Phenomena of enormous impact, such as the rise of the information and knowledge society; the internationalisation of administrative actions; globalisation and economic, social, environmental or informational independence; privatisation, public-private collaboration or the shared responsibilities between administrations and the private sector in the realisation of benefit and regulatory activities; the liberalisation of commerce and the deregulation of internal economic activities; and the emergence of new models of regulation and regulatory governance among many others require profound reflexion and specific responses from the discipline of Administrative Law.

To serve as fora of debate, encounter and diffusion, we have designed three Administrative Law collections: one concerning philosophy (the White Series), one dedicated to global Administrative Law (the Sand Series) and, finally, a pocket collection (the Red Series) that allows a wider diffusion among students and investigators of contemporary monographic subjects.