Publications

Global Administrative Law (GAL) is the subject of numerous books, articles, and chapters, many of which have been preceded by Working Papers.

Benedict Kingsbury and Richard Stewart, together with Andy Hurell, are editors of the Law and Global Governance Series for Oxford University Press.

The GAL project has also resulted in a number of symposium issues: Law and Contemporary Problems (2005), NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics (2005), the European Journal of International Law (2006), Res Publica Argentina (2007), the International Organizations Law Review (2009), and the International Journal of Constitutional Law (2015).

 

Books

 

Articles

68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005)

U.S. Administrative Law: A Model for Global Administrative Law

Richard B. Stewart

17 European Journal of International Law (2006)

Introduction: Global Governance and Global Administrative Law in the International Legal Order

Nico KrischBenedict Kingsbury

68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005)

The Emergence of Global Administrative Law

Benedict KingsburyNico KrischRichard B. Stewart

20 European Journal of International Law (2009)

The Concept of “Law” in Global Administrative Law

Benedict Kingsbury

40 NYU Journal of International Law and Politics (2007)

Preface: Studying the Armed Activities Decision

Benedict KingsburyJoseph H. H. Weiler

37 NYU Journal of International Law and Politics (2005)

The Operation of UNHCR’s Accountability Mechanisms

Mark Pallis

6 International Organizations Law Review (2009)

Global Administrative Law Dimensions of International Organizations Law

Benedict KingsburyLorenzo Casini

68 Law and Contemporary Problems (2005)

Foreword: Global Governance as Administration – National and Transnational Approaches to Global Administrative Law

Benedict KingsburyNico KrischRichard B. StewartJonathan B. Wiener

37 NYU Journal of International Law and Politics (2005)

The Global Regulatory Challenge to U.S. Administrative Law

Richard B. Stewart

Revista de Derecho Publico 24 (2010)

El Surgimiento del Derecho Administrativo Global

Benedict KingsburyNico KrischRichard B. Stewart

 

Chapters

Chapter in The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law (Hoffman & Orford eds. 2016)

Global Administrative Law and Deliberative Democracy

Benedict KingsburyMegan DonaldsonRodrigo Vallejo

Chapter in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Wolfrum ed. 2012)

Global Administrative Law

Benedict KingsburyMegan Donaldson

Chapter in The Development and Effectiveness of International Administrative Law (Elias ed. 2012)

Administrative Tribunals of International Organizations from the Perspective of the Emerging Global Administrative Law

Benedict KingsburyRichard B. Stewart

Chapter in Seeing the World Whole: Essays in Honor of Kenneth Keith (Geiringer & Knight, eds. 2008)

Global Administrative Law: Implications for National Courts

Benedict Kingsbury

 

Working Papers

IILJ Working Paper 2005/17 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Decentralized Administrative Law in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

James Salzman

IILJ Working Paper 2005/16 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Cooption and Resistance: Two Faces of Global Administrative Law

B.S. Chimni

IILJ Working Paper 2005/12 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The Operation of UNHCR’s Accountability Mechanisms

Mark Pallis

IILJ Working Paper 2005/11 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Regulatory Features and Administrative Law Dimensions of the Olympic Movement’s Anti-Doping Regime

Alec Van Vaerenbergh

IILJ Working Paper 2005/11 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Reform of IMF Conditionality – A Proposal for Self-Imposed Conditionality

Ofer Eldar

ILLJ Working Paper 2005/5 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Interpreting the Hague Abduction Convention: In Search of a Global Jurisprudence

Linda Silberman

IILJ Working Paper 2007/12 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Constructing and Contesting Legitimacy and Accountability in Polycentric Regulatory Regimes

Julia Black

IILJ Working Paper 2005/2 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Divergent Legal Conceptions of the State: Implications for Global Administrative Law

Janet McLean

IILJ Working Paper 2009/1 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The Concept of “Law” in Global Administrative Law

Benedict Kingsbury

IILJ Working Paper 2009/2 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The Exercise of International Public Authority through National Policy Assessment

Armin von BogdandyMatthias Goldmann

IILJ Working Paper 2005/4 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Global Private Governance: Lessons from a National Model of Setting Standards in Accounting

Walter MattliTim Büthe

IILJ Working Paper 2009/7 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The World Trade Organization and Global Administrative Law

Richard B. StewartMichelle Ratton Sanchez Badin

IILJ Working Paper 2009/9 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Global Administrative Law Dimensions of International Organizations Law

Benedict KingsburyLorenzo Casini

IILJ Working Paper 2005/1 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The Rule of (Administrative) Law in International Law

David Dyzenhaus

IILJ Working Paper 2005/3 (Global Administrative Law Series)

International Organizations and Private Subjects: A Move Toward A Global Administrative Law?

Stefano Battini

IILJ Working Paper 2008/7 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Accountability and the Concept of (Global) Administrative Law

David Dyzenhaus

IILJ Working Paper 2007/11 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The Immunity of International Organizations and the Jurisdiction of Their Administrative Tribunals

August Reinisch

IILJ Working Paper 2004/5 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Democratic Politics: Will the Globe Echo the E.U.?

Martin Shapiro

IILJ Working Paper 2003/2 (History and Theory of International Law Series)

Taking Embedded Liberalism Global: The Corporate Connection

John Gerard Ruggie

IILJ Working Paper 2004/6 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Informal Procedure, Hard and Soft, in International Administration

David Zaring

IILJ Working Paper 2009/6 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Investor-State Arbitration as Governance: Fair and Equitable Treatment, Proportionality and the Emerging Global Administrative Law

Benedict KingsburyStephan W. Schill

IILJ Working Paper 2007/4 (Global Administrative Law Series)

“Democracy-Enhancing Multilateralism”

Robert O. KeohaneStephen MacedoAndrew Moravcsik

IILJ Working Paper 2007/10 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Vote-Trading International Institutions

Ofer Eldar

IILJ Working Paper 2007/5 (Global Administrative Law Series)

Accountability in a Global Context

John Ferejohn

IILJ Working Paper 2007/6 (Global Administrative Law Series)

The Empire’s New Clothes: Political Economy and the Fragmentation of International Law

Eyal BenvenistiGeorge W. Downs

IILJ Working Paper 2007/9 (Global Administrative Law Series)

WMD Terrorism and Security Council Resolution 1540: Conditions for Legitimacy in International Legislation

Masahiko Asada