Kooperative und konsensuale Strukturen in der Normsetzung 978-3-16-158036-9 - Mohr Siebeck
Law

Florian Becker

Kooperative und konsensuale Strukturen in der Normsetzung

[Cooperative and Consensual Structures in Standard-Setting.]

unrevised e-book edition 2019; Original edition 2005 2005. XIX, 828 pages.
forthcoming in September

Jus Publicum 129

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The cooperative state attempts to manage its expanding tasks by integrating private parties into state functions. In this context, private parties also participate in legislative functions. Florian Becker systematizes these phenomena and examines their constitutional framework.
The cooperative state attempts to manage its expanding tasks by integrating private parties into state functions. In this context, private parties also participate in legislative functions. They do so, for example, by taking part in parliamentary hearings as experts and interest groups, but also by concluding legislative contracts with the state. Thus the state does in fact put entire areas which are in need of regulation either partially or completely into the hands of private parties or organizations and in varying degrees reserves the right to take responsibility for the part which remains. In this work, the author systematizes these phenomena and examines their constitutional framework.
Authors/Editors

Florian Becker Geboren 1971; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Bonn; 1997 Promotion; 1997 Master of Laws, Universität Cambridge; 2004 Habilitation, z.Zt. Professor an der Aberdeen University Law School.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Zeitschr.f.Parlamentsfragen — 2007, 419–421 (Daniel Hildebrand)
In: Zeitschr.f.Gesetzgebung — 2006, 335–336 (Heinrich A. Wolff)
In: Die Öffentliche Verwaltung — 2005, 794–795 (Ulrich Karpen)
In: Der Staat — 2007, 465–468 (Peter Axer)
In: Die Verwaltung — 2009, 294–296 (Lothar Michael)
In: Zeitschr. f. Evang. Kirchenrecht — 2009, 109–112 (Hermann Weber)