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The Resource Administrative law anthology, edited with comments by Thomas O. Sargentich

Administrative law anthology, edited with comments by Thomas O. Sargentich

Label
Administrative law anthology
Title
Administrative law anthology
Statement of responsibility
edited with comments by Thomas O. Sargentich
Contributor
Author
Commentator
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
KF5402.A5
LC item number
A27 1994
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Administrative law
  • Administrative law
  • United States
Label
Administrative law anthology, edited with comments by Thomas O. Sargentich
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Contributor
Donor
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Beyond delegation doctrine
  • Richard B. Stewart
  • The
  • Delegation debate and competing ideals of the administrative process
  • Thomas O. Sargentich
  • Why administrators should make political decisions
  • Jerry L. Mashaw
  • 2.
  • Debates about the interpretation of statutory authorizations of agencies
  • a.
  • Part I.
  • Statutory interpretation in general
  • Dynamic statutory interpretation
  • William N. Eskridge
  • Judicial candor and statutory interpretation
  • Nicholas S. Zeppos
  • Interpreting statutes in the regulatory state
  • Cass R. Sunstein
  • On the uses of legislative history in interpreting statutes
  • Stephen Breyer
  • b.
  • Major controversies implicating the dominant rule of law vision and administrative legitimacy
  • Judicial deference to agency interpretations
  • Chevron and its aftermath : judicial review of agency interpretations of statutory provisions
  • Richard J. Pierce
  • Judicial deference to executive precedent
  • Thomas W. Merrill
  • Judicial deference to administrative interpretations of the law
  • Antonin Scalia
  • Statutory interpretation and the balance of power in the administrative state
  • Cynthia R. Farina
  • B.
  • A.
  • Controversies about procedural legal limits on agencies
  • 1.
  • Debates about procedural due process
  • Due process and the administrative state
  • Edward L. Rubin
  • The
  • Supreme Court's due process calculus for administrative adjudication in Mathews v. Eldridge : three factors in search of a theory of value
  • Jerry L. Mashaw
  • Conceiving due process
  • Cynthia R. Farina
  • Controversies about substantive legal limits on agencies
  • 2. The
  • Debate about nonlegislative rule exemptions to notice-and-comment rulemaking procedures
  • Interpretive rules, policy statements, guidances, manuals, and the like : should federal agencies use them to bind the public?
  • Robert A. Anthony
  • The
  • Rulemaking continuum
  • Peter L. Strauss
  • Nonlegislative rulemaking and regulatory reform
  • Michael Asimov
  • 3. The
  • 1. The
  • Debate about alternative dispute resolution in administrative procedure
  • Negotiating regulations : a cure for malaise
  • Philip J. Harter
  • When smoke gets in your eyes : regulatroy negotiation and the public interest
  • William Funk
  • Points on a continuum : dispute resolution procedures and the administrative process
  • Philip J. Harter
  • Against settlement
  • Owen M. Fiss
  • Debate about reviving the delegation doctrine
  • Two roads to serfdom : liberalism, conservatism and administrative power
  • Theodore J. Lowi
  • Cost-benefit analysis : an ethical critique
  • Steven Kelman
  • 2. The
  • Debate about judicial assessment of the rationality of agency decision-making : hard-look review
  • Deregulation and and judicial review
  • Merrick B. Garland
  • Judicial review of questions of law and policy
  • Stephen Breyer
  • Heightened scrutiny of the fourth branch : separation of powers and the requirement of adequate reasons for agency decisions
  • Sidney A. Shapiro and Richard E. Levy
  • Part II.
  • B.
  • Controversies about the openness and political oversight of administration in the pursuit of a more democratic process
  • 1.
  • Debates about openness in government : freedom of information
  • The
  • Freedom of Information Act has no clothes
  • Antonin Scalia
  • The
  • Freedom of Information Act : a short case study in the perils and paybacks of legislating democratic values
  • Patricia M. Wald
  • Major controversies implicating other visions of administrative legitimacy
  • Federal information policy and administrative law
  • Robert G. Vaughn
  • 2.
  • Debates about the supervision of agencies by Congress
  • a. The
  • Legislative veto of administrative action
  • Congressional control of administrative regulation : a study of legislative vetoes
  • Harold H. Bruff and Ernest Gellhorn
  • INS v. Chadha : the administrative constitution, the Constitution, and the legislative veto
  • E. Donald Elliot
  • A.
  • The
  • Legislative veto after Chadha
  • Stephen Breyer
  • b.
  • Congressional oversight of administrative action
  • Oversight : a vital yet neglected congressional function
  • James B. Pearson
  • Legal disagreement and negotiation in a government of laws : the case of executive privilege claims against Congress
  • Peter M. Shane
  • 3. The
  • Controversies about the instrumental rationality of administration in the pursuit of public values
  • Debate about the supervision of agency rulemaking by the President
  • Presidential management of agency rulemaking
  • Harold H. Bruff
  • OMB interference with agency rulemaking : the wrong way to write a regulation
  • Alan B. Morrison
  • The
  • Role of the President and OMB in informal rulemaking
  • Peter L. Strauss and Cass R. Sunstein
  • The
  • Quayle Council : "no fingerprints" on regulation
  • 1. The
  • Charles Tiefer
  • 4.
