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Ecole doctorale Georges Vedel Droit public interne, science administrative et science politique (Paris)

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Works: 131 works in 206 publications in 2 languages and 313 library holdings
Genres: History 
Roles: Other, Degree grantor, 996, Editor
Classifications: KJV3842, 342.44001
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Most widely held works by science administrative et science politique (Paris) Ecole doctorale Georges Vedel Droit public interne
L'inamovibilité des magistrats un modèle? by Olivier Pluen( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In French Law, irremovability is traditionally seen as a statutory guarantee of judicial judges' independence that protects them from being arbitrary evicted by the Political power. Irremovability is then said to be a dispensatory status if compared to public servants normal one. Defined as an « ancient and tutelary principle » at the middle of the 19th Century, this guarantee ran through the ages and the political regimes from medieval times to today. Irremovability of judges was made a Kingdom's fundamental Law just before the Revolution, and almost every constitution adopted since 1791 has made it a constitutionally sanctioned rule. In the meantime, whereas it could have been seen as a template for other civil servants legal status, irremovability of judges is, paradoxically enough, often described as a « myth ». This study's aim is thus to solve this contradiction. It offers an in-depth and comparative analysis of the condition and goal of this legal guarantee against eviction - which distinctive feature is to be closely linked with one of the State's main function: to administer Justice
La rétroactivité en droit public français by Sébastien Ferrari( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Spread phenomenon, but not well known, retroactivity consists in reprocessing at the present legal effects, which have occurred in the past. While at the same time it undermines the situations previously set up, retroactivity knows many and disparate applications in public law. The use that the legislator, the administrative authority and the judge make of it obeys a logic that is peculiar to each one of them. This disparity is conveyed both in the mechanisms implemented and the constraints weighing respectively on the actors of retroactivity. The polymorphism of the phenomenon does not prevent from carrying out a general theory of retroactivity. Concept of retroactivity, as well as the function which it carries out within the legal order, present a sufficient coherence to be the subject of a common analysis. First, retroactivity can be defined as the operation by which the entry into force of legal norms is anticipated in time. The action in time of the legal norms being related to their logical structure, the latter is also a component of the concept of retroactivity. Second, retroactivity offers a normative framework in which legal effects, which occurred in the past, will be reprocessed in order to obtain a given result. Retroactivity makes it possible for the public authority to carry out several normative operations on the past of the legal order during one determined period, called “intermediate period”. Thus understood, retroactivity ensures a triple function of unification, correction and stabilization of the legal effects which have occurred during this intermediate period
L'effectivité en droit international public by Florian Couveinhes-Matsumoto( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The principle of effectiveness suggests that facts have primacy over law. However the notion of effectiveness is paradoxically featured in international law itself. The meaning of effectiveness is the subject of much controversy due to the dichotomy between what effectiveness means in general and the actions taken to achieve it. The notion of effectiveness is, in practice, both contrary to and included in international law. For moral reasons, many international rules restrict the recognition of effective situations. Yet, in many cases taking effective situations into account is essential for the effectiveness of the law. In order to ensure compliance with the law, the States, judges and scholars may assess the facts as regards their “effectiveness”, without considering the rules which seem however to be applicable or the legal representations of these facts. However law is only partially excluded when dealing with the facts and the way it is done as well as the legal consequences of this exclusion differ according to political choices. That is why the use of the principle of effectiveness in international law cannot be considered as a mere registration of fact. In international law the notion of effectiveness has two main functions. Firstly, the effectiveness of power acts as a way of identifying subjects of international law which makes it possible to define the territorial and personal scope of their jurisdiction, makes them subject to international rules and pragmatically assesses whether they are liable. Secondly, the effectiveness of States' international claims or the effectiveness of some aspects of their national laws are used as conditions to assess their legal effects internationally. This research does not focus on the primacy of fact over law but shows the paradox between the practical requirements of an effective defence of legal certainty, justice and of peace
La question du territoire aux Etats-Unis de 1789 à 1914 : apports pour la construction du droit international by Thibaut Fleury Graff( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study is based upon the hypothesis that, from the entry into force of the federal constitution to the First World War, the United States territorial expansion, as well as the federal project, called for a « construction » of international law's rules and principles within the American boundaries. It is to be remembered that, in 1789, the United States, the member States and the Indian Nations claimed for themselves, on parts or the whole of that space, the sovereignty that every « State » is entitled to according to international law. It is therefore by defining, adapting, or rethinking the notions of « State » or « territorial sovereignty », the conditions required for a territorial title to be held or formed, and by setting the legal status of international law, that those claims have been enforced - or not. Grounded upon the analysis of the American doctrine, practice and case law, the purpose of this study is thus to inquire about territorial issues as raised within what is usually described as a « federal State », sovereign on its territory. Because those issues, and mainly jurisdictional ones, are fundamental to international law, this work hopes to bring to light constructions of international law which are still relevant today
Le pouvoir hiérarchique by Clément Chauvet( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The study of hierarchical power imposes a function-based approach, as it is deeply linked to the theory of public personality and to the arrangement of habilitations or jurisdictions in administrative structures. This preamble allows to identity its proper characteristics and to define it as a mean to unify the will of public persons. On a theoretical point of view, it is an unconditioned power concerning the whole activity of subordinates, as they can edict legal acts or realise physical operations. Through the diverse privileges of instruction, correction and substitution, each of which constitutes a particular aspect, it allows superiors to command and control. However and beyond these instruments, hierarchical power has a true unity which results of its particular function. This doesn't implies that it is not subject to variation by virtue of respective empowerment of superior and subordinate members of the Administration, for example as a consequence of devolution or delegation of power that can modify some of its expressions. Contrariwise, it is sometimes the alteration of hierarchical power that reveals a particular arrangement of habilitations. Moreover, consideration should be given to hierarchical power beyond the relationship between superior and subordinate. As it shows specificities and needs the adjunction of non hierarchical powers that guarantees its effectiveness, hierarchical power also plays a role, in law and in fact, in respect of the governed or constituents, which puts the distinction sometimes made between internal and external law into perspective
La personnalité morale comme technique de droit public by Thomas Cortes( )

