Administrative Discretion

In public administration, administrative discretion refers to the flexible exercising of judgment and decision making allowed to public administrators. Regulatory agencies have the power to exercise this type of discretion in their day-to-day activities, and there have been cases where regulatory agencies have abused this power. Administrative law can help these agencies get on the path of following regulations, serve the public, and in turn, a reflection of the public's values and beliefs. There is a need for administrative law because the interest of public could be at risk if various agencies were not following laws and regulations. Administrative law …

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Center for Interuniversity Research and Analysis on Organizations · 13 December 2021 English

The ideas and opinions expressed in this publication are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the positions of CIRANO or its partners. [...] The standard …

that require complex legal judgment or administrative discretion. More sophisticated approaches based on


Heritage Foundation · 7 October 2021 English

and in litigation, the federal courts have routinely upheld the Director’s very broad administrative discretion in these areas.

routinely upheld the Director’s very broad administrative discretion in these areas. 7. Under the ACA, the


ECRI · 22 September 2021 English

Guide on Article 6 - Right to a fair trial (civil limb)

decision taken in the ordinary exercise of administrative discretion in a specialised area of law (planning


AEI · 2 August 2021 English

Enactment of the controversial and complex Affordable Care Act launched a seemingly endless series of battles involving the many modern weapίns of litigation, regulation, and administration. This report reviews and …

expansions and enhancements left largely to administrative discretion yet to be exploited fully. A more activist


OSCE · 30 July 2021 English

Other provisions of the Code of Conduct refer to the human rights of service personnel in the context of the political neutrality of the armed forces (paragraph 23); recruitment and …

treaties into account when exercising administrative discretion, human right treaties can influence the


JCCF · 16 July 2021 English

2(2)(a) of the JRPA; and c) An order of prohibition preventing the City from “denying the use of its facilities to the Petitioner on the basis of [its] ideas, views, …

issue is not whether the exercise of administrative discretion that limits a Charter right is correct


IEA · 18 June 2021 English

Philip is a Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries and an honorary member of the Society of Actu- aries of Poland. [...] Jacob …

Such instruments can be employed using administrative discretion without recourse to the courts. On the


IMF · 13 May 2021 English

Structural conditionality of IMF-supported programs is designed to support structural reforms by countries borrowing from the IMF. Taking stock of program conditions and their implementation, this paper finds that conditionality …

Sequencing PFM reforms: (i) reduce administrative discretion; (ii) develop a medium-term PFM strategy


European Court of Human Rights · 27 April 2021 English

Guide on Article 6 - Right to a fair trial (civil limb)

decision taken in the ordinary exercise of administrative discretion in a specialised area of law (planning


IBI · 2 April 2021 English

The size of the "chaebol" and their broad diversification into diversified products have been allowed to survive the hardships of late industrialization, to penetrate the lower end of numerous foreign …

that are given automatically, without administrative discretion. (Pack & Westphal, 1986) Some neoclassicals


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