date and exhaustive account of the works relating to any and all aspects of the emerging field global administrative law.  Prior versions of the GAL bibliography, in pdf format, can be found here.

The basic structure of the bibliography is presented on this page, and is accessible at a click from the sidemenu on all of the bibliographical pages.  We have also included a facility for the annotation of entries, in order that the particular GAL-significance and other relevant information about the works here listed can be highlighted.  These annotations are, like the rest of the bibliography, fully searchable.  This is something that we will progressively complete over the coming months and years.

The structure of the bibliography is as follows:

I. The Field of Global Administrative Law
  A. General Works
  B. Global Administrative Law and International Law
  C. Early/Historical Works

II. Global Norms for National Bodies
  A. General
  B. Trade, Competition and Intellectual Property
  C. Foreign Investment
  D. Development
  E. Environmental Regulation
  F. Others

III. Global Administrative Bodies
  A. International Organizations - General
     a. UN Security Council
     b. UN Agencies
     c. World Trade Organization
     d. World Bank
     e. International Monetary Fund
     f. Others

  B. Transnational Regulatory Networks
  C. Hybrid Public-Private Bodies
  D. Private Bodies with a Public Governance Function

IV. Issue-Specific Works
  A. Accountability and Review
  B. Transparency
  C. Participation
  D. Due Process
  E. Fragmention, Defragmentation and Pluralism
  F. Compliance and Effectiveness
  G. Indicators as a Governance Tool

V. GAL Issues in Specific Regions 
  A. Europe
  B. North America
  C. Latin American and the Americas
  D. Africa, the Gulf and the Middle East
  E. South Asia
  F. South-East Asia and the Pacific
  G. East Asia

VI. Theoretical Works
  A. Legal Theory
  B. Political Theory
  C. Democratic Theory
  D. Postnational Constitutionalism
  E. Legitimacy
  F. International Relations Theory
  G. Political Economy

VII. Other Related Works