2 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Souvent présentée non seulement comme une notion fondamentale du droit, mais encore comme une notion fondatrice du droit public moderne, la personnalité morale est une oeuvre collective des juristes. Ce sont eux qui l'ont créée et qui continuent de la façonner. Elle s'impose aussi à eux en les orientant, en leur fournissant une palette de ressources dans lesquelles ils peuvent puiser. Le recours à cette technique d'individualisation d'un collectif est ainsi susceptible d'affecter la structure du droit public. Au travers d'une étude sémantique de la notion de personnalité morale, l'analyse des discours juridiques aura permis de montrer dans quelle mesure la signification retenue par les acteurs juridiques a pu être à l'origine tant de son développement que de sa stérilisation. En effet, plus la doctrine s'efforcera d'établir le sens proprement juridique de la personnalité morale, plus elle la réduira à rien ou presque. En tant que concept, elle est un point d'imputation qui ne fournit aucune indication sur les prérogatives juridiques des collectifs qui bénéficient de cette qualification. Quant à leurs différences de régime juridique, elles sont rattachées à la notion d'organisation. En revanche, en tant que procédé rhétorique, elle vise à assurer le succès d'une argumentation qu'elle contribue à mettre en forme. Cette métaphore assumerait ainsi une fonction heuristique dans la construction d'un droit des collectifs ou encore une fonction herméneutique dans la définition de leurs prérogatives. En définitive, la personnalité morale est une figure du discours juridique qui contribue à inscrire dans un même dispositif de rationalité les différents phénomènes qu'elle recouvre
La formation historique de la théorie de l'acte administratif unilatéral by Anne-Laure Girard( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

