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Concluding Remarks

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This chapter presents the concluding remarks for the Conference on international administrative law held in Paris on May 16, 2000. The occasion of the Conference was the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the World Bank Administrative Tribunal. The first question that needs to be considered is whether international administrative tribunals have jurisdiction only over individual decisions or also over decisions of a general nature. This problem was solved a long time ago by French administrative law but remains controversial in international administrative law. In the light of the inherent difficulty in determining whether a staff member's claim is justified, a question arises as to whether international administrative judges have the technical grounding needed to pass judgment on individual claims when they do not necessarily understand very well the inner workings of the institution.

Keywords:international administrative law; international administrative tribunals; World Bank Administrative Tribunal

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