  • Debate about the constitutional system of the separation of powers
  • a. The
  • Constitutional position of administrative agencies
  • Independent agencies
  • Geoffrey P. Miller
  • Independent policymaking and presidential power : a constitutional analysis
  • Peter M. Shane
  • The
  • Debate about comprehensive regulatory analysis
  • Place of agencies in government : separation of powers and the fourth branch
  • Peter L. Strauss
  • b. The
  • Parliamentary critique of the separation of powers
  • To form a government
  • Lloyd N. Cutler
  • The
  • Limits of the parliamentary critique of the separation of powers
  • Thomas O. Sargentich
  • Regulatory analysis and judicial reform
  • Thomas O. McGarity
  • The
  • Doctrine of standing as an essential element of the separation of powers
  • Antonin Scalia
  • What's standing after Lujan? of citizen suits, "injuries," and Article III
  • The
  • Structure of standing
  • William A. Fletcher
  • Rethinking standing
  • Gene R. Nichol
  • C. The
  • Part III.
  • Controversy about agency nonacquiescence to judicial rulings
  • Nonacquiescence by federal administrative agencies
  • Samuel Estreicher and Richard L. Revesz
  • Intracircuit nonacquiescence and the breakdown of the rule of law : a response to Estreicher and Revesz
  • Matthew Diller and Nancy Morawetz
  • D. The
  • General controversy about the role of courts in administrative law
  • The
  • Neoclassical revival in administrative law
  • Keith Werhan
  • Other major controversies about the role of courts implicating competing visions of administrative legitimacy
  • Administrative law and bureaucratic reality
  • R. Shep Melnick
  • A. The
  • Controversy about the reviewability of agency decisionmaking
  • Understanding unreviewability in administrative law
  • Ronald M. Levin
  • B. The
  • Controversy about the plaintiff's standing to sue an agency
  • The
  • Ideology of bureaucracy in American law
  • Gerald E. Frug
  • The
  • Reform of the American administrative process : the contemporary debate
  • Thomas O. Sargentich
  • Part IV.
  • Competing theoretical perspectives on the administrative process
  • The
  • Theory of economic regulation
  • George J. Stigler
  • A
  • Civic Republican justification for the bureaucratic state
  • Mark Seidenfield
Control code
30030135
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xii, 451 pages
Isbn
9780870848032
Lccn
94009982
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)30030135
Label
Administrative law anthology, edited with comments by Thomas O. Sargentich
Publication
Copyright
Contributor
Donor
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Beyond delegation doctrine
  • Richard B. Stewart
  • The
  • Delegation debate and competing ideals of the administrative process
  • Thomas O. Sargentich
  • Why administrators should make political decisions
  • Jerry L. Mashaw
  • 2.
  • Debates about the interpretation of statutory authorizations of agencies
  • a.
  • Part I.
  • Statutory interpretation in general
  • Dynamic statutory interpretation
  • William N. Eskridge
  • Judicial candor and statutory interpretation
  • Nicholas S. Zeppos
  • Interpreting statutes in the regulatory state
  • Cass R. Sunstein
  • On the uses of legislative history in interpreting statutes
  • Stephen Breyer
  • b.
  • Major controversies implicating the dominant rule of law vision and administrative legitimacy
  • Judicial deference to agency interpretations
  • Chevron and its aftermath : judicial review of agency interpretations of statutory provisions
  • Richard J. Pierce
  • Judicial deference to executive precedent
  • Thomas W. Merrill
  • Judicial deference to administrative interpretations of the law
  • Antonin Scalia
  • Statutory interpretation and the balance of power in the administrative state
  • Cynthia R. Farina
  • B.
  • A.
  • Controversies about procedural legal limits on agencies
  • 1.
  • Debates about procedural due process
  • Due process and the administrative state
  • Edward L. Rubin
  • The
  • Supreme Court's due process calculus for administrative adjudication in Mathews v. Eldridge : three factors in search of a theory of value
  • Jerry L. Mashaw
  • Conceiving due process
  • Cynthia R. Farina
  • Controversies about substantive legal limits on agencies
  • 2. The
  • Debate about nonlegislative rule exemptions to notice-and-comment rulemaking procedures
  • Interpretive rules, policy statements, guidances, manuals, and the like : should federal agencies use them to bind the public?
