Last week the Yale Law School hosted a workshop on Comparative Administrative Law. The first panel, chaired by Jerry Mashaw, Yale Law School, was entitled "State-Formation and the History of Administrative Law." It included the following papers:
Bernardo Sordi (Università degli Studi di Firenze, Centro Studi per la Storia del Pensiero Giuridico Moderno), “The Science of Administration and Administrative Law in European History” (with Luca Mannori)
Nicholas Parrillo (Yale Law School), “The Rise of Non-Profit Government in the United States: A Conceptual Overview and a Case Study of Federal Customs Collection”
Janet McLean (University of Dundee), “British Idealism and the Administrative State
John Ohnesorge (University of Wisconsin), “Pathways to Administrative Law”
[A later panel included the paper by Thomas Merrill (Yale Law School), “The Origins of the Appellate Review Model of Administrative Law.”]
The schedule for the entire conference and links to four of these papers are here.