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|Other Titles: ||The Procurement of Books of Administrative Law|
PPP, BOT, re-inventing government, regulatory reform, administrative regulation, the form of organic law, government corporation, independent agency, state-owned business, efficiency and effectiveness, privatization, social self-regulation, state-gua
|Issue Date: ||2012-11-26 09:35:31 (UTC+8)|
This project of the procurement of books is regarding one of the subjects of administrative law—administrative regulation. We plan to collect the relevant literature from UK, US, Germany, France, and Japan. Due to the subject』s high potential of development, this project is a triennial one. In the first two years, we』ll procure books and materials in accordance with the booklist attached in the project proposal. In the third year, we』ll purchase the newly published books. We』ll also hold a 「Conference on the Achievement of Procurement of the Books regarding Administrative Regulation」 to show our performance and accordingly to exchange the relevant information. Under the subject of 「administrative regulation」, this project specifically put emphasis upon the fields of 「organizational regulation」, 「economic regulation」, and 「cooperative regulation」. They include the critical administrative law issues such as re-inventing government organization, the adjustment of agency structure, coporatization of government agencies, the creation and surveillance of independent agencies, privatization of the state-owned businesses, privatization of government benefit and welfare, re-regulation after de-regulation, the constitutional commitment to regulatory goal, the responsibility for the state to pursue public interest, the legal relations of public-private partnership, administrative cooperation, etc. In light of the special administrative law fields, the project focuses on procuring the literature with respect to the law of telecommunications, postal services, BOT and other ways to promote investment to public constructions, mass media, environmental regulations, law enforcement, education, etc. The anticipated effect of the project is that administrative regulation could become one of the main points of studies for the National Chengchi University College of Law; also, the College and its law library can therefore turn into the key center of study on administrative regulation in Taiwan.
|Data Type: ||report|
|Appears in Collections:||[法律學系] 國科會研究計畫|
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