At the begining of the 1880's, the theory of the « Minister-Judge » continues to maintain the partition of the unilateral administrative acts. The methodology of the Doctrine then in use, contributes to scatter the Administration's decisions and feeds the fragmentation of the rules. It will take about fifty years to overcome this divesity and to forge a general conception of the unilateral administrative act governed by a unified legal system. In order to picture the elaborating process of the unilateral adminstrative act, the Doctrine and the Judge jointly draw in the subjective conceptual collection. Starting from the end of the 19th century onwards, the logical essence of the unilateral administrative act has been revealed by the traditionnal and proven tools of legal science, ie the Will and the Legal Body. However, the emergence of a unified conception of the Act is not the outcome of a servile use of the materials supplied by the classical legal science. While this tool set has been elaborated for a free subject, acting - in most cases - for its own behalf, the administrativists think over the legal activities of men, acting on behalf of collective bodies, without personal will. The specifics of the unilateral administrative act, then require a significant adaptation work. Innovation succeeds tradition in the conceptualisation of the result of the decision process. Contrary to the Judge, the Doctrine, through objectivism development, pushes back the heritage of the civilists and imagines the effect of the unilateral administrative act through an innovative concept : the legal situation. The Doctrine's ambition to contain subjectivism also leads to the break up with the german theorists of public law who were the first inspiring masters. The theory of heterolimitation of the State, which replaces the doctrine of self limitation, influences over the conception of the authority of unilateral administrative acts
Codification et Etat de droit by Aude Zaradny( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Since its origins, the codification has always been officially carried out in order to ensure the accessibility and intelligibility of the norm, as well as the legal security of the individuals. This teleological conception of the codification is corroborated by the contemporary political views which associate it, more generally, to the Rule of law to which it is supposed to contribute. The only recurrence of this assertion is not sufficient to prove its relevance. That is why, based on the rule of law and its many facets, it is necessary to proceed first to the conceptualization of the codification. It is the sine qua non for a reliable study of the Rule of law as being the aim of the codification
L'inopérance des moyens dans le contentieux administratif français by Florian Poulet( Book )

3 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La notion d'inopérance des moyens a acquis, en particulier depuis ces dernières années, une place majeure dans le contentieux administratif français. Le juge l'utilise fréquemment dans ses décisions et les membres de la doctrine ne manquent pas de l'employer dans leurs travaux. Pourtant, aucune étude d'ampleur, consacrée spécifiquement à la notion et appréhendant l'ensemble de ses aspects, n'a, jusqu'à présent, été entreprise. Ceci explique qu'elle soit, aujourd'hui, mal connue et apparaisse, au premier abord, difficile à cerner. Les manifestations de ce caractère insaisissable sont multiples : ainsi, par exemple, l'inopérance se voit souvent confondue avec l'irrecevabilité ; de même, les raisons pour lesquelles le juge constate, dans telle ou telle espèce, l'inopérance du moyen invoqué, sont mal identifiées ; de même encore,lorsqu'ils ne sont pas tout simplement niés, les effets procéduraux de l'inopérance sont largement sous-estimés. À partir d'un examen approfondi de la jurisprudence et des pratiques adoptées par la juridiction administrative, l'étude a eu pour objet de procéder à une clarification de la notion d'inopérance des moyens. Il s'est agi, d'abord, d'en délimiter les contours et d'en déterminer le contenu, en proposant une définition de l'inopérance. Il s'est agi, ensuite, de présenter, de façon raisonnée, les facteurs susceptibles d'entraîner le caractère inopérant des moyens, en proposant une systématisation des causes de l'inopérance. Il s'est agi, enfin, d'expliciter les éléments du régime juridique de l'inopérance et la façon dont le juge les met en oeuvre, en proposant une analyse détaillée de ses conséquences
Les engagements dans le droit français des concentrations by François Blanc( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

De prime abord, le droit des concentrations illustre le rôle moderne joué par l'État dans l'économie : il ne s'agit plus de construire les marchés, mais de contrôler ponctuellement un ou plusieurs opérateur(s) en particulier. L'État libéral soumet ainsi à autorisation préalable les rapprochements d'entreprises, afin de vérifier que ceux-ci ne portent pas atteinte à la concurrence. Pourtant, dans le silence de la loi, tout se passe comme si l'administration se servait de la concentration comme d'un vecteur d'une réorganisation des marchés. Le procédé est d'autant plus subtil qu'il implique étroitement les entreprises elles-mêmes : tout repose sur les « engagements » que celles-ci proposent à l'administration dans le but de prévenir les effets anticoncurrentiels de leur projet. Car ces engagements connaissent une mutation juridique décisive : une fois émis, ils deviennent une mesure de police économique, incorporée dans l'autorisation administrative. Le procédé, développé à l'époque de l'économie administrée, dénote la constance du droit français par-delà la variation des objectifs économiques. Or, ces engagements contraignent les parties à la concentration, d'une part dans leurs actes avec d'autres opérateurs sur le marché et, d'autre part, dans leurs rapports à l'administration : ils orientent l'action de la concentration vis-à-vis des tiers tout en prolongeant le contrôle administratif. Incorporant les engagements dans son acte, l'administration modifie puis surveille les relations entre les parties et les tiers à l'opération. Aussi, son intervention se déplace, ratione temporis, de la concentration en projet à la concentration réalisée, et, ratione personae, des parties à l'opération aux tiers. Elle se déplace en somme de la concentration vers le marché. S'il ne s'agit donc plus, comme par le passé, de construire directement le marché, l'administration utilise désormais à cette fin les entreprises soumises à son autorisation
Gouverner l'énergie : la dynamique de changement des politiques publiques de l'électricité d'origine nucléaire et renouvelable. Une comparaison entre la France et le Japon. by Miyuki Tsuchiya( )

