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Public Law
Democratizing Administration: an Opportunity to Restore Direct Democracy

Samaneh Rahmatifar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2024


  The democratization of administration is similar to the concepts of organizational democracy and workplace democracy. It is a democratic political system requirement and an example of the right to public participation (rticle 21 of the UDHR). The purpose of the research is to implement direct democracy ...  Read More

Public Law
The authority of the provincial governor and decentralization in Iranian and French Law

Rohollah Moazeni; Seyyedeh Zahra Pourrashid

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2024


  Since the provincial government was first in France in 1800 and in Iran in 1316, It has been representative of the central government and the integrator of the departments located in a province which ensured the solidarity between the government and the nation. During the last decade, some governors ...  Read More

Public Law
The rule against bias in UK administrative law

Zohreh Naeimifard; Mahdi Hadavand

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2024


  In administrative law, the "rule against bias" is one of the branches of the principles of "procedural fairness" and complements the theory of "good governance". Personal, cognitive, organizational-institutional biases, previous involvement, preconceived opinions, predispositions ...  Read More

Public Law
The Concept and Function of "Competence" in Administrative Law

Mohjtaba Vaezi

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, , Pages 207-238


  Introduction“Competence” is one of the few words on which the history of modern administrative law can be said to be based. Despite the importance of this concept, little attention has been paid to its principles and different aspects, and the main discussions have focused on the dual concepts ...  Read More