Tables of Contents - October 2016

Alberta Law Review - Volume 53 no. 4 (July 2016)
Canadian Business Law Journal - Volume 58 no. 2 (September 2016)
Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique - Volume 29 no. 3 (September 2016)
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale - Volume 58 no. 4 (October 2016)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique - Volume 49 no. 1 (February 2016)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada - Volume 59 no. 3 (September 2016)
The Criminal Law Quarterly - Volume 63 no. 4 (October 2016)
Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa - Volume 47 no. 2 (2015-16)
Relations industrielles/Industrial relations - Volume 71 no. 3 (Summer 2016)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series - Volume 75 (2016)
University of British Columbia Law Review - Volume 49 no. 2 (August 2016)

Alberta Law Review
Volume 53 no. 4 (July 2016)

SPECIAL ISSUE: TORT LAW

  • Introduction
    • Gerald B. Robertson, 823-

ARTICLES

  • Reflections on the Career of Professor Lewis Klar
    • Ellen Picard, 827-
  • Toward Tort Liability for Bad Samaritans
    • Allen Linden, 837-
  • Apportionment of Damages for Contributory Negligence: The Causal Potency Criterion
    • James Goudkamp and Lewis Klar, 849-
  • Multi-Party Disputes : Equities Between Concurrent Tortfeasors
    • Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey, 863-
  • Contribution Between Negligent Tortfeasors and Unjust Enrichment : An Outline of a Solution to the “No Benefit to B” Issue
    • David Cheifetz, 879-
  • Do We Really Need the Anns Test for Duty of Care in Negligence?
    • Joost Blom, 895-
  • Misusing the “No Duty” Doctrine in Tort Decisions : Following the Restatement (Third) of Torts Would Yield Better Decisions
    • Stephen D. Sugarman, 913-
  • Prenatal Harm and the Duty of Care
    • Erin L. Nelson, 933-
  • Unique Public Duties of Care : Judicial Activism in the Supreme Court of Canada
    • Bruce Feldthusen, 955-
  • To Serve and Protect Whom? Proximity in Cases of Police Failure to Protect
    • Erika Chamberlain, 977-
  • Theorizing the Institutional Tortfeasor
    • Margaret Isabel Hall, 995-
  • The Rise and Fall of Plaintiff-Friendly Causation
    • Vaughan Black, 1013-
  • Tate & Lyle : Pure Economic Loss and the Modern Tort of Public Nuisance
    • J.W. Neyers and Andrew Botterell, 1031-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 58 no. 2 (September 2016)

PREFACE

  • Bradley Crawford
    • Anthony Duggan, 121-

ARTICLES

  • Engaging Canadians in Commercial Law Reform : Insights and Lessons from the 2014 Industry Canada Consultation on Insolvency Legislation
    • Anna Lund, 123-
  • Visible Minorities in Directors’ Programs and on Corporate Boards : Evidence from Canada
    • Anita Anand and Vijay Jog, 165-

COMMENTARY

  • The Trouble with REIT Governance
    • Paul A.D. Mingay, 197-

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS

  • A Restatement of the English Law of Unjust Enrichment (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012) Andrew Burrows
    • John D. McCamus, 208-

Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique
Volume 29 no. 3 (September 2016)

ARTICLES

  • The Pursuit of Excellence in Tribunal Decision-Making in Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada
    • Anthony Mason, 235-
  • What is the Standard of Review to Be Applied to Issues of Procedural Fairness?
    • Simon Ruel, 259-
  • Fusions et Modifications : Un Nouveau Régime Des Relations Du Travail Au Québec en 2016
    • Rady Khuong and Catherine Cloutier, 283-
    • Withdrawing as Counsel of Record – Not as Simple as it Sounds : Use of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in R. v. Cunningham by Administrative Tribunals in Requests to Withdraw as Counsel of Record
  • Brian Gover and Tiffany O’Hearn Davies, 307-
    • The Standing of Administrative Tribunals on Judicial Review
  • Christopher D. Bredt and Graham Splawski, 319-
    • Dealing with a Deadlocked Tribunal
  • Brian Gover and Benjamin Kates, 333-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Administrative Law and Judicial Deference (Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2016) Matthew Lewans
    • Morgan Teeple Hopkins, 345-

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale
Volume 58 no. 4 (October 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Explaining the Frequency and Variety of Crimes through the Interaction of Individual and Contextual Risk Factors
    • Geneviève Parent, Catherine Laurier, Jean-Pierre Guay, and Chantal Fredette, 465-
  • Self-Control, Social Consequences, and Street Youths’ Attitudes towards Police
    • Stephen W. Baron, 502-
  • Public Support for Conducted Energy Weapons : Evidence from the 2014 Alberta Survey
    • Temitope B. Oriola, Heather Rollwagen, Nicole Neverson, and Charles T. Adeyanju, 530-
  • L’impact des expériences d’impunité sur les risques de récidive pénale
    • Yanick Charette, 565-