2 editions published in 2016 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

While a widespread crisis would cause significant changes in public policies, nuclear accidents underline an inertia effect in the energy system in France and Japan. These cases lay out the maintenance of the position of dominant stakeholders within the system. Nevertheless, the particular focusing event of Fukushima appears to be an important driver of change in a system with strong path dependency, and disrupts the power balance of stakeholders. The change then goes beyond energy issues. In addition to the governance stakes, this thesis examines the significant alterations of the electricity market under the liberalisation dynamics . It also analyses the governance of energy policy and the consequences of the electricity market from domestic and European perspectives
La présence de la politique dans les médias au Japon : l'ingérence de la politique et les stratégies médiatiques du pouvoir face à l'évolution des médias by Yutaka Kawada( )

2 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nowadays in the society, the media are essential and very important for the activities of people. The media have developed with the evolution of social and economic systems as well as technological advancements. The media were used by the authorities to control the society during the war, when the freedom of expression was severely limited. However, after the period of the occupation, Japan won the state of a democratic regime, where the media could enjoy freedom of expression. The 1955 system, where domination by one party of Parliament ( the LDP ) continued without interruption for 38 years, was created by the unique conditions of politics in Japan. However, later, the media contributed greatly to the fall of this strong political system with long duration. Now the media have a tendency to exert a great influence on politics. On the other hand, the authorities began to take measures to control the media in favor of their policy, which is interference in the media and made considerable pressure on their expression activities. Under the situation where media freedom is limited, the people, however, reacted against the authorities with new means and the relationship between media and politics is becoming more serious for us today
L'indépendance des autorités de concurrence, analyse comparative, Colombie, France, Etats-Unis by Anibal Rafael Zarate Pérez( )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Si l'indépendance des autorités de concurrence est souvent justifiée par le besoin d'une expertise objective, ce besoin ne suffit pourtant pas à la légitimer. Créées en contradiction apparente avec le principe de séparation des pouvoirs, les autorités de concurrence « indépendantes » ne peuvent trouver leur légitimité que dans la conjonction de diverses garanties institutionnelles, et de différents mécanismes de contrôle et procédures. S'interroger sur la place de l'indépendance des autorités de concurrence en Colombie suppose alors l'identification de ces garanties et mécanismes. Leur analyse sera menée à travers une étude comparative de leur statut au regard de celui des autorités de concurrence française et américaine, dont les modèles ont influencé la constitution des autorités colombiennes. Elle permet de constater que les composantes de l'indépendance varient et qu'il n'en existe pas un seul modèle à travers le monde. La présente étude conduit aussi à relever que certaines garanties statutaires de l'indépendance, pourtant accordées aux autorités de concurrence française et américaine et leur permettant disposer d'un grand degré de liberté décisionnelle, ne sont pas octroyées aux autorités colombiennes. Assurer un degré plus important d'indépendance aux autorités de concurrence en Colombie, par l'attribution de certaines de ces garanties, requiert un renforcement des mécanismes de contrôle, procédures et voies de participation des citoyens dans la prise des décisions. L'étude de la construction de l'indépendance des autorités de concurrence, dans ses dimensions organique et fonctionnelle, doit donc être suivie par celle de ces contrôles. Un équilibre dans les contrôles constitue un facteur non seulement de légitimité, mais aussi un moyen de sauvegarder leur indépendance vis-à-vis des éléments extérieurs susceptibles d'y porter atteinte
L'ordre juridique partisan by Eléonore Potier de La Varde( )

