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1. Peyroux-Sissoko, Marie-Odile. L'ordre public immatériel en droit public français : Immaterial public order in French public law.

Degree: Docteur es, Droit public, 2017, Paris 1

Notion centrale des rapports entre l’État et les individus, l'ordre public mis en œuvre par la police administrative est traditionnellement identifié comme étant matériel. Essentiel à l'équilibre entre maintien de la paix sociale et garantie des droits et libertés individuels, il y est particulièrement fait recours lorsqu'est en cause la sécurité. La législation (lato sensu) récente en matière d'état d'urgence le rappelle. Mais l'ordre public n'est pas uniquement matériel, limité à la sécurité, à la tranquillité et à la salubrité publiques. Notion classique du droit public, l'ordre public ne cesse d'évoluer. Il est en effet possible de tirer de divers phénomènes épars l'existence d'un ordre public immatériel dont l'émergence et l'utilisation visent à répondre à des déséquilibres apparus dans l'État de droit. Permettant notamment la protection de valeurs objectives à partir desquelles la société est ordonnée, l'ordre public immatériel vise à rééquilibrer les rapports entre le collectif et l'individuel. Il est en ce sens une notion fonctionnelle. Il est ainsi possible de définir l'ordre public immatériel et de construire un régime juridique qui lui soit adapté. Impuissant à restreindre les libertés dans la vie privée, il s'exprime dans le cadre de l'espace public auquel il est cantonné, ce qui limite d'autant les risques d'intrusion de l'État. Il peut être vu comme une notion autonome. Cette formalisation permet d'identifier plus facilement l'ordre public immatériel. Surtout, elle laisse entendre qu'il pourrait s'imposer durablement dans l'ordre juridique français.

A key notion in the relationship between the State and individuals, public order implemented by the administrative authorities is normally considered as material. Essential to the balance between maintaining social peace and ensuring respect for individual rights and freedoms, public order is implemented especially where security is involved. Recent legislation (in the broad sense) introducing the state of emergency is a case in point. However, public order is not merely material or restricted to matters of public security, peace or health. Public order, a traditional notion in public law, continues to evolve. From the various different phenomena, it is indeed possible to deduce the existence of an immaterial public order, the emergence and implementation of which are intended to offset the disequilibrium arising from the rule of law. The purpose of immaterial public order, which ensures the protection of objective values around which society is organised, is to restore the balance between the public and the individual. In that sense, it is a functional notion. It is therefore possible to define immaterial public order and build a legal system adapted to it. Immaterial public order, which is powerless to restrict freedoms in private life, expresses itself in the public domain to which it is confined, thereby limiting the risks of State intervention. lt can be seen as a notion in its own right. As a result of this formalisation, immaterial public order can…

Advisors/Committee Members: Mathieu, Bertrand (thesis director).

Subjects/Keywords: Police administrative; Matériel/immatériel; Droits et libertés individuels; Valeurs; Droit objectif/droits subjectifs; Espace public/vie privée; Notion fonctionnelle; Notion autonome; Administrative authorities; Tangible/Intangible; Individual rights and freedoms; Values; Objective right / subjective rights; Public space / privacy; Functional concept; Autonomous notion; 344.05

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APA (6th Edition):

Peyroux-Sissoko, M. (2017). L'ordre public immatériel en droit public français : Immaterial public order in French public law. (Doctoral Dissertation). Paris 1. Retrieved from http://www.theses.fr/2017PA01D064

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Peyroux-Sissoko, Marie-Odile. “L'ordre public immatériel en droit public français : Immaterial public order in French public law.” 2017. Doctoral Dissertation, Paris 1. Accessed November 14, 2019. http://www.theses.fr/2017PA01D064.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Peyroux-Sissoko, Marie-Odile. “L'ordre public immatériel en droit public français : Immaterial public order in French public law.” 2017. Web. 14 Nov 2019.

Vancouver:

Peyroux-Sissoko M. L'ordre public immatériel en droit public français : Immaterial public order in French public law. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Paris 1; 2017. [cited 2019 Nov 14]. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2017PA01D064.