COMMENTARIES

  • Comment on Estimating the True Rate of Repeat Victimization from Police-Recorded Crime Data
    • Simon Demers, 598-
  • Human Rights and Federal Corrections : A Commentary on a Decade of Tough on Crime Policies in Canada
    • Ivan Zinger, 609-

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 49 no. 1 (February 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Immigrant job search assimilation in Canada
    • Audra J. Bowlus, Masashi Miyairi and Chris Robinson, 5-
  • Disclosure policy in Tullok contests with asymmetric stochastic entry
    • Qiang Fu, Jingfeng Lu and Jun Zhang, 52-
  • Who gains from capital market integration? Tax competition between unionized and non-unionized countries
    • Hikaru Ogawa, Yasuhiro Sato and Toshiki Tamai, 76-
  • The effects of wrongful discharge protection on foreign multinationals : Evidence from transaction-level data
    • Ivan T. Kandilov and Mine Z. Senses, 111-
  • Exporters and the environment
    • J. Scott Holladay, 147-
  • Network effects, homogeneous goods and international currency choice : New evidence on oil markets from an older era
    • Barry Eichengreen, Livia Chiţu and Arnaud Mehl, 173-
  • Consumption, housing collateral and the Canadian business cycle
    • Ian Christensen, Paul Corrigan, Caterina Mendicino and Shin-Ichi Nishiyama, 207-
  • International trade, productivity and interconnected industries : A quantitative analysis
    • Lukas Albrecht and Trevor Tombe, 237-
  • The elusive effects of trade on growth : Export diversity and economic take-off
    • Theo S. Eicher and David J. Kuenzel, 264-
  • Payment choice in international trade : Theory and evidence from cross-country firm-level data
    • Andreas Hoefele, Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr and Zhihong Yu, 296-
  • The central bank as shaper and observer of events : The case of the yield spread
    • Anna Florio, 320-
  • Canadian monetary policy analysis using a structural VARMA model
    • Mala Raghavan, George Athanasopoulos and Param Silvapulle, 347-
  • Reciprocal relationships and mechanism design
    • Gorkem Celik and Michael Peters, 374-
  • The effect of temporary help jobs on employment volatility
    • Elke Jahn and Enzo Weber, 412-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 59 no. 3 (September 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Trust but verify : Ministerial policy advisors and public servants in the Government of Canada
    • R. Paul Wilson, 337-
  • Border-crossing : The PBO, PCO and the boundary of the public service
    • Ralph Heintzman, 357-
  • Commissions of Inquiry and policy change : Comparative analysis and future research frontiers
    • Gregory J. Inwood, Carolyn M. Johns, 382-
  • Technocracy or transformation? Mapping women’s policy agencies and orienting gender (in)equality in the Canadian provinces
    • Stephanie Paterson, Patrik Marier, Felix Chu, 405-
  • Decentralized decision-making and urban planning : A case study of density for benefit agreements in Toronto and Vancouver
    • Aaron A. Moore, 425-
  • The loss of that which never was : Evaluating changes to the senior management of the Public Health Agency of Canada
    • Patrick Fafard, Pierre-Gerlier Forest, 448-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • From change to stability : Investigating Canada’s Office of the Auditor General
    • Jordan Taft, 467-

BOOK REVIEW

  • L’inscription des sociétés non occidentales dans la modernité (Québec : Les Presses de l’Université du Québec, 2015) Louis Côté
    • James Iain Gow, 486-

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 63 no. 4 (October 2016)

EDITORIAL

  • Introduction to Special Issue on Wrongful Convictions, 411-

ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES

  • Crown Culture and Wrongful Convictions
    • Jerome Kennedy, 414-
  • Wrongful Convictions : Drilling Down to Understand Distorted Decision-Making by Prosecutors
    • Bruce A. MacFarlane, 439-
  • The Vulnerability of Aboriginal Suspects when Questioned by Police : Mitigating Risk and Maximizing the Reliability of Statement Evidence
    • Kerry G. Watkins, 474-
  • Forensic Psychology and the Reid Technique of Interrogation : How an Innocent can be Psychologically Coerced into Confession
    • Nadia Klein, 504-
  • R v. Awer and the Dangers of Science in Sheep’s Clothing
    • Jason M. Chin and Scott Dallen, 527-
  • Plea Bargains and Wrongful Convictions
    • Jerome Kennedy, 556-
  • Unlikable and Before the Jury : Does Non-Probative Character Evidence Increase the Risk of Wrongful Conviction?
    • Ryan Elias, 567-

Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa
Volume 47 no. 2 (2015-16)

ARTICLES

  • L’avenir du droit de la santé : prévisions fondées sur l’année 2016
    • Lorian Hardcastle et Colleen M. Flood, 295-
  • The Future of Health Law : A View Forward From 2016
    • Lorian Hardcastle and Colleen M. Flood, 299-
  • Is It Time to Adopt a No-Fault Scheme to Compensate Injured Patients?
    • Elaine Gibson, 307-
  • La surveillance des personnes atteintes de démence par les appareils équipés de la technologie GPS et l’utilisation des «mesures les moins contraignantes» : une interrogation sur le plan juridique et éthique
    • Karen Eltis, 343-
  • From Kim Kardashian to Dr. Oz : The Future Relevance of Popular Culture to Our Health and Health Policy
    • Timothy Caulfield, 371-
  • Le futur des actions collectives comme outils de réduction des risques posés à la santé publique : leçons québécoises en matière de tabagisme
    • Lara Khoury, 393-
  • Rethinking Nicotine : The Role of Public Health Law in Ending an Epidemic
    • David Sweanor and Adam R. Houston, 419-
  • The Future of Health Care Accountability : A Human Rights Approach
    • Martha Jackman, 441-
  • L’avenir de la résolution des conflits dans le contexte de l’adoption de nouvelles technologies dans le domaine de la santé
    • Catherine Régis, 477-
  • Towards an International Treaty on Antimicrobial Resistance
    • Steven J. Hoffman and Asha Behdinan, 507-
  • L’avenir du droit de la santé et de la sécurité du travail dans le contexte de la mondialisation
    • Katherine Lippel, 539-
  • Can Minimum Core Obligations Survive a Reasonableness Standard of Review Under the Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights?
    • Lisa Forman, 561-

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations
Volume 71 no. 3 (Summer 2016)

SOMMAIRE/CONTENTS

  • Tribute to Richard J. Long / Hommage à Richard J. Long
    • Marc Mentzer and Allen Ponak, 391-

ARTICLES

  • Quand le syndicat devient vecteur d’inégalités : les effets des clauses «orphelins» sur l’association syndicale
    • Diane Gagné et Marie-Josée Dupuis, 393-
  • Safeguarding Workers : A Study of Health and Safety Representatives in the Queensland Coalmining Industry, 1990-2013
    • David Walters, Richard Johnstone, Michael Quinlan and Emma Wadsworth, 418-
  • Pratiques de conciliation travail-famille et détresse psychologique des salariés québécois : une comparaison selon le genre
    • Maude Boulet et Céline Le Bourdais, 442-
  • The Invisibilization and Denial of Work in Argentinian Garment Homework
    • Rosaria Burchielli and Annie Delaney, 468-
  • Analyse des composantes de la charge de travail perçue par les cadres dans un contexte de gestion des compétences
    • Narges Sassi et Hazem Ben Aissa, 494-
  • The Effects of the Psychological Contract among Professional Employees Working in Non-Professional Organizations
    • Pascal Paillé, Nicolas Raineri et Patrick Valeau, 521-
  • L’identification au contenu du travail comme déterminant du souhait de rester dans un emploi
    • Sebastien Mainhagu et Herbert Castéran, 544-

RECENSIONS/BOOK REVIEWS

  • Ten Pathways to Death and Disaster (Leichhardt : The Federation Press, 2014) Michael Quinlan
    • Michel Pérusse, 568-
  • Las critiques de la gestion (Paris : La Découverte, Collection Repères, 2015) Jean Nizet et François Pichault
    • François Bernard Malo, 569-
  • The Philosophical Foundations of Management Thought (New York : Lexington Books, 2015) Jean-Etienne Joullié and Robert Spillane
    • Anthony M. Gould, 571-
  • (R)évolution du management des ressources humaines. Des compétences aux capabilités (Villeneuve d’Ascq : Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2016) Coordonné par Solveig Fernagu Oudet et Christian Batal
    • Justine Arnoud et Cathy Krohmer, 573-
  • Working through the Past : Labour and Authoritarian Legacies in Comparative Perspective (Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2015) Edited by Teri L. Caraway, Maria Lorena Cook and Stephen Crowley
    • Travis William Fast, 575-
  • Empty Labor : Idleness and Workplace Resistance (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015) Roland Paulsen
    • Mircea Vultur, 578-
  • Responsabilité sociale des entreprises : mirage ou réalité? (Québec : Presses de l’Université de Laval, 2015) Mustapha Bettache
    • Claire Dupont, 580-
  • Refonder de système de protection sociale. Pour une nouvelle génération de droits sociaux (Paris : Presses de Sciences Po, Coll. Nouveaux Débats, 2014) Bernard Gazier, Bruno Palier et Hélène Périvier
    • Yasmin Mohamed, 582-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 75 (2016)

