With the aim of expanding legal scholarly imagination, this Research Agenda takes a tripolar approach to administrative law. It opens the boundaries of administrative law scholarship to new subject areas, exemplifies and opens for consideration several different attitudes to research, and illustrates a multiplicity of different ways of writing about the subject.
Drawing on the expertise of an impressive selection of contributors, with experience of research in different administrative law fields, this book breaks away from the dominance of doctrinal analysis which permeates the existing literature and explores contemporary, innovative methods of research. Chapters present a concise account of what is known and unknown about administrative law, as well as recasting what was considered known. The book provides an arena for an exchange of ideas, all of which are designed to push scholars into thinking seriously about research methods and to develop novel scholarly agendas that can enrich administrative law.
Addressing a void in current research and scholarship, this timely book will be of interest to lawyers and academics keen to push beyond the current boundaries of administrative law. Degree-level students and early career researchers in the fields of comparative and public law will also benefit from this discerning Research Agenda.
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