The work starts from the assumption that the sources of administrative law are an autonomous subject of study. It proposes a broader notion of a source of law that includes tertiary rules and, potentially, soft law. This does not mean that the sources must be treated the same with respect to the legal regime to which they are subjected or with respect to their binding effect. It is exemplary the original model of italian circolari (a kind of defeasible rule), followed by german verwaltungsvorschriften or by french directives, which represents a remarkable point of compromise between administrative discretionary power and legal constraint.
|Numero di pagine||59|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|