  • Robert A. Anthony
  • The
  • Rulemaking continuum
  • Peter L. Strauss
  • Nonlegislative rulemaking and regulatory reform
  • Michael Asimov
  • 3. The
  • 1. The
  • Debate about alternative dispute resolution in administrative procedure
  • Negotiating regulations : a cure for malaise
  • Philip J. Harter
  • When smoke gets in your eyes : regulatroy negotiation and the public interest
  • William Funk
  • Points on a continuum : dispute resolution procedures and the administrative process
  • Philip J. Harter
  • Against settlement
  • Owen M. Fiss
  • Debate about reviving the delegation doctrine
  • Two roads to serfdom : liberalism, conservatism and administrative power
  • Theodore J. Lowi
  • Cost-benefit analysis : an ethical critique
  • Steven Kelman
  • 2. The
  • Debate about judicial assessment of the rationality of agency decision-making : hard-look review
  • Deregulation and and judicial review
  • Merrick B. Garland
  • Judicial review of questions of law and policy
  • Stephen Breyer
  • Heightened scrutiny of the fourth branch : separation of powers and the requirement of adequate reasons for agency decisions
  • Sidney A. Shapiro and Richard E. Levy
  • Part II.
  • B.
  • Controversies about the openness and political oversight of administration in the pursuit of a more democratic process
  • 1.
  • Debates about openness in government : freedom of information
  • The
  • Freedom of Information Act has no clothes
  • Antonin Scalia
  • The
  • Freedom of Information Act : a short case study in the perils and paybacks of legislating democratic values
  • Patricia M. Wald
  • Major controversies implicating other visions of administrative legitimacy
  • Federal information policy and administrative law
  • Robert G. Vaughn
  • 2.
  • Debates about the supervision of agencies by Congress
  • a. The
  • Legislative veto of administrative action
  • Congressional control of administrative regulation : a study of legislative vetoes
  • Harold H. Bruff and Ernest Gellhorn
  • INS v. Chadha : the administrative constitution, the Constitution, and the legislative veto
  • E. Donald Elliot
  • A.
  • The
  • Legislative veto after Chadha
  • Stephen Breyer
  • b.
  • Congressional oversight of administrative action
  • Oversight : a vital yet neglected congressional function
  • James B. Pearson
  • Legal disagreement and negotiation in a government of laws : the case of executive privilege claims against Congress
  • Peter M. Shane
  • 3. The
  • Controversies about the instrumental rationality of administration in the pursuit of public values
  • Debate about the supervision of agency rulemaking by the President
  • Presidential management of agency rulemaking
  • Harold H. Bruff
  • OMB interference with agency rulemaking : the wrong way to write a regulation
  • Alan B. Morrison
  • The
  • Role of the President and OMB in informal rulemaking
  • Peter L. Strauss and Cass R. Sunstein
  • The
  • Quayle Council : "no fingerprints" on regulation
  • 1. The
  • Charles Tiefer
  • 4.
  • Debate about the constitutional system of the separation of powers
  • a. The
  • Constitutional position of administrative agencies
  • Independent agencies
  • Geoffrey P. Miller
  • Independent policymaking and presidential power : a constitutional analysis
  • Peter M. Shane
  • The
  • Debate about comprehensive regulatory analysis
  • Place of agencies in government : separation of powers and the fourth branch
  • Peter L. Strauss
  • b. The
  • Parliamentary critique of the separation of powers
  • To form a government
  • Lloyd N. Cutler
  • The
  • Limits of the parliamentary critique of the separation of powers
  • Thomas O. Sargentich
  • Regulatory analysis and judicial reform
  • Thomas O. McGarity
  • The
  • Doctrine of standing as an essential element of the separation of powers
  • Antonin Scalia
  • What's standing after Lujan? of citizen suits, "injuries," and Article III
  • The
  • Structure of standing
  • William A. Fletcher
  • Rethinking standing
  • Gene R. Nichol
  • C. The
  • Part III.
  • Controversy about agency nonacquiescence to judicial rulings
  • Nonacquiescence by federal administrative agencies
  • Samuel Estreicher and Richard L. Revesz
  • Intracircuit nonacquiescence and the breakdown of the rule of law : a response to Estreicher and Revesz
  • Matthew Diller and Nancy Morawetz
  • D. The
  • General controversy about the role of courts in administrative law
  • The
  • Neoclassical revival in administrative law
  • Keith Werhan
  • Other major controversies about the role of courts implicating competing visions of administrative legitimacy
  • Administrative law and bureaucratic reality
  • R. Shep Melnick
  • A. The
  • Controversy about the reviewability of agency decisionmaking
  • Understanding unreviewability in administrative law
  • Ronald M. Levin
  • B. The
  • Controversy about the plaintiff's standing to sue an agency
  • The
  • Ideology of bureaucracy in American law
  • Gerald E. Frug
  • The
  • Reform of the American administrative process : the contemporary debate
  • Thomas O. Sargentich
  • Part IV.
  • Competing theoretical perspectives on the administrative process
  • The
  • Theory of economic regulation
  • George J. Stigler
  • A
  • Civic Republican justification for the bureaucratic state
  • Mark Seidenfield
Control code
30030135
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xii, 451 pages
Isbn
9780870848032
Lccn
94009982
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)30030135

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