This seminar course explores the contours of the rapidly evolving field of global administrative law. Considering governance in an increasingly interdependent world, it explores both normative and compliance functions of international institutions. Looking beyond traditional notions of sovereign authority, the class will explore case studies of UN agencies, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, and the regulation of private actors, with an emphasis on environment, human rights, and public finance.
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|556S (CRN: 26433) Credits: 3|
Spring, 2014 (Day).
11 openings. (Limit 20).