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RECITAL 12 OF THE RECAST REGULATION: A NEW HOPE?
von Camilleri, Simon P
In: International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 62 (2013), 4, p. 899-916

...This article seeks to consider the EU's new approach to arbitration as set out in Recital 12 of the Brussels I Regulation (Recast). The article first considers the Court of Justice of the European Uni...

THE EUROPEAN PATENT: AN OLD AND VEXING PROBLEM
von Pila, Justine
In: International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 62 (2013), 4, p. 917-940

...In December 2012, the European Parliament supported the creation of a European patent with unitary effect. For the next year at least, the international patent community will be on the edge of its pro...

THE APPLICATION RATIONE TEMPORIS OF THE INSOLVENCY REGULATION IN NEW MEMBER STATES
von Nagy, Csongor Istvan
In: International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 62 (2013), 4, p. 941-954

...On 5 July 2012, the CJEU rendered a ruling in Erste/BCL on the temporal application of the Insolvency Regulation in Member States that joined the EU after the Regulation's initial entry into force on ...

I. RESETTING THE LOCATION OF REGULATORY AND SUPERVISORY CONTROL OVER EU FINANCIAL MARKETS: LESSONS FROM FIVE YEARS ON
von Moloney, Niamh
In: International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 62 (2013), 4, p. 955-965

...Some five years on from the Autumn 2008 collapse of Lehmans, the regulatory dust from the Global Financial Crisis has settled. Significant regulatory policy debates are still underway internationally,...

II. SURVEYING THE STATE OF EU ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: MUCH BARK WITH LITTLE BITE?
von Kingston, Suzanne
In: International & Comparative Law Quarterly, 62 (2013), 4, p. 965-982

...In the three years since last surveyed in the Quarterly, EU environmental law has continued to justify its reputation as one of the most fast-moving fields of EU law, with a large number of highly sig...

Community policing and the politics of local development in Tanzania
von Cross, Charlotte
In: The Journal of Modern African Studies, 52 (2014), 4, p. 517-540
Referenzen: 33

...This paper explores how the concept of 'community policing' has been understood and implemented in Tanzania. Whilst community policing is locally considered to be a very effective means of preventing ...

Legacies of a nationwide crackdown in Zimbabwe: Operation Chikorokoza Chapera in gold mining communities
von Spiegel, Samuel J
In: The Journal of Modern African Studies, 52 (2014), 4, p. 541-570
Referenzen: 44

...Although conflict in Zimbabwe's diamond mining sector has recently received much international scrutiny, very little research has examined conflict in Zimbabwe's gold mining sector. This article analy...

Networks of violence and becoming: youth and the politics of patronage in Nigeria's oil-rich Delta
von Iwilade, Akin
In: The Journal of Modern African Studies, 52 (2014), 4, p. 571-595
Referenzen: 37

...This article argues that access to clientelistic networks is central to the ability of youth to engage in violent activities in Nigeria's oil-rich Delta. Even though the literature has demonstrated th...

Urbanisation by subtraction: the afterlife of camps in northern Uganda
von Whyte, Susan Reynolds; Babiiha, Sulayman; Mukyala, Rebecca; Meinert, Lotte
In: The Journal of Modern African Studies, 52 (2014), 4, p. 597-622
Referenzen: 9

...As peace returns to northern Uganda, a unique arithmetic of development is evident in the former Internally Displaced Persons camps. Small trading centres whose populations multiplied as they became c...

Formalising urban informality: micro-enterprise and the regulation of liquor in Cape Town
von Charman, Andrew; Herrick, Clare; Petersen, Leif
In: The Journal of Modern African Studies, 52 (2014), 4, p. 623-646
Referenzen: 49

...In early 2012, South Africa's Western Cape Province enacted new alcohol control legislation amid mounting concern with the costs of alcohol-related harms. This has focused on urban shebeen closure to ...