Council of Science Editors:

Peyroux-Sissoko M. L'ordre public immatériel en droit public français : Immaterial public order in French public law. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Paris 1; 2017. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2017PA01D064

2. Chauvet, Clément. Le pouvoir hiérarchique : Hierarchical power.

Degree: Docteur es, Droit public, 2011, Paris 2

L’étude du pouvoir hiérarchique impose une approche basée sur sa fonction, en ce qu’elle est profondément liée à la théorie de la personnalité publique et à l’aménagement des compétences au sein des structures administratives. Ce préambule permet d’en identifier les caractères particuliers et de le définir comme un moyen d’unification de volonté au sein des personnes publiques. D’un point de vue théorique, il est un pouvoir inconditionné affectant l’ensemble de l’activité de subordonnés, qu’elle se traduise par la réalisation d’actes juridiques ou d’opérations matérielles. À travers des prérogatives d’instruction, de correction et de substitution, qui chacune en constitue un aspect particulier, il permet aux supérieurs de commander et contrôler. Cependant, et au-delà de ces instruments, le pouvoir hiérarchique conserve la réelle unité que lui donne sa fonction particulière. Cela ne signifie pas qu’il ne soit pas sujet à variation selon les habilitations respectives du supérieur et du subordonné, par exemple en conséquence de procédés de déconcentration ou de délégation qui peuvent venir limiter certaines de ses manifestations. Inversement, c’est parfois l’altération du pouvoir hiérarchique lui-même qui révèle un aménagement particulier de l’exercice des compétences. De plus, il faut envisager le pouvoir hiérarchique au-delà de la relation entre supérieur et subordonné. Si celle-ci présente des spécificités et s’adjoint des garanties non hiérarchiques nécessaires à son efficacité, le pouvoir hiérarchique joue également un rôle, en droit comme en fait, à l’égard des administrés, ce qui relativise la distinction parfois faite entre légalité intérieure et légalité générale.

The study of hierarchical power imposes a function-based approach, as it is deeply linked to the theory of public personality and to the arrangement of habilitations or jurisdictions in administrative structures. This preamble allows to identity its proper characteristics and to define it as a mean to unify the will of public persons. On a theoretical point of view, it is an unconditioned power concerning the whole activity of subordinates, as they can edict legal acts or realise physical operations. Through the diverse privileges of instruction, correction and substitution, each of which constitutes a particular aspect, it allows superiors to command and control. However and beyond these instruments, hierarchical power has a true unity which results of its particular function. This doesn’t implies that it is not subject to variation by virtue of respective empowerment of superior and subordinate members of the Administration, for example as a consequence of devolution or delegation of power that can modify some of its expressions. Contrariwise, it is sometimes the alteration of hierarchical power that reveals a particular arrangement of habilitations. Moreover, consideration should be given to hierarchical power beyond the relationship between superior and subordinate. As it shows specificities and needs the adjunction of non hierarchical powers…

Advisors/Committee Members: Gaudemet, Yves (thesis director).

Subjects/Keywords: Personnalité publique; Théorie de l'organe; Instruction, correction et substitution; Compétence; Déconcentration et délégation; Indépendance; Contentieux administratif; Circulaires et instructions; Subordination; Notion fonctionnelle; France; Public personality; Organ theory; Instruction, correction and substitution; Jurisdiction; Devolution and delegation; Independance; Administrative disputes; Circulars and instructions; Subordination; Functional notion; France

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APA (6th Edition):

Chauvet, C. (2011). Le pouvoir hiérarchique : Hierarchical power. (Doctoral Dissertation). Paris 2. Retrieved from http://www.theses.fr/2011PA020072

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Chauvet, Clément. “Le pouvoir hiérarchique : Hierarchical power.” 2011. Doctoral Dissertation, Paris 2. Accessed November 14, 2019. http://www.theses.fr/2011PA020072.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Chauvet, Clément. “Le pouvoir hiérarchique : Hierarchical power.” 2011. Web. 14 Nov 2019.

Vancouver:

Chauvet C. Le pouvoir hiérarchique : Hierarchical power. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Paris 2; 2011. [cited 2019 Nov 14]. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2011PA020072.

Council of Science Editors:

Chauvet C. Le pouvoir hiérarchique : Hierarchical power. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Paris 2; 2011. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2011PA020072


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3. Niedner, Laurent Jean Henri. L'obligation de mise en concurrence et ses limites en droit européen.

