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Le Contrïle Du Pouvoir Discrtionnaire De L'administration Par Les Tribunaux Administratifs Internationaux: Observations Ë La Lumiére De La Pratique Du Tribunal Administratif De La Banque Mondiale

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Judges Michel Gentot and Nicolas Valticos are main speakers in the first working session of a Conference on international administrative law held in Paris on May 16, 2000. They have provided a most accurate discussion of the nature and limits of the review that international administrative tribunals can undertake in respect of managerial discretion. The comments presented in this chapter address some relevant aspects of the practice of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal (WBAT). There are a number of recent developments in the case law of the WBAT which highlight both the nature and extent of the WBAT's competence to review discretionary decisions of the World Bank. Such developments fall under the categories of: (i) process; (ii) the Bank's organizational commitments; (iii) the Bank's quasi-judicial powers; (iv) the Tribunal's appellate jurisdiction; and (v) the Bank's internal legislation.

Keywords:discretionary decisions; international administrative law; managerial discretion; Michel Gentot; Nicolas Valticos; World Bank Administrative Tribunal (WBAT)



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