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Peter Nedergaard

The book analyses the administrative system in the European Union with a focus on the efficiency and legitimacy of the administrative practices. The administrative system of the European Union is described as a hybrid between a traditional national and an international administration. In the analysis three distinct theoretical perspectives are used (a structural, a procedural and a cultural), thus ensuring that a broad variety of factors are included. Furthermore, in the analysis the administration is seen from the perspective of an individual Eurocrat, but, simultaneously, the overall institutional perspective is maintained by a focus on the effects of the special characteristics of the administrative practices on the efficiency and legitimacy of the administration.

Sarah J. Jahn

’ in a foreign way. ‘Administration’ is used here as a meta-linguistic term to illustrate different relations between private and public space. To understand the relation as an ‘administration’ process first of all is trivial, because ‘administration’ is everywhere in a public space. I will go a step

Sarah Joan Moran

over into hospitality work. Visitors to the Beguinages were housed in the infirmaries and, for those with important business, met with the grand mistresses in the administration rooms there; such visitors included Beguines’ relatives, the families of prospective Beguines, the mistresses of other

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Edited by Melodie H. Eichbauer and Danica Summerlin

The Use of Canon Law in Ecclesiastical Administration, 1000–1234 explores the integration of canon law within administration and society in the central Middle Ages. Grounded in the careers of ecclesiastical administrators, each essay serves as a case study that couples law with social, political or intellectual developments. Together, the essays seek to integrate the textual analysis necessary to understand the evolution and transmission of the legal tradition into the broader study of twelfth century ecclesiastical government and practice. The essays therefore both place law into the wider developments of the long twelfth century but also highlight points of continuity throughout the period.

Contributors are Greta Austin, Bruce C. Brasington, Kathleen G. Cushing, Stephan Dusil, Louis I. Hamilton, Mia Münster-Swendsen, William L. North, John S. Ott, and Jason Taliadoros.

Alexander Ilin-Tomich

the stela of Horemkhauf (for which see below) as the evidence that the later Dynasty 13 residence was still at Itjtawy. 5 The continuity of administration of the kingdom of Dynasties 16–17 with the administration of the southernmost nomes in the Late Middle Kingdom, discussed below in this paper

The Many Masters of Ottoman Hospitals

Between the Imperial Palace, the Harem, Bureaucracy, and the Muslim Law Courts

Miri Shefer-Mossensohn

. The administration of the early modern imperial hospitals seems to be evident. The Islamic legal system provides a comprehensive system of legal and financial management to all endowments; hospitals, as charitable institutions, were no exception. Endowed institutions were run by mütevelli s (in

Market Orientation or Social Orientation?

The Choices of Chinese Government-Organized Foundations in Transformation

Weijing Lu, Chengcheng Liu and Xiaoping Zhao

changes in the public welfare sector. As the transformation of such organizations has led to a series of transformation tracks, de-administration, learning from enterprises and many other phenomena has attracted the attention of the research field. 3 This comes in line with the international upsurge

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International Administration

Law and Management Practices in International Organisations

Chris de Cooker

International Administration: Law and Management Practices in International Organisations describes the law and practice of the internal functioning of international organizations. It deals with questions such as recruitment and retention policies of the staff of international organizations, the differing environments in which these employees work, their privileges and immunities, staff representation, and the judicial remedies open to staff. It also deals with such topics as social security and pensions, the relationship between the heads of the organizations and Member States in staff and administrative matters, the administrative coordination between organizations, and the need for reform in times of (financial) crisis. The contributors all have a wide experience in international administration.
This publication is of interest not only to students of administrative sciences, but to staff representatives, personnel departments and legal departments of international organizations as well as of Ministries of Foreign Affairs and trade missions.
This volume contains new material as well as material previously published in the loose-leaf publication "International Administration: Law and Management Practices in International Organisations" ISBN 978 0 79230 465 4

Ahme, Michael, Brauneder, Wilhelm, Germann, Michael and Knauf, Ernst A.

[German Version] I. Bible – II. History – III. Law – IV. Church Administration – V. Ethics . From the 10th into the 8th century bce, only a rudimentary administration can be assumed in Israel and Judah in comparison to Egypt and Mesopotamia. State income was basically produced by the royal demesne