Recent Table of Contents – October 2017

Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law – Volume 17 (2017)
Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 59 no. 3 (September 2017)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada – Volume 60 no. 3 (September 2017)
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 43 no. 3 (September 2017)
Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 29 no. 3 (August 2017)

Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law
Volume 17 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • Frivolous Claims in the International Investment Regime : How CETA Expands the Range of Frivolous Claims that May Be Curtailed in an Expedient Fashion
    • Ksenia Polonskaya, 1-
  • Citizen Enforcement of Environmental Regulation in Africa’s Extractive Industries
    • Evaristus Oshionebo, 35-
  • Buying Votes in the 21st Century : The Potential Use of Bitcoins and Blockchain Technology in Electronic Voting Reform
    • Brianna Bougucki, 59-
  • New Rules for a New World : How Technology and Globalization Shape Bankruptcy Venue Decisions
    • Laura N. Coordes, 85-
  • Rationalizing Defences to Enforcement under the New York Convention 1958
    • Chrispas Nyombi & Konstantinos Siliafis, 111-
  • Faltering Blocks in the Arguments Against Unitary Taxation and the Formulary Apportionment Approach to Income Allocation
    • Alexander Ezenagu, 131-
  • The Standard of Corporate Liability for Crime : What can Other Jurisdictions Learn from Canada?
    • Reem Radhi, 163-
  • Friends with Net Benefits : The Investment Canada Act and Stated Owned Enterprises
    • Robert Sroka, 181-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 59 no. 3 (September 2017)

ARTICLES

  • The Phenomenon of Crowd Equity Funding : An Opportunity to Promote Financial Literacy
    • Marina Nehme, 269-
  • What do we Really Know About Corporate Governance? A Review of the Empirical Research Since 2000
    • Bryce C. Tingle, 292-
  • PrePlan Sales Under Section 65.13 BIA and Section 36 CCAA
    • Jason Dolman and Gabriel Faure, 332-

COMMENTARIES

  • No Representation without Valuation : Bidder and Target Directors’ Duties under Canada’s New Take-over Bid Regime : Re Hecla Mining Company
    • Diana Nicholls, 358-
  • Substantive Consolidation after Nortel : The Treatment of Corporate Groups in Canadian Insolvency Law
    • Michael A. Barrett, 376-

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Review Essay: Contract Law, Codes and Restatements
    • Stephen Waddams, 391-
  • The Law of Bitcoin (Bloomington, Indiana : iUniverse, 2015) Edited by Stuart Hoegner
    • Bradley Crawford, 401-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 60 no. 3 (September 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Implementing comprehensive land claims agreements in Canada : Towards an analytical framework
    • Christopher Alcantara, 327-
  • The governance of post-secondary education systems in British Columbia and Ontario : Path dependence and provincial policy
    • Robert Harmsen, Allan Tupper, 349-
  • Academic research and engagement with the Canadian public service : Insights from three surveys
    • Andrea R. Migone, Kathy L. Brock, 369-
  • Use of systematic literature reviews in Canadian government departments : Where do we need to go?
    • Mathieu Ouimet, Danny Jetty, Marc Fonda, Steve Jacob, Pierre-Olivier Bédard, 397-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • Above and below the line : Strategic communications and media management in Canadian governments
    • Alex Marland, 417-

NEW FRONTIERS

  • Open government : progress and impediments in the digital era
    • Jeffrey Roy, 438-
  • Understanding evidence and behavioral responses : Future directions in evidence-based policy-making
    • Pierre-Olivier Bédard, 443-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume 43 no. 3 (September 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Are Quebecers More Stressed Out at Work than Others? An Investigation into the Differences between Quebec and the Rest of Canada in Level of Work Stress
    • Golnaz Sedigh, Rose Anne Devlin, and Gilles Grenier, 177-
  • Enforcement of Ontario’s Employment Standards Act : The Impact of Reforms
    • John Grundy, Andrea M. Noack, Leah F. Vosko, Rebecca Casey, and Rebecca Hill, 190-
  • Trends in Firm Entry and New Entrepreneurship in Canada
    • Shutao Cao, Mohanad Salameh, Mai Seki, and Pierre St-Amant, 202-
  • Cohort Effects and the Returns to Canadian Undergraduate Education
    • Feixue Ren and Mike Shannon, 221-
  • Sex and Salaries at a Canadian University : The Song Remains the Same or the Times They Are a Changin’
    • Laura K. Brown and Elizabeth Troutt, 246-
  • Big Tax Data and Economic Analysis : Effects of Personal Income Tax Reassessments and Delayed Tax Filing
    • Derek Messacar, 261-
  • Understanding Canada’s International Trade under the Trans-Pacific Partnership : Lessons from Gravity Redux
    • Zara Liaqat, 284-

Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle
Volume 29 no. 3 (August 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Masterpiece Revisited
    • Daniel R. Bereskin, 369-
  • The True Story of Fake News
    • Sheldon Burshtein, 397-
  • The Meaning of Publication in Canadian Copyright Law
    • Jean Dryden, 447-
  • Browsewraps, Fair Dealing and Blacklock’s Reporter v. Canada : A Critical Commentary
    • Barry Sookman, 477-

BOOK REVIEW

    • Digital Copyright Law (Toronto : Irwin Law Inc., 2016) Cameron Hutchison
      • Mark Swartz, 509-