2 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The study of the nature of partisan juridical order leads to affirm that a political party constitutes a juridical order. To do so, one must first establish that the internal rules of parties meet the criteria established by existing doctrine to decide that the threshold for lawfulness has been met ; and then, within the perspective of juridical pluralism and based on the theory of institutions, one must demonstrate that a political party, as an institution, is a juridical order. Such a finding implies the need to study the party's relationship to the state, in both its regula tion and its control, so as to be able to measure its autonomy. The partisan juridical order is not only a specific juridical order; it is also a flexible juridical order, which is open to the society around it and within which the law is made instrumental . The porosity to its environment of the partisan juridical order results in its conforming to the institutional context in which it operates, but also in its adaptability to the evolution of the social context within which it fits. Within the party, the law is used to justify political strategies and a number of rules are bypassed or even never applied. As to disciplinary law, it is applied according to circumstances, and motivated by considerations of political opportunity or as a result of the internal balance of power within the party, which make it a negotiated law
Les pouvoirs de l'employeur public en droit comparé franco-italien by Maurizio Raffaele Frugis( )

2 editions published in 2014 in Italian and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This research consists in a comparison between the legal instruments of human resource management in the French and Italian public service sector. The objective is to evaluate their efficacy and uncover the main problems linked to their implementation. In the Italian public service sector, the manager is assimilated to the employer found in private firms. The link between the public servant and the administration is first regulated by a specific law, then by collective bargaining and labour law. In the French system, labour law isn't applied to the public service sector. However, labour law has an influence on it, and vice versa. Collective bargaining doesn't have any formal rule because the civil servant must accept conditions imposed by the administration. Despite appearances, throughout their evolution the two systems seem to increasingly resemble each other, particularly in the realm of human resource management legal instruments, the use of temporary jobs and the rule of collective bargaining. It seems that flexibility in human resource management isn't necessarily associated to the nature - public, private or mixed - of the link between the public servant and the administration. The choice between unilateralism and negotiation, administrative law and labour law doesn't matter so much. Though French statute law is flexible, there are some political and administrative customs which are damaging. In both Italy and France, public administrations do not need to ignore - respectively - privatisation and statute law in order to become more effective. It seems that public administrations do not use all the possibilities offered by existing laws. They have to invest in human resources in order to transform office directors into real managers, rather than to continuously work on useless or damaging radical reforms
Renseignement public et sécurité nationale by Alexis Deprau( )

2 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Si les activités de renseignement public n'étaient pas encadrées, la loi du 24 juillet 2015 relative au renseignement a permis de créer un cadre juridique du renseignement, tout en mettant en avant la communauté du renseignement. Cet encadrement juridique des activités de renseignement s'exerce dans le but de faire face aux menaces à la sécurité nationale. Cet encadrement juridique est aussi une avancée qui a permis d'ériger le renseignement public comme une politique publique, nécessaire pour protéger les intérêts fondamentaux de la Nation, et a été complété par un contrôle concret de ces activités de renseignement
La conciliation en droit administratif colombien by Verónica Pelaez-Gutierrez( )

2 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La Colombie a connu une période de transformation au cours des deux dernières décennies. L'adoption de la Constitution de 1991 a entraîné des réformes normatives et institutionnelles ; en particulier, elle a conféré un statut constitutionnel aux modes alternatifs de résolution des conflits, a consacré la tutelle comme mécanisme constitutionnel de protection et un catalogue de droits fondamentaux. Le développement du mécanisme de la conciliation en droit administratif colombien commence dans ce contexte et la volonté du gouvernement s'est clairement exprimée dans les différentes réformes normatives faites depuis 1991 pour la promouvoir. Bien que celle-ci ait été organisée par la normativité en vigueur, son efficacité n'est pas garantie, certains facteurs étrangers aux prescriptions normatives empêchant qu'il en soit ainsi. Elle continue d'être un mécanisme qui n'est pas bien compris par les parties et par le conciliateur. En outre, en droit administratif la conciliation est soumise, d'une part, à des formalités particulières, et d'autre part, à des situations propres à la société colombienne comme la violence, l'inégalité sociale et la corruption qui ont des conséquences directes sur son bon fonctionnement, et qui ont justifié les formalités auxquelles elle est soumise pour protéger le patrimoine public. La normativité en vigueur et les dernières réformes en matière de conciliation cherchent à ce que la conciliation soit véritablement un mécanisme efficace et qui permette de résoudre un nombre important de conflits. Mais cela exige un changement de mentalité des intervenants car, en Colombie, la conciliation en droit administratif requiert non seulement un système juridique qui la développe mais aussi une culture conciliatoire qui n'existe pas encore et est en train de se construire
La définition des incorporels en droit fiscal by Lionel Assous( )

