Basic GAL Resources
For a current account of GAL consult the Research Handbook on Global Administrative Law, edited by Sabino Cassese, who has also edited (with others) the GAL Casebook (now in its 3rd edition).
A GAL bibliograhy has been published in Law & Contemporary Problems (Vol. 68, No. 3-4, March 2005). An updated version by Maurizia De Bellis was published in June 2006.
These readings (largely Anglo-US and in the common law tradition – there is much else in other styles and languages) are listed here as a start on theoretical understanding of the questions of law and global governance and the approach that GAL takes to them.
- Mathew D. McCubbins, Roger G. Noll & Barry R. Weingast, Administrative Procedures as Instruments of Political Control, 3 J. Law Econ. & Org. 243 (1987)
- John Ferejohn, Judicializing Politics, Politicizing Law, 65 Law & Contemp. 41 (2002)
- Benedict Kingsbury, Nico Krisch, & Richard B. Stewart, The Emergence of Global Administrative Law, 68 Law & Contemp. Prob. 15 (2005)
- BS Chimni, Co-option and Resistance: Two Faces of Global Administrative Law, 37 JILP 799 (2005)
- Eyal Benvenisti & George W. Downs, The Empire’s New Clothes: Political Economy and the Fragmentation of International Law, 60 Stan. L. Rev. 595 (2007)
- Susan Rose-Ackerman and Peter Lindseth (eds), Comparative Administrative Law (2nd edition, Elgar 2019)
- Richard B. Stewart, Remedying Disregard in Global Regulatory Governance: Accountability, Participation, and Responsiveness, 108 AJIL 211 (2014)
- Eyal Benvenisti, The Law of Global Governance (2014) (or GlobalTrust Working Paper Series nos. 2014-03 – 2014-07)
- Neil Walker, Intimations of Global Law (Cambridge University Press 2014)
- Paul Craig, UK, EU and Global Administrative Law: Foundations and Challenges (Cambridge University Press 2015)
- Benedict Kingsbury, Frontiers of Global Administrative Law in the 2020s, in Jason Varuhas and Shona Wilson Stark (eds), The Frontiers of Public Law (2020)