By comparing patterns of judicial reasoning in Dutch and United States administrative law, and relating these to their different legal cultures, developing criteria for the legitimacy of judicial activism in administrative law. Focussing the analysis on cases in which judges have changed the relative order between the three branches of government, by redefining their own law-making power.
|Effective start/end date||15/12/93 → 11/02/00|
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