2 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For a definition of a fixed asset in Taxation Law we must be guided by those criteria that in the first instance enable the identification of an underlying asset and the calculation of the acquisition cost for that asset. The difficulty resides in the fact that the General Taxation Code contains only one provision, article 38 quinquies (fifth section) of Appendix III which stipulates that: “Fixed assets shall be recorded on the balance sheet at their original value”. Although the Code deals with measurability it falls silent on identification. In the absence of a purely fiscal definition, we need to turn to accountancy law. In this regard, it emerges from article 38 quater (fourth section) of Appendix III of the General Taxation Code that "businesses shall comply with the definitions set out by the General Accountancy Plan subject to these not being incompatible with the applicable regulations for the calculation of tax brackets". In this regard, the General Accountancy Plan defines an asset as “an identifiable component of property having a positive value for the entity, i.e. a component generating a resource that the entity controls owing to previous events and from which it anticipates future financial advantage”. This definition is the result of a profound reform of our accountancy practices. In fact, accountancy has been in a state of upheaval since 1st January 2005, when all listed companies within the European Union were required to publish their consolidated accounts in accordance with international accountancy regulations. What is more, and also under the influence of international accountancy regulations, internal accountancy now tends to favour a financial approach to the detriment of a traditionally asset-based approach. The definition of intangible fixed assets fully confirms this trend and for some it heralds the ultimate disappearance of any specifically French accounting and taxation law
Les conventions d'administration by Sébastien Hourson( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In a few decades, the conventional actions of the public persons knew a remarkable development. Nevertheless, it is frequent that the signed acts contain certain characteristic elements of contracts but do not produce either straight ahead or obligation towards the parties. In these hypotheses, the traditional theoretical concepts are not enough to report administrative practices. Those who qualify have to opt for one of both accepted possibilities: either the act is an authentic contract, or it recovers from the non-law. It invites to draw the outlines of a new category of conventional acts, named agreements of administration, the conditions of which include only directive statements, that is devoid of imperative sentences. Elaborated in the term of a material examination, it can be conceived as a sort recovering from a kind, that of the conventional acts, the identification of which proceeds of a formal analysis. The agreements of administration are so separated from contracts. And it is possible to confirm this distinction by highlighting their substitute function. Legal and administrative phenomena, the agreements of administration are besides subjected to some rules and undergo perfectible controls. Such an approach allows not only to report better contemporary instruments, and to subject them to an adapted control, but also restore in the notion of contract its coherence
L'action économique des collectivités territoriales pour la transition énergétique by Anna Zoumenou( )

2 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The conference of the member states of the United nations framework convention about climate change (COP 21) which took place in Paris, december 2015, increased the state's interest either for the protection of the environment and the ecological transition. From more than a decade, many laws had have the goal to place local authorities into the hearth of this system. Today, the realization of the energy transition is based on a partnership between public authorities, garantor of the public service and private companies mastering engineering and energy techniques. This policy takes place in the story of a new public management, which profoundly changes the way public services are managed
 
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Ecole doctorale Droit public interne, science administrative, science politique et de l'information

Ecole doctorale Droit public interne, science administrative, science politique et de l'information Paris

Ecole doctorale Georges Vedel

Ecole doctorale Georges Vedel Paris

Université Panthéon-Assas

Universite Panthéon-Assas (Paris). Ecole doctorale de droit public interne, science administrative et science politique

Université Panthéon-Assas Paris Ecole Doctorale Georges Vedel

Université Panthéon-Assas Paris Ecole Doctorale Georges Vedel Droit Public Interne, Science Administrative, Science Politique et de l'Information

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