Degree: 2014, Université du Luxembourg

Although various pieces of European secondary law law use the terms "mise en concurrence" ("calling for competition" or "competitive tendering procedure") they provide no definition of the expression "obligation de mise en concurrence" ("obligation to call for competition"). At the very beginning, the author therefore defines what is meant thereby in his thesis, i.e. "a more or less formalized action which a public or a private person has to follow in order to provoke a competition or a contest between potentially interested persons that perform an economic activity, in order to grant an individual advantage to one or several of them". The first part of the work deals with the regime of competitive tendering of the public procurement directives which the Court of Justice has considered "as a whole" to be the "core" of European law on public contracts. First, this part examins the development of the public procurement directives from 1971 on. The author shows that the puzzling evolution of the personal scope of the public procurement directives is guided by the personal scope of European primary law. While considering the remedies directives, the author examines to what extent they introduce requirements beyond the principle of effective judicial protection. While some of their requirements obviously do so, the remedies directives however remain very far from standardizing the means of redress at national level. Due to the member States' judicial autonomy, the compelling force of EU primary law differs from one member State to another. The same applies within the scope of the remedies directives as they let the member States a large degree of autonomy. The author then turns to examine the contribution of the procurement directives 2004/17/CE, 2004/18/CE and 2009/81/CE, their scope of application, as well as the concepts of public works concession and service concession. Various other questions are dealt with in the first part, such as the use of functional interpretation, the power of the European legislator to adopt regulations on public procurement and the impact of the Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), the Revised GPA and other international agreements. At last the author explores the issue of electronic procurement and the Commission's proposals for replacing the public procurement directives 2004/17/CE and 2004/18/CE and its proposal concerning the award of concession contracts. The second part of of the thesis focuses on primary public procurement law. After having described the origin of the obligation to call for competition under EU primary law which the Court of Justice derives from articles 49 and 56 TFEU as well as from the principles of equal treatment and non-discrimination on the grounds of nationality, the author strives to determine whether this obligation is well-founded. This examination brings to light that the rationale behind the requirement to call for competition under EU primary law is rather fragile. Amongst others, the author comes to the conclusion that the condition of a… Advisors/Committee Members: Ergec, Rusen [superviser].

Subjects/Keywords: call for tender; call for competition; procurement directives; primary law of procurement; State aid; remedies directives; effective judicial protection; electronic procurement; right to good administration; principle of equal treatment; overriding reasons of general interest; Telaustria; Teckal; in house; public contracts; railway infrastructure capacity; undertaking; greenhouse gaz emission trading scheme; internal electricity market; internal natural gaz market; postal services; gaz emission allowances; milk quota regime; universal postal service provider; electronic communications; service concession; public works concession; principles of primary procurement law; conformity of secondary legislation; general procurement agreement; competitive bidding; cross-border interest; abuse of dominant position; transport services; freedom of establishment; free movement of services; free movement of capital; free movement of goods; tariff quotas; limited number of authorisations; prospection, exploitation and production of hydrocarbons; Altmark; transparency; adequate publicity; services of general economic interest; internal market; scope of EU law; concept of State; auction; auctioning; autorisation; competence of the European legislator; functional interpretation; advantage; contracting authority; body governed by public law; proceduralization; droit primaire des marchés publics; aide d'Etat; directives recours; protection juridictionnelle effective; marchés publics électroniques; principe de bonne administration; principe d'égalité de traitement; raisons impérieuses d'intérêt général; Telaustria; Teckal; in house; marché public; capacité d'infrastructure ferroviaire; entreprise; système européen d'échange de quotas de gaz à effet de serre; marché intérieur d'électricité; marché intérieur du gaz naturel; services postaux; quotas d'émission de gaz à effet de serre; quotas laitiers; prestataire de service postal universel; communications électroniques; concession de services; concession de travaux; libre circulation des capitaux; libre circulation des marchandises; contingents tarifaires; droit primaire de la mise en concurrence; conformité du droit dérivé; accord sur les marchés publics; ouverture à la concurrence; intérêt transfrontalier; abus de position dominante; services de transport public; liberté d'établissement; libre prestation de services; transparence; publicité adéquate; services d'intérêt économique général; marché intérieur; champ d'application du droit européen; notion d'Etat; enchères; interprétation fonctionnelle; avantage; ouverture à la concurrence; autorisations en nombre limité; régime d'autorisation; Altmark; compétence du législateur européen; organisme de droit public; pouvoir adjudicateur; procéduralisation; principe d'autonomie; mise en concurrence; appel d'offres; directives marchés publics; contrôle de conformité; directive concessions; dématérialisation des marchés publics; prospection, exploitation et extraction d'hydrocarbures; Law, criminology & political science :: European & international law [E05]; Droit, criminologie & sciences politiques :: Droit européen & international [E05]

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APA (6th Edition):

Niedner, L. J. H. (2014). L'obligation de mise en concurrence et ses limites en droit européen. (Doctoral Dissertation). Université du Luxembourg. Retrieved from http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/17631

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Niedner, Laurent Jean Henri. “L'obligation de mise en concurrence et ses limites en droit européen.” 2014. Doctoral Dissertation, Université du Luxembourg. Accessed November 14, 2019. http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/17631.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Niedner, Laurent Jean Henri. “L'obligation de mise en concurrence et ses limites en droit européen.” 2014. Web. 14 Nov 2019.

Vancouver:

Niedner LJH. L'obligation de mise en concurrence et ses limites en droit européen. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Université du Luxembourg; 2014. [cited 2019 Nov 14]. Available from: http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/17631.

Council of Science Editors:

Niedner LJH. L'obligation de mise en concurrence et ses limites en droit européen. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Université du Luxembourg; 2014. Available from: http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/17631

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