The underlying theme of the book examines the relationship of administrative agencies to democracy, in particular, how the law attempts to keep daily practices of government agencies accountable. The book includes discussions of bureaucracy and democracy; agency discretion and the requirement of fairness; delegation; agency rulemaking, investigations and information collection; agency adjudications; and accountability through reviewability, accessibility, and liability. For professionals practicing law, and those in the political science community.
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Daniel E. Hall, a native of Indiana, earned his bachelor's degree at Indiana University, juris doctor at Washburn University, and doctor of education at the University of Central Florida. Before becoming a full-time academic lawyer, he practiced law in both the United States and Micronesia.' He is currently associate professor of criminal justice and legal studies at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Hall has authored several texts and articles on public law subjects. He lives in Titusville, Florida, with his wife, Stacey and their dog, Rhett.
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