PART I BACKGROUND FRAMEWORKS

  • Ties That Bind : Religious Freedom and Communities
    • Dwight Newman, 3-
  • La garantie constitutionnelle de la liberté de religion : mais, qu’est-ce que la religion? Qu’est-ce que Dieu?
    • Louis LeBel, 21-
  • On Collective Constitutional Rights : Lessons for Religious Rights from Language Rights
    • Howard Kislowicz, 31-

PART II HISTORY, SOCIETY AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

  • Traditions of Religious Liberty in Early Canadian History
    • Moin A. Yahya, 49-
  • Welcome to the Neighbourhood : Religion, Law and Living Together
    • Shauna Van Praagh, 63-
  • Collective Freedom of Religion
    • Alvin A.J. Esau, 77-

PART III COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNITIES AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

  • Freedom of Religion as a Group Right
    • Daniel Mark, 115-
  • International and Comparative Law Protections of Collective Aspects of Religious Freedom
    • Elizabeth A. Clark, 131-
  • Governmental Concern for International Religious Freedom : A Comparative Perspective
    • Maria Maddalena Giungi, 151-

PART IV THE LOYOLA CASE AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM LITIGATION

  • A Community’s Right to Freedom of Religion : Loyola High School v. Quebec
    • J. Kent Donlevy, Kevin P. Feehan and Peter Bowal, 163-
  • From Dunsmuir to Doré and Beyond : Why Administrative Law Matters in the Protection of Religious Freedom in Canada
    • Donald Buckingham, 179-

PART V RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND CHRISTIAN LEGAL EDUCATION

  • Religious Education and Identity
    • Janet Epp Buckingham, 197-
  • The (Im)possibility of Christian Education
    • Victor M. Muñiz-Fraticelli, 209-
  • Legal Education, TWU and the Looking Glass
    • Carissima Mathen and Michael Plaxton, 223-

PART VI COMPLEX ASPECTS OF THE TRINITY WESTERN UNIVERSITY CONTROVERSY

  • Analogy and Neutrality : Thinking about Freedom of Religion
    • Mary Anne Waldron, 249-
  • Hanging in the Balance : The Rights of Religious Minorities
    • Faisal Bhabha, 265-

PART VII INDIGENOUS RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

  • Qat’muk : Ktunaxa and the Religious Freedom of Indigenous Canadians
    • Sarah Morales, 287-
  • Implications of the Ktunaxa Nation / Jumbo Valley Case for Religious Freedom Jurisprudence
    • Dwight Newman, 309-
  • The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Sacred Sites and Religious Freedom
    • Dwight Newman, Elisa Ruozzi and Stefan Kirchner, 321-

University of British Columbia Law Review
Volume 49 no. 2 (August 2016)

ARTICLES

  • The Professionalization of BC Notaries 1981-2010 : From the Brink of Elimination to the Brink of Expansion
    • Ann Gourley, 339-
  • The Regulation of Synthetic Nucleic Acids Under the Human Pathogens and Toxins Act
    • Gregory Hagen, 377-
  • The Challenge to Multiculturalism : Hate Speech Ban in Japan
    • Shigenori Matsui, 427-
  • “Mere Evidence”? Why Customs Searches of Digital Devices Violate Section 8 of the Charter
    • Steven Penney, 485-
  • Reconsidering a Lawyer’s Obligation to Raise Adverse Authority
    • Stephen G.A. Pitel & Yu Seon Gadsden-Chung, 521-
  • Common Property Redux
    • Michael Robertson, 563-
  • Unjust Factors, Absence of Juristic Reason and the Development of Canadian Unjust(ified?) Enrichment Law
    • Duncan Sheehan, 619-
  • Collaborative Law at 25 : A Canadian Study of a Global Phenomenon
    • Martha E. Simmons, 669-
  • The Agency Cost Case for Regulating Proxy Advisory Firms
    • Bryce C. Tingle, 725-
  • Rare Diseases and Resource Allocation Policy : The Role of Canadian Legal and Ethical Norms
    • Timothy Caulfield & Maeghan Toews, 789-
  • Van der Peet Turns 20 : Revisiting the Rights Equation and Building a New Test for Aboriginal Rights
    • Kenji Tokawa, 817-
  • On Pardons and Miscarriages of Justice : Extracting and Dissecting Institutional Bias From the Conviction Review Framework in Canada
    • Reem Zaia, 835-