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The collegial principle in the administrative organization

English summary: Apart from the hierarchy principle, the collegial principle is of equal importance as a structural principle in administrative organization. They are classified in three different basic types of administrative organization: the pluralistic, the professional and the cooperative bodies. The collegial bodies serve as a form of self-government in the administration. In this work, Thomas Gross examines the constitutional foundations in the principles of democracy and the rule of law and their consequences for the statutory regulation of administrative organization, procedural law and judicial protection. In addition he describes the collegial bodies in the administration of the European Union and classifies these according to the supranational structures of democracy. German description: In addition to the hierarchy principle, the collegial principle is an equal building principle of the administrative organization. It comprises three basic types of administrative organization: the pluralistic, professional and cooperative bodies. The collegial bodies form forms of self-control in the administration, which serve as a supplement to democratic legitimation and as a functional design of independent units. Thomas Gross examines the constitutional foundations in the principle of democracy and the rule of law and the implications for institutional legal reservation, procedural law and judicial protection. It also represents the collegial bodies in the administration of the European Union and assigns them to their supranational legitimation structures.