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The Right to Open Public Administrations in Europe: Emerging Legal Standards, SIGMA Papers No. 46

Author(s): Mario Savino

Date: 2011

Publisher: OECD

Order contact: Hardcopy not available

The aim of this paper is to explore the most problematic aspects of information access legal regimes and to provide some guidelines to policy makers, including legislators, governments and public administrators. The analysis is based on the comparison of Freedom of Information Acts (FOIAs) and their administrative/judicial enforcement in 14 EU member states and the EU institutions.

Full paper available in PDF at OECD website

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Yehezkel Dror

ISBN: 0-7146-8314-0

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