[Place of publication not identified] : Bwv Berliner Wissenschaft, 2015.
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Foreword; Content; German and Polish Public Law: A Good Tradition in Comparative Law (Oesten Baller); I. Comparative public law; II. Comparative public law in Central, Southeast and Eastern Europe; III. Comparative German and Polish public law; European Law and German Administrative Tradition (Hartmut Aden); I. Introduction: Administrative traditions, path dependency and Europeanisation; II. From autonomous implementation of EU law to an emerging European administrative space; III. How European law influences German administrative traditions.
IV. Conclusion: Europeanisation of law and remaining national traditionsThe Europe 2020 Strategy and the European Structural Funds (Eva Lieber); I. The Europe 2020 Strategy and the European Structural Funds; II. The reform of the cohesion policy: high quality projects and better results; Problems of Efficiency in Reforming Administration of Justice in Poland (Janusz Sługocki); Administrative Complaint Meets Rescissory Action: The Polish Example (Janusz Orłowski); I. Right to appeal against decision of administrative body or court.
II. Codification of administrative procedure in Poland and two-tier ruleIII. Judicial review of administration; IV. Preliminary assessment of Polish model of challenging administrative acts; Administrative Complaint versus Rescissory Action
The German Example (Sabrina Schönrock); I. Introduction; II. Dual nature of the preliminary procedure; III. Interim measures; IV. Main proceedings; V. Conclusion; Multi-Level Administration and Local Self-Government in Poland (Bronisław Sitek, Aleksander W. Bauknecht); I. Introduction; II. Multi-levelism of administration; III. Local government bodies.
IV. System of Warsaw and the Voivodeship MasoviaV. System of Berlin as a city and federated state; VI. Function of the Polish dualistic administration; VII. Results of the administration reform; VIII. Conclusion; Structural Reform of the Counties in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania (Jens Tessmann); Legal Formalization of Public Administration In the Context of Implementation of Healthcare Objectives (Sebastian Bentkowski); Who Holds the Chalk? Institution, Enterprise, Company and Corporation under Polish Law (Mariola Lemonnier); I. National level; II. Local level; III. Conclusion.
Public Authority or Corporation
Searching for the Best Organisational Form of Public Claims Management in Germany (Martin Benner)I. Privatisation of public claims management; II. Causes and influences on the debate; III. Aspects of the debate; IV. Practical experiences; V. Outlook; Index of Authors.