Editor Almedina
Author(s) António Cândido Oliveira
Year 2003
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Synopsis
FIRST PART
FROM THE FRENCH REVOLUTION TO THE END OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR: EXPERIENCES
TITLE I Opposing solutions to the problem of the organization of administrative justice: FRANCE AND BELGIUM; THE ITALIAN COMMITMENT
TITLE II ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS MARKED BY INSTABILITY OR INDEFINITION
TITLE III THE PARTICULAR CASES OF ENGLAND AND AUSTRIA
TITLE IV PORTUGAL: ORGANIZATIONAL INSTABILITY AND PLURALITY
SECOND PART
FROM THE END OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR TO OUR DAYS: THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE JUDICIAL ORGANIZATION IN ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS (AND TAXATION)
TITLE I TWO ORGANIZATIONAL MODELS ACHIEVED: GERMANY AND SPAIN
TITLE II IMPROVING ORGANIZATIONAL MODELS: FRANCE AND ITALY
TITLE III UNFORGETTABLE REFORMS
TITLE IV EVOLUTION IN ENGLAND, AUSTRIA AND OTHER COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
TITLE V THE PORTUGUESE SOLUTION AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES