Optimal abuse of power

@article{Vermeule2014OptimalAO,
  title={Optimal abuse of power},
  author={Adrian Vermeule},
  journal={Revista de Direito Administrativo},
  year={2014}
}
  • Adrian Vermeule
  • Published 15 April 2014
  • Political Science, Economics
  • Revista de Direito Administrativo
Abuso de poder otimizado Argumentarei que, no estado administrativo, ao contrário da teoria constitucional clássica, o abuso de poder do governo não é algo a ser estritamente minimizado, mas otimizado. Um regime administrativo tolerará um nível previsível de desgoverno, mesmo de abuso de poder, como subproduto inevitável para se atingir outros fins no geral desejáveis. Existem três fundamentos principais para essa alegação. Primeiro, os arquitetos do moderno estado administrativo estavam… 

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