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The Resource Crisis and legitimacy: the administrative process and American government, [by] James O. Freedman

Crisis and legitimacy: the administrative process and American government, [by] James O. Freedman

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Crisis and legitimacy: the administrative process and American government
Title
Crisis and legitimacy: the administrative process and American government
Statement of responsibility
[by] James O. Freedman
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Subject
Language
eng
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Freedman, James O
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Independent regulatory commissions
  • Administrative procedure
  • Legitimacy of governments
Label
Crisis and legitimacy: the administrative process and American government, [by] James O. Freedman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 304-311) and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 1. Crisis and legitimacy in the administrative process: a historical perspective : Roots of the modern administrative process ; The recurrent sense of crisis -- I. Sources of crisis in the administrative process : 1. Separation of powers and the American imagination -- 2. The departure from judicial norms -- 3. Public perceptions and administrative performance : Public ambivalence toward economic regulation ; Public concern with bureaucratization ; Public skepticism of administrative expertise -- 4. Agency independence and political accountability : The theory of political independence ; Political independence in practice ; Misgivings about political independence ; Political accountability and American government -- 5. Delegation of power and institutional competence : The Congress ; The president ; Private parties -- II. Differences in agency performance : 1. Explaining difference in agency performance: the SEC and the FTC : The Securities and Exchange Commission ; The Federal Trade Commission
  • Part 2. The significance of public attitudes toward agency goals: the EEOC : The enactment of Title VII ; The consequences of public attitudes of ambivalence -- 3. The significance of institutional capacities and limitations: meeting the needs of the elderly -- III. The relevance of administrative procedure : 1. Administrative procedure and the nature of legitimacy -- IV. The nature of formal administrative process : 1. Defining the idea of "agency" : Proliferating a legislative purpose ; The balance of administrative authority ; Applying the "criterion of authority" -- 2. The administrative procedure act and enforcement proceedings : The statutory requirement of a hearing ; The constitutional requirement of a hearing ; The exemption for foreign affairs functions -- 3. The significance of an impartial hearing officer :Sources of independence and status ; The requirement that a hearing examiner preside ; Waiver of the requirement of a hearing examiner -- 4. Separation of functions and the Constitution : Applying the act to OFDI's administrative structures ; ":Investigative or prosecuting functions" ; Investigators and prosecutors as supervisors and subordinates -- 5. Disqualification for bias : When prior involvement becomes bias ; Applying the principles of bias -- V. The nature of the informal administrative process : 1. The meaning of summary action -- 2. Summary action and the Constitution : The logic of statutory authorization ; Situations justifying summary action ; Situations not justifying summary action -- 3. Summary actions as an administrative process : The risk of error ; The role of the staff ; The possibility of prejudgment ; The capacity to injure wrongfully ; Increased reliance on informal processes -- 4. Structuring the use of summary action : Statutory standards ; Rules and reasons ; Prior informal discussions ; Expedited hearings ; Judicial review -- 5. The challenge of administrative legitimacy
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 324 pages
Isbn
9780521220361
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Crisis and legitimacy: the administrative process and American government, [by] James O. Freedman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 304-311) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 1. Crisis and legitimacy in the administrative process: a historical perspective : Roots of the modern administrative process ; The recurrent sense of crisis -- I. Sources of crisis in the administrative process : 1. Separation of powers and the American imagination -- 2. The departure from judicial norms -- 3. Public perceptions and administrative performance : Public ambivalence toward economic regulation ; Public concern with bureaucratization ; Public skepticism of administrative expertise -- 4. Agency independence and political accountability : The theory of political independence ; Political independence in practice ; Misgivings about political independence ; Political accountability and American government -- 5. Delegation of power and institutional competence : The Congress ; The president ; Private parties -- II. Differences in agency performance : 1. Explaining difference in agency performance: the SEC and the FTC : The Securities and Exchange Commission ; The Federal Trade Commission
  • Part 2. The significance of public attitudes toward agency goals: the EEOC : The enactment of Title VII ; The consequences of public attitudes of ambivalence -- 3. The significance of institutional capacities and limitations: meeting the needs of the elderly -- III. The relevance of administrative procedure : 1. Administrative procedure and the nature of legitimacy -- IV. The nature of formal administrative process : 1. Defining the idea of "agency" : Proliferating a legislative purpose ; The balance of administrative authority ; Applying the "criterion of authority" -- 2. The administrative procedure act and enforcement proceedings : The statutory requirement of a hearing ; The constitutional requirement of a hearing ; The exemption for foreign affairs functions -- 3. The significance of an impartial hearing officer :Sources of independence and status ; The requirement that a hearing examiner preside ; Waiver of the requirement of a hearing examiner -- 4. Separation of functions and the Constitution : Applying the act to OFDI's administrative structures ; ":Investigative or prosecuting functions" ; Investigators and prosecutors as supervisors and subordinates -- 5. Disqualification for bias : When prior involvement becomes bias ; Applying the principles of bias -- V. The nature of the informal administrative process : 1. The meaning of summary action -- 2. Summary action and the Constitution : The logic of statutory authorization ; Situations justifying summary action ; Situations not justifying summary action -- 3. Summary actions as an administrative process : The risk of error ; The role of the staff ; The possibility of prejudgment ; The capacity to injure wrongfully ; Increased reliance on informal processes -- 4. Structuring the use of summary action : Statutory standards ; Rules and reasons ; Prior informal discussions ; Expedited hearings ; Judicial review -- 5. The challenge of administrative legitimacy
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xi, 324 pages
Isbn
9780521220361
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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