Dacian Cosmin Dragoș

Dr. Dacian C. DRAGOS is Jean Monnet Professor of Administrative and European Law; former Vice Dean and then Acting Dean of the Faculty of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences (2008-2012); Marie Curie Fellow at Michigan State University (2005-2006); Visiting Scholar at Rockefeller College of Public Administration and Policy, SUNNY at Albany, U.S.A. (2002); Romanian Writers Association National Prize for legal research (2003); Scientific Coordinator of the Commission for drafting the Administrative Procedure Code of Romania (2006-2008) and Expert in the Commission for drafting the Administrative Code (2010-2011). Member of the Presidential Commission for Analyzing the Constitutional System of Romania (2008-2009). Chair of the “Law and Administration’ Panel of the European Group of Public Administration (since 2010). His research publications include 2 edited international books, 10 Chapters in international books, 5 books in Romanian as single author and 4 in collaboration, over 30 papers in scientific journals.

Research interests: Administrative Law, European Law, Europeanisation of National Administrations, Transparency in Public Administration and Free Access to Public Information, Public Procurements Law, Public Contracts, Administrative Procedure, Alternative Dispute Resolution in Administrative Proceedings.

Recent publications: D. Dragos, R. Caranta (eds), PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – OUTSIDE THE DIRECTIVES, INSIDE THE TREATY?, DJOEF Copenhagen, 2012;D. Dragos, B. Neamtu, “The Implementation of the Services Directive in Romania”, in U. Stelkens, W. Weiss (eds), Implementation of Service Directive’’, TMC ASSER Press – Springer, 2012; Dragos, D, Neamtu, B. Veliscu, R., “Remedies in Public Procurement in Romania”, in S Treumer, F. Lichere (eds), Enforcement of EU Public Procurement Rules, DJOEF Copenhagen, 2011;Dragos, D, Neamtu, B. Veliscu, R., “Secondary considerations in Public Procurement in Romania”, in R. Caranta, M. Trybus (eds), The Law of Green and Social Public Procurement in Europe, DJOEF Publishing, Copenhagen, 2010; Drago, Nematu, Cobarzan, Procedural Transparency in Local Administration: Linking Implementation with Administrative Capacity?, International Review of Administrative Sciences, Sage Publishing, March 2012; JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS – A COMMENTARY, C. H. BECK Publishing House, Bucharest, 2005, 350 pages (in Romanian); second edition, 400 pages, 2009; Dragos, D, Neamtu, B. Veliscu, R., “Judicial Review in Romania between Tradition and dialogue”, in R. Caranta, A. Gerbrandy (eds), Traditions and Change in European Administrative Law, Europa Law Publishing, Groeningen-Utrecht, 2011 ; Dragos, D., “National legal tradition – Romania”, in Susana Galera (ed), Judicial review: an analysis inside the European Legal System, Council of Europe Publishing, 2010 ; D. Dragos, B. Neamtu and R. Hamlin (eds) Law in Action: Case Studies in Good Governance, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research, Michigan State University, USA, 2011;THE OMBUDSMAN INSTITUTION: ALTERNATIVE JUSTICE? (INSTITUTIA OMBUDSMANULUI: JUSTITIE ALTERNATIVA?), co-editor with B. Neamtu, (in Romanian), C.H. Beck Bucharest, 2011.


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