Administrative Law and Governance in Asia: Comparative Perspectives

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-12-10
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Table of Contents

The judicialization of administrative governance: causes, consequences and limitsp. 1
General perspectivesp. 21
On the regulatory dynamics of judicialization: the promise and perils of exploring "judicialization" in East and Southeast Asiap. 23
Agencification, regulation and judicialization: American exceptionalism and other ways of lifep. 38
Riding the accountability wave? Accountability communities and new modes of governancep. 59
Northeast Asia and Greater Chinap. 79
Administrative law and judicialized governance in Japanp. 81
Government reform, judicialization, and the development of public law in the Republic of Koreap. 101
Democracy-driven transformation to regulatory state: the casep. 127
Administrative law, politics and governance: the Hong Kong experiencep. 143
More law, less courts: legalized governance, judicialization, and dejudicializa tion in Chinap. 175
Southeast Asiap. 203
The juridification of administrative complaints and review in Vietnamp. 205
The emergence of administrative justice in Thailand under the 1997 Constitutionp. 230
Administrative law and judicialized governance in Malaysia: the Indian connectionp. 257
The judicialization of governance: the case of Singaporep. 287
"Government by judiciary" in the Philippines: ideological andp. 313
Administrative law and judicial review in Indonesia: the search for accountabilityp. 329
Conclusion: reflections on administrative law and judicialized governance in East and Southeast Asiap. 359
Indexp. 381
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