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|Основы социологии Автор Tina F. Издательство Книга по Требованию|
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|Advice and Consent: The Politics of Judicial Appointments|
With the coming retirement of one or more Supreme Court Justices--and threats to filibuster lower court judges--the selection process is likely to be, once again, the center of red-hot partisan debate.
|Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review The People Themselves:|
|THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION AND ANTITRUST DIVISION' S ENFORCEMENT DILEMMA UNDER JUDICIAL UNCERTAINTY TO PROSECUTE OR NOT TO PROSECUTE, THAT IS THE QUESTION.|
The construction of ideological variance among circuit court judges as a measure of the institutional uncertainty created by the random assignment process suggests that the courts’ unique institutional practice can be fully incorporated into future studies of interaction between the judiciary and bureaucracy.
|Repealing State Legislative Term Limits. A Comparative Analysis of Legislative Statutes and Judicial Decisions|
The States selected are Florida, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming, during the years 1999 to 2004.
|Three Studies of Managerial Discretion. Consequences, Sources|
Middle and lower-level managers have greater freedom and responsibility, whether or not they are ready for it. This book describes the result of a series of studies of managerial discretion, investigating the performance consequences of discretion, organizational sources of discretion, and the terms in which managers think about their discretion.
|Power and Judicial Activism in the WTO. The Appellate Body's Interpretation of Trade Remedy Agreements|
The WTO' s regulation of the use of trade remedies has brought into sharp relief the dynamics of the power relationships of countries settling their disputes within the multilateral trading system, whether the power relationships influence decisional outcomes, and the implications for mediating between the goals of trade liberalization and trade restriction inherent in the use of trade remedy measures. This book will be of interest to lawyers, academics, and any reader concerned with the implications of the global regulation of trade remedies within the World Trade Organization with respect to domestic regulatory autonomy, and the effect of the power configuration of countries involved in dispute settlement over the use of these remedies. This book provides a detailed analysis of some landmark rulings of the Appellate Body on issues of dumping, subsidies and safeguards and examines the relationship between the outcomes of those decisions and the power (im) balance within specific disputes and whether the particular power configuration of the countries involved in specific cases impact the decisions of the Appellate Body in cases where activist rulings are identified.
|Actions for Judicial Review Brought Before the ECJ. Position of Private Parties|
Natural and legal persons can only bring these actions before the European Court of Justice under strict conditions.
|Judicial Evaluation. Traditions, Innovations and Proposals for Measuring the Quality of Court Performance|
Drawing on practical examples, the book concludes with proposals that may enhance impartiality, accountability and democracy in the administration of justice.
|Gender and Justice. An Examination of Policy and Practice Regarding Judicial Waiver|
The current study addressed the issues of gender and racial differences in judicial waiver decisions in one state.
|When Schools Have Discretion, Do They Overidentify Students as LEP?. An Econometric Analysis of How Incentives and Constraints Affect the Identification of Limited English Proficient (LEP) Students|
Much of this increase is driven by a similar increase in the percentage of school-enrolled, school-aged children who spoke a foreign language at home over that time period.
|The Role of Judges in European Criminal Justice. Judicial Harmonisation Processes in Italy and England|
Therefore, the relationships between the supranational courts (the European Union’s Court of Justice and the Council of Europe’s Court of Human Rights) and domestic courts in the English and Welsh criminal justice system and the Italian criminal justice system are explored in detail.
|Judicial Independence In Georgia and Germany. Comparative Analysis of Constitutional Courts|
In this respect three main aspects of judicial independence are discussed – appointments, disciplinary sanctions and dismissals of judges.
|Sexual Harassment of Female Employees in Ghana. Perception of Judicial Gender Bias in Banking Institutions|
Over the past decade, the pervasiveness of female sexual harassment has plagued the corporate world.
|Judicial review in English law|
Judicial review is a procedure in English administrative law by which the courts supervise the exercise of public power on the application of an individual.
|Judicial Committee of the Privy Council|
The panel of judges hearing a particular case (typically five members) is known as "the Board".
This principle is interpreted differently in different jurisdictions, which also have differing views on the different hierarchy of governmental norms.
|Extra Judicial Killings and Forced Disappearances in the Philippines|
|Judicial system of the People's Republic of China|
|Judicial system of Iran|
The legal code is now based on Shi' a Islamic law or sharia. According to the constitution of the Islamic Republic, the judiciary in Iran "is an independent power. " The entire legal system - "from the Supreme Court to regional courts, all the way down to local and revolutionary courts" - is under the purview of the Ministry of Justice, but in addition to a Minister of Justice and head of the Supreme Court, there is also a separate appointed head of the judiciary. Parliamentary bills pertaining to the constitution are vetted by the Council of Guardians. A nationwide judicial system in Iran was first implemented and established by Ali Akbar Davar and some of his contemporaries such as Abdolhossein Teymourtash under Reza Shah, with further changes during the second Pahlavi era. After the 1979 overthrow of the Pahlavi Dynasty by the Islamic Revolution, the system was changed drastically.
Judicial activism is used to describe judicial rulings suspected of being based on personal or political considerations rather than on existing law.