The black middle class and democracy in South Africa
von Southall, Roger
In: The Journal of Modern African Studies, 52 (2014), 4, p. 647-670
Referenzen: 15

...Against the background of celebrations about the rise of a middle class in Africa and its widely posited role in promoting democracy, this paper explores the politics of the black middle class in Sout...

Activating Citizens to Participate in Collective Co-Production of Public Services
von BOVAIRD, T.; VAN RYZIN, G.G.; LOEFFLER, E.; PARRADO, S.
In: Journal of Social Policy, 44 (2015), 1, p. 1-23
Referenzen: 32

...User and community co-production of public services first became topical in the late 1970s, both in private and public sectors. Recent interest has been triggered by recognition that the outcomes for ...

Material deprivation and social exclusion of children: lessons from measurement attempts among children in Israel
von GROSS-MANOS, DAPHNA
In: Journal of Social Policy, 44 (2015), 1, p. 105-125
Referenzen: 25

...Measuring child poverty using a 'poverty threshold' has many drawbacks. Thus, this study sought to develop two alternative measures, a material deprivation index and a social exclusion measure. These ...

Constructing Inequality: Deserving and Undeserving Clients in Austrian Social Assistance Offices
von ALTREITER, CARINA; LEIBETSEDER, BETTINA
In: Journal of Social Policy, 44 (2015), 1, p. 127-145
Referenzen: 14

...The social constructions formed of target groups, which are used to justify the allotment of benefits and obligations, are now being discussed in organisations at street level. Using qualitative inter...

Getting Ahead through Our Own Efforts: Public Attitudes towards the Deservingness of the Rich in New Zealand
von SKILLING, PETER; McLAY, JESSICA
In: Journal of Social Policy, 44 (2015), 1, p. 147-169
Referenzen: 18

...The high level of academic, public and policy attention paid to the deservingness of the poor and (especially) of welfare recipients contrasts with the scant attention paid to the deservingness - or o...

Health Policy in Cambodia: To What Extent Is an Aid-Dependent Country Able to Determine Its Own Policy?
von DIAZ PEDREGAL, VIRGINIE; DESTREMAU, BLANDINE; CRIEL, BART
In: Journal of Social Policy, 44 (2015), 1, p. 171-187
Referenzen: 13

...This article analyses the design and implementation process of arrangements for health care provision and access to health care in Cambodia. It points to the complexity of shaping a coherent social po...

Cumulative (Dis)advantage? The Impact of Labour Market Policies on Late Career Employment from a Life Course Perspective
von BENNETT, JENNY; MOHRING, KATJA
In: Journal of Social Policy, 44 (2015), 2, p. 213-233
Referenzen: 17

...We investigate the labour market situation of older individuals in Europe in relation to their previous employment history as well as the regulations relating to employment protection legislation and ...

Political Parties and Social Policy Responses to Global Economic Crises: Constrained Partisanship in Mature Welfare States
von STARKE, PETER; KAASCH, ALEXANDRA; VAN HOOREN, FRANCA
In: Journal of Social Policy, 43 (2014), 2, p. 225-246
Referenzen: 28

...Based on empirical findings from a comparative study on welfare state responses to the four major economic shocks (the 1970s oil shocks, the early 1990s recession, the 2008 financial crisis) in four O...

Facilitating User Involvement in Activation Programmes: When Carers and Clerks Meet Pawns and Queens
von DJUVE, ANNE BRITT; KAVLI, HANNE C
In: Journal of Social Policy, 44 (2015), 2, p. 235-254
Referenzen: 20

...User involvement has become an explicit goal within social service provision. Even so, the term remains ambiguous, and its implementation troublesome. Implementation theory lists a number of factors i...

The Great Wake-Up Call? Social Citizenship and Minimum Income Provisions in Europe in Times of Crisis
von MARCHAL, SARAH; MARX, IVE; VAN MECHELEN, NATASCHA
In: Journal of Social Policy, 43 (2014), 2, p. 247-267
Referenzen: 14

...When the 2008 crisis hit, social safety nets in Europe were not in the best of shape. This article examines what, if anything, governments did to adjust minimum income protection after two decades of ...

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