Independent Administrative Authorities

Independent Administrative Authorities

With

Legal, Criminal, Economic, Liberal, Instutional And Administrative Conclusions

INTRODUCTION

The upcoming book which was titled “Independent Administrative Authorities With Legal, Criminal, Economic, Liberal, Instutional and Administrative Conclusions” is making an effort in researching the past and present progress about the independent administrative authorities which have been existing in the Turkish Administrative Organization since 1981. Independent Administrative Authorities have existed in the economic and politicial life all around the world since the American economic crisis of 1929. and All of the Independent Administrative Authorities undoubtedly consist by the regulatory activities of the state. In this respect, independent administrative authorities have an important position in social and economic life, as a result of privatization (also liberalism) and activities that require specialization.

OBJECTIVE

The object of the upcoming book titled as “Independent Administrative Authorities With Legal, Criminal, Economic, Liberal, Instutional and Administrative Conclusions” is to evaluate regulatory and supervisory activities within the framework in relation to national administration and European Union membership negotiations.

QUESTION: Redefining the Independent Administrative Authorities in Administrative Organizations and their relationships between local authorities and goverment’s political, liberal, economic and legal approachs.

MAIN THEMES

Administrative Tutelage

Anti-Competitive Activities in the Energy Field

Democracy and Democratic Control

Economic Competition and Good Faith

Economic Independence

Financial audit and accountability of the IAA’S

Global Approachs

Jurisdictional Control

Liberalism

Market Economy and Liberty

Public Service

Regulatory and Supervisory Authorities

–    Banking Activities

–    Capital Markets

–    Control of Radio and Television Broadcasts

–    Energy Markets

–    Human Rights and Equality Institution of Turkey

–    Insurance and Private Pension Regulation Activities

–    Nuclear Regulation Activities

–    Personal Data Protection Activities

–    Public Oversight, Accounting and Auditing Standards

–    Public Procurement Authority

–    Telecommunication Activities

Relationship with Administrative Institutions

Rule of Law

Separation of Powers

– Administrative Independence

– Fiscal Independence

*Each section has different subtopics.

 

 

Ertan DEMİRKAPI

Associate Professor in the Department of Law,

Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University, Turkey

edemirkapi@bandirma.edu.tr

 

 

Burak BURTAN

Assistant. Professor in the Department of Law,

Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University, Turkey

cburtan@bandirma.edu.tr